I write Hubs under two names: do each of my names qualify to enter 5 hubs for the competition - or am I counted as only one person?
The limit seems to be 5 eligible hubs per day.
I checked the rules, couldn't find anything specific against dual accounts. But the rules assume they are talking to persons, so dual accounts (or multiple accounts) are likely to be frowned upon, if not actually against the rules. I think it would be prudent and ethical to enroll with just one account.
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