I have come across many hubbers who are using Multiple user ids to create Hubs and Post in forums.
Many people are using Multiple user ids to Argue Against or Support a Thread. I have found out many Profiles in Hub pages, which have the Same Adsense Publisher Id.
If IP address is displayed along with forum posts, we can also avoid those users,who have Multiple User ids and using Different adsense publisher ids in them.
My, we are snippy today. Many more comments like that and I would expect you will not be liking the "prompt action."
so what if people have more than one account, it is not against the hubpages policy, as for the adsense ID you may have clicked when a refferers ad id was being displayed.....jimmy
What, and spoil the game?
How could we play "Spot the Sock" then?
You should have been really really really irritated if you bothered to spend your time on checking their IDs
As for the suggestion - I personally don't see any real benefit in it. And no, I use only one account on Hubpages.
Also, saying "Expecting Prompt action at the earliest." is impolite, at the least. Hubpages staff are NOT on your payroll, if you did not realize this yet, and you have no right to dictate what they should and what they should not do.
>I have come across many hubbers who are using Multiple user ids to create Hubs and Post in forums. <
From what I've seen, multiple ID's won't do them much good. Hubpages does a great job of keeping the spam hubs out, or at least marginalised.
The forums seem to be a different issue...
Forum is not a war field where you need allies to fight an issue. If hubbers like your suggestions, they will support you otherwise they have full right to oppose. There is no restriction if a hubber writes using different names or different hubbers use same adsense Id. Moreover, if a hubber is able to maintain good hubber scores for different user id's, it shows that hubber is really an expert hubber.
As long as it`s not against any of the Hubpage`s rules, I totally agree on having 2 or more different accounts. Who cares for those that use different accounts to comment on this forum? And what is the purpose ? They may do whatever they like. I hope no one, and as Misha said earlier - nobody should bother, it`s just a waste of time.
"These people are just trying to manipulate and support some of their fellow hubbers"
Is this a battle field ?
I for one don't like sock puppet action, but I don't think it appropriate that anyone who comes into the forum (whether member or general public) can see everyone's IP address.
Sure, if I post in your comments, you will see my IP address. But that is far more private than displaying it for the world to see.
The forum admin will be able to see IP addresses anyway. I'd hope that if they see sockpuppet action that they take appropriate action. In their own good time of course
I only have one IP address but I do have multiple personality disorder......
:::she does not::::
:::who asked you?::::
I have always suspected that you are not really a small dark horse.
But one of the lovely things about hubpages is that people can present themselves however they wish to be recognized.... or not recognized.
To be completely correct, it's now called Dissociative Identity Disorder.
You know, Maddie, I would personally agree with you but Jung (that's what we call him) says it isn't so.
What are you going to do? When one of your personalities sulks it really sucks for the rest of us.
Oh Dang. Using proxies all the time becomes such a drag. ;-)
I have meant to ask if it was considered ok to use more than the one Hubber ID. It seems to me to be fine if one is using them the way a serious writer may use pseudonoms to write pot-boilers.
What say that I want to cover some very serious topics, but would also like to do some more gossipy and more lucrative hubs about film starlets, say? Using a different name for each seems legitimate to me. In fact this is something I would actually like to do, and welcome an official comment. I would not want to hide the second name from other hubbers or from the HubPages administration.
I have to say, having another name would probably be good for me. I think writing the more researched hubs that sometimes I feel like doing ruins my credibility as a sarcastic, A-hole and will run off potential readers who will be dissapointed by dry material.
However, it does seem like I read something when I signed up that asked that you only make one name. Could be wrong though, I was probably pretty deep into a six pack when I signed up for this thing.
Creating multiple accounts to argue a point sounds boring. Let them have their fun if they want to do that.
I don't think there is any problem with running multiple accounts under pen-names, Shadesbreath. If you wind up arguing with yourself or agreeing with yourself in the forums under your multiple log-ins, I think that's less about pen-names and more about not having a life.
You can have more than one account. I know personally of a couple of people who do, it's allowed.
Only one AdSense account tho, so just use your number for the second account, too.
Cause I commented on the last post you sent me, and it is still awaiting moderation
I'm sorry Misha, but I can't find it anywhere. I wonder if he hasn't moderated it yet, I'll have to email him and ask.
While I was there, I left comments addressing the nice folks that left comments for me. I'm going to have to keep an eye on that.
I'm glad you told me, I wonder how many times it's happened.
Sorry Misha, and thanks!
No problem Shirley - and thanks to you
Did you look under spam, too? It still shows me "comment under moderation"....
Spam? No....I didn't find you at all. Dagnabit! I'm going to get to the bottom of this, it's bugging me.
I can't approve comments, I have no access to the blog. I just email my entries to the owner. I'll let you know what I find out, but I won't hear back from him before tomorrow.
Still debating the two account thing for the sake of humor. I just wish I knew how to do SEO tricks for the researched hubs I write. I try to read on it but it's always so long and dry and my eyes roll up into my head and, well... there you go. lol.
If you choose the right topics, and have 4%-5% of the words on the page being the keyword phrase, including having it in the title and the page summary text, you have done 90% of what you can do on the page.
Other than that, it's all about getting links to your Hub anchored with the keyword phrase.
You are live:
http://www.obzokee.com/freelance-work/f … mment-2374
I had to chuckle - you spelled your name, "Ho to Speeding Ticket".
Please don't ask me what that means in English.
I left you a comment back, hopefully it's approved right away so you can read it.
Thx again, Misha.
"Ho to" sounds a bit Asian to me My bad, I ahve ot larn spling!
Thanks Shirley, I'll be more careful next time
As for the anchors:
Here is a link:
http://www.obzokee.com/freelance-work/f … ing-market
And here is a link with the anchor text:
I admire Shirley
Oh! So a hyperlink is anchored text? Sheesh, why don't all the ebooks and online instructions just say that instead of making it sound complicated?
They use technical words so newbies can be more familiar with them.
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