What would be the reason to have more than one HP account?

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  1. mary615 profile image83
    mary615posted 11 years ago

    What would be the reason to have more than one HP account?

    I know there are some Hubbers who have more than one account.  Is that because it gets too hard to manage many Hubs on just one account?????  What do you think is the reason?

  2. Nesbyte profile image77
    Nesbyteposted 11 years ago

    There are a few reasons. Chief among them is putting different categories of hubs on different accounts.

  3. Page1 SEO tactics profile image55
    Page1 SEO tacticsposted 11 years ago

    The main reason why people would have multiple accounts would be a purely white hat SEO tactic where you match your subdomain that hubpages gives each account to the topic you plan on writing about.  You may have guessed that I am one who has multiple accounts by my username, as the username you choose on hubpages is the name of the sub domain given to you.  If you'd like to learn more about sub domains check out my article on Domains and Uniform Resource Locators on my profile.  Of course there could be more personal reasons as to why someone would have multiple accounts as well

  4. Rosemay50 profile image59
    Rosemay50posted 11 years ago

    I don't have multiple accounts but I have thought about it. Writing as a poet I think that is what readers expect when they visit, but are often hit with a practical informational artical or a recipe or a short fiction. This is the reason I would have separate accounts and still contemplating it.

    1. Rosemay50 profile image59
      Rosemay50posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you Mary for choosing my answer, still contemplating smile)

  5. peachpurple profile image81
    peachpurpleposted 11 years ago

    i don't have multiple accounts either. I think people have different hubs to see which topics or categories that write could attract more visitors and earnings.

  6. Psychodelicious profile image58
    Psychodeliciousposted 11 years ago

    I have my main one that I am more serious on.  This one is mostly for entertainment purposes and posting my fictional writings.

  7. rfmoran profile image71
    rfmoranposted 11 years ago

    I think if you have a strong niche, you may want have an account for your hubs that fit that fit into it, and a separate account for those hubs (if any) don't fit the niche. For example, if you have a strong niche in technology, a brownie recipe hub may confuse your followers.

    1. BlossomSB profile image79
      BlossomSBposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Oh, that makes sense. I had wondered if I should, but then I thought that it may be more difficult to manage more than one account. Now I see there really is a reason for it.

  8. ExpectGreatThings profile image74
    ExpectGreatThingsposted 11 years ago

    I can barely even keep up with one account, so I doubt if I'll ever have more. However, I did run across a Hubber with a unique reason for having two. Have you seen Gr82bme or Granny's house? It's the same person, and she puts all her nice hubs on one and her ranting/alter ego on the other. Clever. Her followers can choose if they want to see cynical hubs or nice ones or both smile

  9. LoisRyan13903 profile image61
    LoisRyan13903posted 11 years ago

    It this even allowed?  I guess the main reason would be if you want one hub relate to one to relate to one topic and another hub to relate to another one.  For example, I started doing book reviews and discussions.  Maybe in the future, I might want to have hubs relating to home remedies.  It may allow people to easier to find hubs relating to a specific topic.


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