Why do so many Hubbers use pseudonyms instead of their real names?
Many people choose these names based on what they want.
If someone is writing about love, they would use names like loveislove to attract readers. Secondly when you see a name like onegoodwoman, liveyourlife, healthguy, asksuzzy, awful poet, uninvited writer, easydoesit, it gives you an idea about what you're likely to find on their page.
Secondly people use simple names that they can remember and names that people can associate with. Names like froggy, hope22, can be remembered.
by pjdscott8 years ago
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by Tricia Mason5 years ago
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by Barry Rutherford7 years ago
I know I there area number of hubbers who use their real names if you are one of them post here !
by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
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by Hub Star2 years ago
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by mathira6 years ago
Why do hubbers have odd names and not their original name.Hubbers have odd names and it is surprising they do not use their original names as it will give them a strong identity in internet.
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