can I have more than one gmail account

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I already have a gmail account and would like to know if I can have more then one gmail account?
#internet marketing #account #gmail

  • Profile picture of the author Major_Lazer
    pretty sure you can.
  • Profile picture of the author mgkimsal
    I see nothing in their terms of service - Google Terms of Service - which says you can't. I have multiple accounts myself.

    In addition to having multiple individual accounts, you can use the + trick to have multiple email addresses on one account.

    mgkimsal@gmail.com
    mgkimsal+1@gmail.com
    mgkimsal+sitename@gmail.com

    all go to my main mgkimsal@gmail.com account. Many people use this for giving site-specific emails to registration-based sites, and can easily tell if that email address has been sold or given out. Some sites don't allow a + in an address, so it's not a trick you can use on every site, but most sites allow it.
  • Profile picture of the author teleam
    Hey thanks. The reason I ask is that I couldn't find anything in their TOS.

    Tom
  • Profile picture of the author Vexo
    I have been using more than 1 for a long time. No problems
  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Joel has a pretty neat trick in Private War Room about this. And yes, you can have more then 1 account
  • Profile picture of the author mywebwork
    I have over 30 GMail accounts, plus a business GMail account that we pay 50 dollars a year for. You won't have any problem.

    Bill
  • Profile picture of the author thescribe
    I have numerous gmail accounts and have never had a problem...
  • Profile picture of the author slovatt
    Yes, I have 5 accounts.
  • Profile picture of the author octobergal
    Handful of accounts here and never had a problem.
  • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
    You can have as many of them as you want.

    Additionally, you can create many variations of the one email address.

    For example, if your email is email@gmail.com then you can also use e.mail@gmail.com, em.ail@gmail.com, ema.il@gmail.com, etc, etc.
  • Profile picture of the author Jays80
    you can have many of them, i have lost count!!!.
  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Marshall
    I have more than one gmail account, and that is all I will say about that...
  • Profile picture of the author YaniB
    I have about seven or eight myself

    I didn't know about the plus sign trick, but I've got different accounts that have the same name but a different number at the end; like email@gmail.com, email1@gmail.com and so on. Never got any problems.

    YaniB
  • Profile picture of the author David Mintzer
    I have no problems since I have atleast 2 gmail accounts myself.
  • Profile picture of the author ayolov
    Count me as a multi-gmail account user too!

    If you want to administer all your personal email, yahoo, msn, gmail, facebook, tweeter etc. accounts I recomend nutshellmail.com all in one place I can't live without it!
  • Profile picture of the author Ken "Buster" Benson
    I also have more than one account for over a year and like someone else stated, you can have several different email addresses or forwarded to your main one. and when you send an email there is a pull down menu asking which email address you want your message to come from.
  • Profile picture of the author Geekman
    I also have more than one account. I don't see anything wrong in it.
  • Profile picture of the author Richard Green
    Originally Posted by teleam View Post

    I already have a gmail account and would like to know if I can have more then one gmail account?
    You can have more than 1 Gmail account, but when opening a Gmail account you are required to verify your account through a text message to your phone. I think the limit is 5 per cell phone number.
  • Profile picture of the author anthony2
    I have about 20 gmails accounts and never had a problem.
    Most of them I had for years.
  • Profile picture of the author Suzucheng
    Yes u can. I have 5 accounts and never had problems

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