I was hoping to open a second Hub Pages account for "other" writings. I have tried to do this, but getting a message that I need to use a different email account. Is there any way to open a second Hub Pages account under the same email address? Thanks.
I notice that you do a great deal of writing. Do you happen to have a favorite divorce quotation - one that you have written or one that is famous? If so, would you please include it in the comments on: <snipped link - do not promote your Hubs in the forums>
It's a new hub and I really want other hubbers to add to this collection.
You need a different email id for each hubpage account. You can make free email ids on Gmail, Yahoo, and Rediff Then use the settings in the new email id to forward all the mails to your original email id. That way you will get all the emails on your original email id and not have to access two email ids.
I am back with more questions. I did open a new profile under a new email account so that's all good. And I did publish two hubs so far under that new profile, but I am really worried now because the Hub score on the profile is now at 21 and dropping fast! So not sure why that is happening. I did not sign up for adsense with the new profile because I am already signed up with this one. I wonder if that is why my hubber score is so low? Also the new published Hubs under the new profile are poems written by my late father and published now by me as a tribute, haven't been published before so not a duplicate content question but maybe because it's not my own original work it is not acceptable? I haven't received any notification yet about this but it is still early Monday morning, so could happen. Any ideas? I'm in a bit of a panic over the low starting Hubber score, is there a cutoff where they just remove you for that?
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