Not sure if this has been asked before... I would like to open up another Hubpages account to blog about food. Is this allowed? If it is allowed, can I earn Hubpages earnings and Adsense on my current account and the separate account?
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Multiple Accounts: While we don't prohibit having more than one HubPages account, we ask that you stick to a single persona in the forums. The deceptive use of multiple accounts, especially in a single thread is prohibited. The use of secondary accounts to circumvent a forum ban is also prohibited.
The other caveat for multiple account is that if one profile has violations then is could impact your other accounts as well.
An extreme example would be having several niche accounts and one gets banned, the others could be banned as well.
Yes, it is allowed. You can have as many accounts as you like, but each one must be signed up under a different email address.
For earnings, you can use your existing HubAds and Google AdSense accounts, and earnings can be deposited into the same PayPal account. However, each account must reach payout independently before that account's earnings are paid to you.
Interesting question... I knew one hubber who had multiple accounts, but I am not sure if he did it for the purposes of isolating his various niches... This would be interesting to find the answer to....
Yes but you must link each account individually to Google, ebay, amazon and etc. so you can get paid properly.
by Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago
If I remove an article do I still receive its earnings so long as I do not close my account? Just wondering as I am still in the process of reshuffling articles throughout my accounts. In moving over to Hubpages from Squidoo there are a few of us who wound up with multiple accounts. I am still...
by Marcy Goodfleisch 7 years ago
Do any of you have multiple accounts on HubPages? If so, are you willing to share tips on how that best works, and whether it's been beneficial? Or the reasons you created more than one account? Thanks!
by Howard S. 7 years ago
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by Jack Lee 24 months ago
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by Brie Hoffman 8 years ago
I was just wondering because I'm beginning to have trouble keeping track of all of my hubs and it will just get worse.
by David 470 7 years ago
Is it allowed to have more than one hub account using Google adsense? I have seen others do this, but am not sure if google would allow it. Please enlighten me on this subject.Thanks...
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