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Two blogs and one username

  1. I have two blogs on very different subjects, they are both under the same account and user name. Since my user name is linked to the domain name on one blog it looks a bit odd on the other site. I have created another account and given that administrative access but it gets very confusing trying to make sure that posts are coming from that name. Before I change my username (which I would like to avoid) does anybody know if it is possible to have more than one user name, or to make all posts anonymous on the second blog?

    The blog I need help with is pictureditor.me.

  2. Yes, you can register more than one username account each with a different email address. When we create a username account we provide an email address and it becomes our unique identifier. If you want to disassociate the blogs you must create another username account and use another email address.

    To completely disassociate two blogs currently registered to the same username we register another username with a different email address, while we are logged out of WordPress.com. Then we add the new username as an Admin to the blog we want to transfer to that username, and use this process to transfer the blog to the new username account.

  3. Thank you, I will move it over the weekend

  4. You're welcome and have a great rest ot the week and weekend too. :)

  5. I have a similar situation. I have two blogs (blogs A and B) on one username with one domain which I mapped to my site.This did not help. I made the site public but went back to private because blog A (the wrong blog) was mapped to the domain. I made Blog B my primary blog. I want only blog B on that domain. I followed your directions timethief and I successfully moved blog A to a different user name. Now blog A, the WRONG blog, is affiliated with the domain but on a new user name. Any suggestions on how to have Blog B mapped to my domain instead of Blog A?

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