When I set up my account, I wasn't aware that my username would be my byline. I write for another website where my username and byline are different. I saw where I could close my account and start over. I haven't written any hubs yet, just playing around with the functions. My biggest concern is that I have had my Adsense and Amazon account linked to my email address for a year and was able to link it to my Hubpage account today without problems through my email address.
If I close this account, can I reopen one with the same email address that is also linked to my Adsense and Amazon. If not, I'll keep the account I have but I would prefer to use my byline that I use for all online publishing and not my nickname.
What PD said. And don't argue with yourself on the forums. Another no-no.
I just remembered that when I opened a second account at HP, HP insisted on a different email address. Who knows what else I have forgotten, so I deleted my previous post. You and the other pros can take this one.
Edit: And I am done for the day since I am tired and making mistakes.
Your email address on Adsense and on Hubpages can be different. My Adsense account has a completely different email address and I haven't had any problems with it.
by TomChessOpenings 10 years ago
How to change your username?
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