I just published a hub about Twaiku poetry on twitter, and I included a couple of feeds to give examples. I know there are rules about multiple links from the same site, and that if you have 1 feed you can't add a link to the same site, so I just wanted to check that I'm not breaking any rules by having two twitter feeds on a hub. Is it ok?
I think you can't do that and if you do, probably the system will show an automatic warning to say how the hub breaks the rules.
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