Who else found Reddit through HubPages and is now addicted to it?
I had never heard of the website Reddit until I started here on HubPages. Now I spend more time on that site than I do on anything else on the web. Has anyone else shared this experience?
Well, I've never spent more time there than here - but I definitely found out about the place from here.
I think I've been "blackballed" some kind of way there now - nothing I submit now gets any views, but my older links there still provide some traffic.
They've buried all new links site wide - from me.
The community these does seem very anti-blog. I can't say I blame them, as the site would be filled with it otherwise. But if you find a niche where the people care more about the content than the source, it can cause a blowup in traffic. I use Paranormal a lot, as I do a lot of hubs on haunted plantations in Louisiana. The people from reddit seem to really enjoy the hubs and I don't get down voted a whole lot. Making good use of the subreddits is the key.
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