Do most of you who post articles on Ezine or other sites use your Hubpage name, your real name or a made up pen name?
My personal preference is a pen name, but I wondered what you guys choose?
It really depends on the niche Im working on but yes I have about 7 or 8 pen nmaes in Ezine articles
You know,a friend once told me that he uses a pen name always so his work/style does'nt get copied and i said to him, using a pen name is ok but your reason for it is just not acceptable. So i think using a pen name is really ok and as Dale said, it really depends on the niche you choose to take on.
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