I've looked everywhere to find the answer before having to post.. I apologize if it seems like a silly question.
I have a HP account along with AdSense... and it's doing well. Lately I've been thinking about opening a new HP account for other topics I can write about. I know I can have more than one HP account but the question is can I use AdSense on more than one HP account? This may be a stupid question but I tried to find the answer and couldn't find it.
I've been disabled and reinstated with AdSense already so I'm super paranoid and don't want to unknowingly do anything that could possibly get my account disabled again.
Your reply would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance
Jamie you can build all types of hubs on this account. It will be much better as well. Then why do you wanna build another account?
Well, I was thinking it may be able to get more of my writing available out there having 2 different accounts but I don't know how true that is. I'm still deciding if I even want to do it. It is just nice to know, just in case. Thanks for the reply anasshad!
IMO there should not be a problem with multiple HP accounts being associated with the same adsense account
As far as I know, you can use the same Adsense account for both accounts.
For those of you that are not aware, firstly as CAGSIL above has stated, one may use a single adSense account across multiple HubPages accounts.
You can also use your same email address as for your Paypal for accepting HPads payments.
You will need to apply separately for an ePn eBay account for each HubPages account.
The reasons for having separate accounts are many -
To try out a new niche.
To protect a primary account from potential theft of articles.
Or even to have like a single use account for payments. Like a Amazon only Hubs, eBay oonly Hubs, HPads Hubs only, etc
And many more reasons
I am trying this out, just started a new account to keep my stories separate my from this account. I also want to test HubPages ad. programmes out on the new one. It is a bit confusing at first, I will see how it works out before I decide if it is a good idea or not.
There is no problem with having multiple accounts and using the same Adsense/Amazon ID. In fact, since you can get banned for having more than one Adsense ID, it's in your best interest to stick with one!
Since the subdomains were created, some people also claim that having an account for each topic increases your chances of Google seeing your subdomain as a quality one and sending it traffic, instead of seeing it as a low quality mish mash.
Thank you for all of the helpful replies.. I really appreciate it
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