I have a few accounts to separate different aspects of my life. Will Hubpages look at combining the income from the different accounts? A bit like adsense does?
by Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago
It is no longer an IF I do it. I have too many accounts here and I want to combine my old Hubpages account into one of my new ones. What is the best way to do this without hitting the duplicate content filter etc?HELP!
by Jen Whitten 10 years ago
Hey y'all.Clueless newbie here with what may be a really obvious question in multiple parts:Is it permissible to have multiple accounts here? This might seem like a horrible idea - I don't know - but I actually blog as myself and as someone else (it makes so much more sense when you read it...
by UlyssesSmithy 9 years ago
Is it possible to combine hubpage accounts? I have my dads account (who no longer wants it) and the author score is going down due to neglect. Can I assimilate his hubs into my account?Thanks,Ulysses
by TinaAtHome 7 years ago
I have 3 different HubPages accounts, so I had to open 3 different accounts for the AdProgram. If those accounts could be combined I could reach the payment threshold of $50 sooner. Would it be possible for people like me to combine those into one account like I do with Amazon and Google?
by Tim Mitchell 3 years ago
Trying out the Hub Hopper I noticed there is a queue distinguishing typical hubs from a creative work or humor. Since HP apparently values them differently would having a separate HP account for typical hubs that are not creative writing and one for creative writing offer any advantages?Also, what...
by Dan Robbins 4 years ago
I've been a niche writer mostly since joining HP (home repair and such) and feel I've done rather well for myself having started with zero experience. For that I'm grateful and pleasantly surprised. However......I have other interests and though I don't plan on abandoning my home helper Hubs, I...
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