I am wondering if there are writers here on Hubpages that post under multiple names. I am fairly new to this site, and have much to learn...I read alot of hubs was just curious. Thanks!
yes, some people call them or label them different things, I prefer to refer to other accounts, if need be. It's a means for some to ie; use a persona for poetry etc. I have a few, prey and karma. reside close to me but clearly do not get the attention they scream for, mind you nor do I
I see nothing wrong with 56 accounts even if anonymous, it's that hubbers business.
The only thing I can add to this you may not be aware of is any accounts aside from your primary cannot/not suppose to post in forums, just trust me
Nice to meet you
Yes, I am also White Orchids and use that account to post reviews etc. Many have multiple accounts so you are welcome to have another one too.
I post hubs under two IDs, which is quite legitimate. The reason for that is that my other ID publishes only on a few, related topics, and it's easier to keep the two sets of hubs separate.
I recently opened a second account just to write sales hubs. I don't enjoy writing them but they bring income so I do it anyway.
On the other hand I'm learning what I do enjoy writing, and those hubs go to this account. I also use this account exclusively for the forums, comments, etc.
I wish I had done it earlier; I still use this account for some sales hubs simply because they fit into the other, already existing, hubs that I've written.
I separate my religious views out on another name. It does keep things straightforward and yet it allows me full freedom to voice my beliefs.
Also for branding, it keeps the brand consistent. When people follow they want to know what they are associating themselves with.
Religion, politics - Grandma was right needs to be kept separate. Luckily there is enough room here for everything and every one - one of the many beauties of this site.
Yet while your pen name changes - you can have one adsense account to keep everything simple.
GmaGoldie, I appreciate your response. I get what you are saying. The gal who initially introduced me to Hubpages was writing to earn money. I just thought it was a neat place and started writing about things I had some experience with or knowledge of that were share- worthy. I don't know much about adsense or earning. But it is good to know that one can have several accounts...Thanks!
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