I keep hearing about having multiple Hubpages accounts and writing hubs under each one. Is this standard practice? What are the benefits of doing this? (Also, I only have a few hubs under my actual name, so I'm not thinking of doing this anytime soon. )
The only sensible reason to do it, is if you're planning to write a lot of Hubs on dramatically different topics, and want to keep them separate. For instance, you might have one account for silly humorous Hubs and one for serious business Hubs.
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