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I understand we are allow to have multiple HP account. However, should I combine multiple topics into one HP account? Or it is better for me to split them? For example, cooking HP, investment HP and photography HP, all in multiple account.
The disadvantage is that if you are enrolled in the HP Ads earnings program, each account must reach the $50 payout threshold on its own. If you write all your hubs under one account, you will probably reach payout faster. Other than that, I don't see any negatives to separating your content into different accounts.
I just have the one account that covers various topics. I have considered creating other sub-domains, but I don't know if I would have adequate time to keep up with them all.
I do agree with the fact that should I take my material and split it up, then the earnings would certainly take longer to payout on each account.
After reading this forum post, I do believe I will give this option some more thought.
I think having all articles of your interests and expertise in such areas is good, in one place. Others will say, keep them separate, since each topic may have over all different levels of earnings you will see the important information on your analytics and easily be able to identify and build up the strong earners jmo
One very good reason for splitting up your topics into separate subdomains, is that if one account gets Google slapped, you don't lose all your earnings at once.
Is that true? I have one Google Adsense account, regardless of how many blogs and/or hubpages account names I have. I haven't seen any reason not to do it that way, but are we able to have more than one Google account?
I just check, each HP account needs to attach with different email account. Which means I need multiple of email accounts as well.
No no I am not talking about Google Adsense accounts, but about subdomains here on HP.
by Mary Hyatt6 years ago
Please explain to me why some Hubbers have more than one account?
by Army Infantry Mom8 years ago
I was wondering if someone is allowed to register with hubpages more than once with seperate hub name ? Thanks
by Michael Willis6 years ago
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by meloncauli3 years ago
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by Spacey Gracey8 years ago
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by Cardia10 days ago
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