Must We Stick To One Pen Name?

Must We Stick To One Pen Name?


Nope. You can have as many pen names as you want. The only small warning I’d make is if you change a particular penname, or change it too often, it can confuse your following and you’ll lose them.


Like if you wanted to change from Rose Daily to Lily Tinger, sure… But if early next year you change to Milly Daffodil… it just gets confusing, plus people trust you less (readers I mean – not me or your friends)


Because remember for all intents and purposes they think you’re Rose Daily and have never heard of.


You can definitely has as many pennames as you want. Don’t go overboard, 1) there’s no real point and 2) it’s just a mess to handle.


Anything in the writing, work from home, alternative lifestyle, health niches etc. just stick with Rose. That covers off a pretty huge amount of stuff you do. I can’t really imagine another niche that’s different enough you’d need another one.


Maybe years down the track if you wanted to create a penname and very private identity to share some very, very detailed info about your life and what you went through, your conditions etc. without anyone in your real life knowing etc.


But cross that road when you come to it.

You might want to change your pen name because of a few reasons like you want to conceal your real name for personal matters, you want your name to be gender free, you want to change your name for fantasy matters if that even makes sense to you, or maybe you want to switch professions, or you just plainly hate your name to want to change it. So if you really want to, you can. No one is stopping you.

Just be sure not to do it in a regular basis because as I have said, it makes you appear dodgy or unreliable.

So, if you want to change your pen name, okay, that is really fine to do, remember it is your site and your life, you can always do what you want. BUT, there are a bit of repercussions if you do it often times, like I have said above. Your readers and your customers might trust you less and less because one, they might be asking why you are often changing your pen names, what is the reason behind it; two, you can appear less trust-worthy because people with the best reputations don’t change their names in a regular basis. Why? There are just not enough reasons to do it. They might think you are trying to rip off someone or somebody or trying to change your sign for some illegal reasons.

Changing a pen name or pseudonym can be as simple as you allow it to be. In fact, if you would like to get it changed right now or pick a starter, I’ve produced an amazing video that details about this.


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Simply access and download this free video training, follow the easy step by step instructions and you’ll be setup with a lot of tips and tricks about a lot of things. It’s really that easy.

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One thought on “Must We Stick To One Pen Name?

  1. Hartrum

    Whoa! This blog looks just like my old one! It’s on a entirely different topic but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Wonderful choice of colors!|


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