Hi there. I'm just wondering if it's ok to have more than one account. Since I write on a number of topics, I was thinking it might be best to have a few on the go and "specialize" in certain topics for each one.
That's great, thanks. I was wondering because I signed up for a second one and notice that my hubscore went down by 5 points overnight in this account, and the new account went down to 26 (opened at 30) so I though perhaps I had done something "wrong"
I just want to point out one thing though. You can have more than one account, but you can only use one for posting to the forums.
I have two (2)accounts. I have 117 articles in my main account and only 6 articles in my second account. The profile score on the second account has slowly caught up with the first profile score even though it has only 6 articles in it. The Hubkarma in the second account is much higher now than in the first account.
The only drawback I have is that I have to be careful because I have two different sets of followers and while I am in one account, I might comment on somebody's hub when I haven't switched over to the main account. So I have to keep signing in with the different username.
Both accounts are conveniently attached to Google AdSense, but I can use the analytics to see which account is earning.
I didn't know I could only use one for posting on the Forum.
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