Initially it was discouraged to have more than one account, as I recall. Then that became accepted due to inevitable events. So, at this point, is there any reason why we couldn't have an option of making a second name without having to log out and in and setting up stuff (a bunch of things I have no recollection of how to do given my propensity for beer, etc.)?
You know, just tab that flip flops hub info/hubtivity of that name, but all the rest of the account stuff is not different. They could limit how many you have, even just one alter-ego. Be simpler. I might even write filthy, capitalist hubs!!!
Hmmmm. I might be interested in that--- But does your second account need a different email address to sign up?
THAT is precisely what I'm trying to avoid. I just want another tab that points at my same adsense and all that other stuff, but that I can use a name like "Rosey Bosoms" and have a hot chick avatar and write blender reviews for fast, easy cash without destroying the facade of my credibility.
by Kate Swanson 3 years ago
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by RS Junkie 5 years ago
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