After finally figuring out this category thing, Reddit and I are on speaking terms. In fact, I've gotten almost two thousand views today thanks to Reddit. Utilizing the Harry Potter sub-Reddit was the most brilliant idea I've ever had.
Is anyone else getting good results from Reddit? What categories seem to be the most traffic-inducing for you?
The problem with Reddit is the effects are temporary and rarely lasts more than 48 hours.
ok, i checked reddit out...but i dont really see any categories for say, fiction writing, or pets...am i missing something?
When you submit a link you'll see the words "reddit.com" below the link section. Delete that and then start typing what category you think your hub will fall under. I ended up having to look up how to use Reddit before I started having any luck with it. I didn't even know categories existed until two days ago.
And many Reddit topic editors kill links to HubPages, knowing it's mostly authors just trying to get traffic.
well, i linked to just one story, to see the effects, we'll see how it goes. ty for the info and the help...lol i ended up using the search bar on the right.
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