I already have 1 account (Gizmo Butler) that I'm not posting anything new to it, however, I still use it for portfolio referrals to show possible employers my past work. My question is how can I keep that, and start a new account where I'll be writing new hubs constantly, but they will be on several different topical issues?
You can have multiple accounts but need two email addresses and each pays out only based on its own account total.
Just make a new account.
As long as you don't try to game your rankings, it's allowed ( so no posting comments using different accounts, voting up/down or criterias, or other possible ways to game your rankings).
And as long as you still use your first account for the forums. (I think it might be ok if you post with your new account as long as you never post on the forums with your old account ever again, but I'm not sure about that one.)
Thanks for your help, and yes, indeed, I have no intention of playing unfairly. Now, can you tell me how I do that, or at least send me a link with the instructions. I couldn't find them before.
Yeah that is just about it as long as you have a second e-mail. I have another account which I use to send family and friends too. I write fiction and poetry there, that account never wanders in to the forums.
And don't forget to say hi here with your new account
BTW you can't sign up through your referral I guess
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