Yes, you can. Many HPers have several accounts / subdomains and they use each to write on particular niches.
Yep, that's right! It all comes down to one's desired approach. Some prefer to have themes for accounts, others prefer to maintain just one account.
I have an account, and my husband has an account. As far as I understand, as long as you have different email addresses when registering new accounts, you can technically have as many accounts as you like. With the referral bonus, I would make sure that the accounts are created using referral links, so that you can gain revenue share and impressions from the new accounts.
I only have one account. But if I'm remembering correctly someone said in one of the forums that if you have money coming from two different accounts, that each account has to reach its own $50 level before it will be paid. You can't combine them to reach your payout.
Someone please correct me if this isn't right.
by RS Junkie 4 years ago
Well I would like to have two seperate Hubpages Accounts on hubpages. One would be specific to a topic and a second would be about different stuff. I was wondering if this is aloud, and also if you can link both accounts to the same google adsense if you just type that same code into both affiliate...
by David 470 7 years ago
I understand that you can use multiple accounts for google adsense, but when I make a new account, is there a way I can use my same email address? Would I just have to use a separate email for my new hub account, and use the same Google Adsense code?
by topquark 7 years ago
I'm considering setting up a second hubpages account. I want to start writing hubs on various topics and products, but would like keep my current account focussed only on science hubs, as a sort of showcase of my science writing to show to colleagues etc.1) Is it okay to set up a second...
by Kate Swanson 3 years ago
I know you can have more than one account on HubPages. However in talking to someone recently, I realise I'm fuzzy about the rules. Can a staff member comment on the statements below please?I know that when you're posting in a forum thread, you MUST stick to using one...
by CopperButterfly 7 years ago
I have an established hubpages account, and I have just set up this second account as I want to post some hubs about different kinds of topics.Can I use the same google account and amazon affiliate accounts with my second account? Is there anything else I need to know before I start...
by Daniel Mollat 6 weeks ago
I have not learned what referral trackers are for? Can someone please point me to a forum post that talks about this? Or if there is no historical post about this can someone tell me what this is and how does it benefit a hubber? I am asked to create one but I don't know how to do that and what to...
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