Many writers have suggested I change my pen name to open up more opportunity but I can not figure out how to do so. Could you please help me out. Thanks so much!
you can't. But you can start another account and switch over your hubs....esp if your new
You cannot change your user name but you can change your name by editing profile.You can make a new account if you want new user name.
Yes, you can open a new account, but I wouldn't move the hubs that you already have. You could potentially lose backlinks, SERP rankings, etc.
good to know
but will you earn as much money with 2 accounts?
Very important question.
Irohner is absolutely correct - I lost allot of ground when I had to change my profile name (sadly I used my real name).
Start a new account - create your niche - you will be wonderful!
The only other option you have is to open a new account with the new username that you have selected.
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