What is the benefit in having more than one hub identity?
What is the advantage of having two hub identities? If the two hubs earn $25 each, will the hubber get paid? Or does the hubber only get paid if one hub identity reaches $50?
If by hub identity you mean more than one hub, you will get paid when your total payment reaches $50. That can be with 1 hub or 1,000. It doesn't matter how many hubs to reach $50.
If you mean hub identity as in two different hub user ID's. I'm not sure that's allowed. I would check the learning center for that. But if for some reason, you do have two separate hub identities I would think than each identity would have to reach the $50 threshold.
Oh, I know of some who have more than one hubber identity or account, and I would think that you could only get paid when that particular identity hits the $50.00 mark and not the combined amount of both accounts. But that is just my thinking. I hope you find out the answer. Of course, if both accounts hit the $50.00 threshold, then it would make sense you would be paid under both accounts.
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