I'm just curious about setting up my account. I have multiple topics (not related to each other) that I want to ultimately write about.
Should I creat multiple accounts of this? Or, should I have multiple Hubs within the same account?
You can put them all in the one account.
However if you're planning on doing a LOT of writing and have dozens and dozens of hubs on one theme it may be to your advantage to have a separate account.
how so?? I thought you could only have one account or you would be cancelled.
More than one HubPage account is allowed. And you can use the same Adsense Publisher ID for all of them.
I think you confuse with Google Adsense account which should be unique but Hubpages multiple accounts are allowed
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