I see some users like to change their username. But they cannot do because of rules of the hubpages. Sometimes some users feel to change their user names for certain unavoidable reason. Most of the social sites like facebook, twitter etc allow users to change their usernames for a several times. Thus why does hubpages not bring such provision for change of username for a certain number of time. They must do this.
Since your user name is part of each of your hubpages, each of your pages would have to change in order for your user name to be changed. You can create a new name, unpublish all your hubs, and republish under your new name, but then you will lose all the activity, comments and history that your pages have. This will also be difficult to prove the age of your hub if anyone has stolen any of your content.
Some hubbers have multiple accounts with a different user name for each account.
MsLizzy and Millionaire Tips know what they are talking about and have given you good advice.
Because Hub Pages is a serious article-writing site for serious writers.
It is not a social-media sharing site like Face Book or Twitter. Hub Pages has nothing in common with those sites.
If you want to develop a following, not only must you write good, informative articles, using excellent English spelling and grammar, on 'evergreen' topics for which readers will search, but you must maintain consistency in your online identity.
That is one very good reason for not having name changes on a whim. If you develop a following, then change your name, no one will be able to find you, and you will lose all you have gained.
Hub Pages knows what it is doing, and that is helping the writers to gain traffic.
Why do you want to change your username, are you no longer supremely upbeat? I hope you can get your groove back.
by TomChessOpenings 11 years ago
How to change your username?
by Jackie Grant 5 months ago
Is there any way I can change my old username (Butterfly67) to the actual name that I have on my hubs now (Jackie Grant)? I'm assuming not but thought I might as well ask.
by marriedwithdebt 7 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 better when I created my account, I would have done Married With Debt or...
by Zach 6 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 my real one. My problem now, is that I was contacted by another hubber and asked...
by Rhett 10 years ago
I'm not very confident in the security of the username and password that I chose. How can I change those?Thanks.
by yaswanthk 3 years ago
How can I change my hubpages username
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