Anyone use Reddit? Has it helped increase traffic to your hubs?
Yes! Love it! I am relatively new to hub pages and have been getting very little traffic on my hubs but one of them is doing really well after I put up a link on Reddit... My experience is that hubs related to movies do well on Reddit.
Use reddit, but so far with not much success. There are alot of people who are dirty-minded and negative on Reddit, at least from my experience. With as many people as Reddit has, I can see how it could be helpful to promote the hubs, so I try.
Thanks! I signed up today and there are definitely lots of people using the site. There's also lots of Reddits, and Sub-Reddits to look through. I'm going to give it a try and hope for the best.
I use reddit, but I seldom, if ever, submit hubs to it. A large portion of hubs don't really match the interest group of those on reddit, so I'm very careful about sharing anything from HP over there.
A lot of hubbers have been banned from reddit for sharing their hubs.
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by Eileen Goodall 6 years ago
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