I recently put my personal anime/manga blog's RSS feed (displaying three items) in a group of my hubs on anime theme songs, and I was wondering if that would be considered "overly promotional"?
On my personal blog, I write about anything related to anime and manga, not just about anime theme songs. Would that be considered "unrelated content"?
I've decided to remove the RSS feeds, but I'm still curious about the answers to my questions.
I don't know if that applies to RSS as well, repeated RSS of your same website to every hub perhaps, I am not sure, read relache reply if that is over promotion
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