I have decided to set up a second account here on Hubpages. So I just went to sign up. When I entered my email I was told I could not use the same email as I was already using for my other account. Does this mean I have to set up a new email address? Is there no way I can use the same one?
Yes, you have to have another email id to set up a second account. One account per mail id.
This is pretty standard protocol on most site, the limit of one account per email. I have quite a few email addresses. On one site I have four accounts and at one point I had 13 accounts there.
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