Is it Okay to Start a Second Hub Account? Use a different hubber name, etc. I can't find a hub answering this question. I don't see anything one way or the other in the TOS.
I want to try a different strategy and would like to separate it from my original account.
I guess the reason doesn't matter. Does it?
You may have multiple accounts - many do.
One thing you may NOT do is argue with yourself on the forums. Most seem to use only one account for forum posts (although it can get comical when someone posts using the wrong account name by accident).
What you are suggesting is exactly what I do - my second account is for a different type of hub.
I argue with myself incessantly but try to keep the conversation private because I get quite personal and nasty with myself at times.
Thanks for the info, wilderness
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