Would having more than one account mean that you can make more money?
I just read a question asking about the purpose of having more than one HubPages account and it made me wonder about the purpose, apart from having one as a niche account and the other as more general.
Very good question.. want to know the answer too! (thanks blossom!)
I think no, having more accounts won't bring more money just because the content has to be original. Instead - concentrating on only one account makes the writer look more professional as he becomes more and more involved in community. Working more on the second account - people would work less on their first one. There fore - instead of having a great account and building good relations in community - they will have two average accounts, not much notable. That is why, I guess there is no sense to have 2 accounts for HP.
With blogging - the story can be different - if you write on different topics, you might want to have a separate blog for each particular niche you're writing for. This way - if you're writing about the history of ancient languages (one of my favorite topics ) and butterflies - people who subscribed to your blog because of beautiful little flying creatures won't be bored with descriptions of ancient Chinese characters of Han dynasty (again - my favorite dynasty ). Thus you will have more targeted readers who will stay with your blogs longer as they would know what to expect.
Thanks for the answer on this question, Andriy. Good information to know.
i suppose not since you might as well consolidate all your articles into one account unless you want to get writers to contribute on their own using separate accounts
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