It has been my dream to publish a set of niche hubs on solar power, a subject that I'm enthusiastic about. I wanted to publish them using a separate account so here's my query. Is that allowed as per TOS? Thanks!
Of course. Those people whose work was transferred from Squidoo were required to set up secondary accounts. It's also a good idea for niche topics that you'd like to keep separate from a main profile.
So there's no need for you to have a go at people for having more than one HP ID
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