I was reading through the other topic where JerichoUsher was talking about creating a new account.
This has been going through my head lately, because whenever I sign out of my account I notice it asks if I would like to sign in as a different user.
Now, what benefit would there be in having two different accounts?
Has anyone else done it?
I think it is like an author writing in different pen names and you can organise the hubs accordingly; all you need for signing up is different email account(s) for every HP profile
I have a couple: mainly so that I can be descreet when I am promoting some of my sites. lissie is the name I use across a number of boards to do with internet marketing. Its a dog eat dog business - if you find a good well paying niche its best to shut up about it. I therefore don't link to all my sites from my lissie account but use a couple of others to do this.
Ive also seen someone consider a 2nd account to separate humour and other hubs. LIke Iain Banks uses Iain M Banks for scifi and Iain Banks for mainstream fiction (or v.v I can never remember)
BTW Jerico was wrong - you don't need to post in the forums using the other IDs - I find so long as my alter ego does a hub every month or 2 I keep their hubscore in the high 80's - more than enough to give me the do-follow links i want!
Thanks for clarifying my doubt also.. I am going to try for this..
by badcompany99 9 years ago
I have read how to do it but I am a bit on the thick side so am looking a bit of help. I have my hubs tracker code but how can I place it on a link on my profile page in an effort to get new members to join through my affiliate. Cheers !
by H P Roychoudhury 8 years ago
Will you please correct the problem as I don't know how to do that?
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