Is it okay to have multiple accounts in hubpages, about three mine, that of my special someone and A ghost account (will do the hatchet job for me hehehhe)and integrate all of them in just one google adsense account please help me if this is okay
It's okay. Though it's best just to use your primary account to post in the forum.
Is it just me or has this become a multiple topic posted these days ?
It's perfectly acceptable but (speaking from experience here) having more than one account multiplies your work load. Once your "feet are planted" and you've established yourself with one account, things such as traffic, comments and respect come easier (if you've done things right!).
However, if you have multiple accounts, it's much harder work to establish each of them as authorities on a particular subject.
For me, I recently chose to stop writing about topics other than weddings/engagement. Why? Because my readers, subscribers, fans, etc. don't want to read a personal hub from me about toe fungus. That's why I created a different account...so that I could write about non-wedding topics but again, it's been much harder work because I've had to start everything over again with the new account.
My advice? It's better to stick with one account for ease of use, higher authority and to not frustrate yourself and your followers.
Yeah but we know all this, as I said above this topic gets repeated nearly on a daily basis. Its like a multiple topic itself, surely to God you must have another record to play, yeah ?
multiply accounts means multiple trouble/problems, i guess!!!
Stop tormenting or I'm telling ye mammie.
I will you know ...
Lol I really wish you wud change that Avatar, at least to a less bright and smaller frog before I pull it's legs off
Pull them off. I'm not changing clothes
Talking about pulling off a frog's leg, I eat frogs, no kidding!
Tastes like chicken.
No... But if you don't want to get caught you can use different ones. You chose
You can have different web sites, spaces and places all linked into one adsense account. What you can't do is create a second adsense account. That's naughty.
What you'll find with HubPages is that a second (or 3rd, 4th or 50th account) requires seperate email addresses when you sign up.
by Gable Rhoads 7 years ago
I've noticed a few hubbers mention they have multiple HubPages accounts. Why? Is it helpful to have more than one account? Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
by Anuj Agarwal 11 years ago
It seems some of the persons here have multiple accounts with different names. What is the motto behind this?
by Brie Hoffman 9 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 Pandu B 6 years ago
It's not against the TOS right? This is gonna be interesting..... Let's see the statistics....
by Hub Gandhy 3 months ago
Sorry for the inconvenience- but that's what I just saw. HubPages staff, Jason Menayan, who runs another account called 'livelonger', just posted here in the link below, to save the Hubs from sinking??? Hah!I quote forum rules- "Multiple Accounts: While we don't prohibit having more than one...
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
I've always wondered why some Hubbers have more than one account. Is this a good thing or not? The only thing I can think of is that after a person writes many Hubs, it becomes a chore to take care of that one account.
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