I recently signed up for stumbleupon. I have stumbled two of my hubs, and also stumbled about 8 other non-related sites that I enjoyed. Is there a way to know whether I am stumbling too many of my own works? I don't want to be considered spammy and run into problems down the road with S.U.
I have a large number of domains which makes it much easier to stumble more of my own work and less of others! my accounts aren't banned yet, but will find out in the future if I have done it too much I guess!
Thanks Pschyskinner and Oli. I've been stumbling a lot of other sites, so it sounds like I'm fine if 10:1 ratio has been ok for you.
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