In effect you can do this by starting another account with the new user name. If you wanted all your hubs under the new name, you would have to unpublish them from your current name and set them up again under the new name. Presumably you would need to wait a few days or so for Google to de-index the first set, so that you would not get penalised for duplicate content.
by marriedwithdebt5 years ago
I understand that we can't change our usernames, but we should be allowed to make tweaks that don't change our domain structure.For example, my name is marriedwithdebt - this is how it shows up on HP.If I had known...
by Zach5 years ago
Hello,I'll give you a little background to the story here. I write on hubpages under the alias of Joe Macho. It was the first thing to pop in my head, and I find it more comfortable to write under this name than...
by drej25227 years ago
This may have been an earlier thread. oh wells...Drej is the character name I use in many of my short stories, comics, and novels. Sometimes he's the main character and sometimes he comes in for a brief appearance, a...
by Rickrideshorses5 years ago
Hi,My username is 'Rickrideshorses' and I've wondered for some time if this has had an adverse effect on my overall traffic. I didn't think too much about the username when I picked it but now I'm concerned that people...
by saleheensblog5 years ago
I was invited to be moved on new subdomain in response to my interest in the blog. I have no clue what will happen. Whatever, how are you people choosing your new name?
by Ahmed Med15 months ago
Ahmed: is an Arabic name which means 'the praised for good character and conduct' also' the thankful to God (Allah)'. Med: i study medicine .what about you?
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