What happens if you have both a squidoo and a Hubpages account?
I actually signup for a Squidoo account before I became a Hubber. Do the two merge as one. One Hubpages, I am Plogan721, but on Squidoo, I am PatriciaLogan. It would be nice if they were one account.
Any content you choose to have migrated over to HubPages must go to a new account. Content cannot be migrated into an existing account.
by Marina 4 years ago
Big news today, Hubbers! Over the next several weeks, HubPages will be acquiring key content from Squidoo. Please be sure to read Paul Edmondson's blog post and our recently published FAQ (or Squidoo's blog post and FAQ) for more details. Feel free to post any questions you have...
by lesliesinclair 3 years ago
I was one of the oldies on Squidoo and the change over to HubPages happened at the same time as a major event in my life that required most of my last year so I've been very sloooow in becoming active here. In fact today is the first time I've spent more than an hour rectifying lacks on a bunch of...
by Cindy Murdoch 4 years ago
Wow! What a horrible question! But as I fight breast cancer, this question keeps haunting me ...Although I have often wondered the answer to this question, it now become more imperative. Altho in the past I have been absent recently, I want to write more on HP. But, as I am fighting for my...
by askformore lm 4 years ago
Is it wise to have more than one HubPages account?The reason I ask is that I already have two. However, I didn't "create" two accounts myself. What happened is the following: Years ago I created an account here on HubPages, but I never wrote a single word or use the account. THEN recently...
by Fehl Dungo 9 years ago
just curious what's gonna happen with your account if you died and your hubs / blogs are still earning in the web...
by John Walter 11 months ago
Hello,I am a small time online content investor from California and I have recently been turned on to the HubPages community by a friend in the same field of business. I am interested in purchasing a HubPages account that has already been established, has featured content on the niche sites, and...
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