I've read a few times that if you have multiple HP accounts it is best to only use one of them for your forum posts.
For anyone with more than one account - does your Hubber score suffer on an account that doesn't participate in the forums, and does it matter?
Can you use your husbands name for new account and share the same adsense account
What I am actually thinking about is:
If I kick the bucket, when I am dead then my earnings are gone if I can change it somehow to have a joint account sharing adsense like my husband writes some articles of his own and we share the adsense.
Then is i die first he still can claim the earnings
If he dies first i can continue to claim my earnings does this make sense.
Just make sure you each have access to the others' accounts - then you can change it.
Enough of the death talk! No, seriously, thanks for raising it - made me realise I'd better give my bloke access details to the account.
I don't think not posting in the forums hurts your hub score.
My hub score was just fine before I ever even looked at the forums. Everytime I went into them, it seemed to me that the threads were so busy and convoluted, I couldn't even follow them so I didn't bother. I was busy making hubs.
If anything, I think forum posts are a distraction to writing hubs and spending too much time in the forums might actually hurt your hub score. I have several unfinished, unpublished hubs sitting out there because I'm spending my time in the forums and not working on my hubs. So, my hub score has actually dropped because I'm not really being productive.
It's the same people who post in the forums all the time anyway. I know lots of other hubbers who have amazingly good hub scores and never even look at the forums.
I don't have multiple account on HubPages. Only this one. I'm too young to manage it.
I don't see reason why you would need to have or want to have multiple accounts anywhere. It's just spam for the sites and it's to crowded anyways. I have 1 account everywhere, and this is the best way to handle what ever you are involved with. Multiple accounts does not bring you any good
I don't see any reason to declare your personal likes as universal truth. Multiple accounts are allowed here, and have their uses.
Agree with Misha. I regularly talk on the forums on this account and it is reasonably well known.
For that reason I'd rather not post hubs with particular topics on this account.
Also - some of the top hubbers who everyone knows make quite reasonable money on their accounts have found that some not so honest newbies have tried to copy a lot of their work. Anonymity is good in some cases!
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