If a hubber has two accounts (good reasons for doing so have been discussed elsewhere), would the two accounts be permitted to follow each other? That might sound silly, but it could potentially increase traffic for both accounts, as people sometimes check out the hubs of other people who follow the same people that they do. For the same reason, would both of these accounts be permitted to follow the account of another user?
There's nothing stopping you from following any account. So, if you have two accounts then both accounts can follow each other. And, if you made a third account then you have all three following each other.
by RS Junkie4 years ago
Well I would like to have two seperate Hubpages Accounts on hubpages. One would be specific to a topic and a second would be about different stuff. I was wondering if this is aloud, and also if you can link both...
by Mary Hyatt2 years ago
I've always wondered why some Hubbers have more than one account. Is this a good thing or not? The only thing I can think of is that after a person writes many Hubs, it becomes a chore to take care of that...
by David 4706 years ago
I understand that you can use multiple accounts for google adsense, but when I make a new account, is there a way I can use my same email address? Would I just have to use a separate email for my new hub account, and...
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
Please explain to me why some Hubbers have more than one account?
by Army Infantry Mom8 years ago
I was wondering if someone is allowed to register with hubpages more than once with seperate hub name ? Thanks
by Spacey Gracey7 years ago
I've read a few times that if you have multiple HP accounts it is best to only use one of them for your forum posts.For anyone with more than one account - does your Hubber score suffer on an account that doesn't...
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