What is the benefit of having more than one HubPages account?
I suppose if you wanted to separate more commercial Hubs from more personal ones, you would create separate Hubs, but you would not have to, right?
I would keep one account. This is where you do all of your networking and commenting. If you keep two different accounts, you will have to double your efforts to get more readers. Keep it simple.
Each hub stands alone. Some can be personal, some can be commercial.
Some people like to have more than one account to cover different topics or interests. If you do choose to have more than one account, though, you are only allowed to use one of them in the forums.
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