What's with Reddit?
I just signed up in Reddit and the site is acting up already. They keep on prompting me that :I have been doing this and that" and it is so annoying! Have your experience similar incidents?
I have not used Reddit much, because I hear that the Reddit community is very picky, and will ban people without hesitation over very minor issues.
Reddit is a troll kingdom!!!!! You can, of course, get some seriously HUGE traffic from there, and that's fine just so long as you can NOT take the myriad creative insults the trolls in the troll kingdom are sure to sling your direction.
Here's more about all of that if interested:
Reddit is designed for people to share top sites on the internet. If you join and just start pushing your own stuff, instead of using the site for its proper purpose, you deserve all you get!
After all, you're only supposed to be sharing the best of the web - it looks pretty egotistical if you act as though only your own Hubs are the best.
Reddit's got some weird topics on there, in my opinion. You're better off advertising your hub on a niche blog, someone's Facbeook or Twitter via Fiverr or using Social Adr to get other people to book mark your stuff.
by Kris 5 years ago
Is anybody else using Reddit as a source of traffic to your Hubs, or own websites?I have always known about Reddit but just signed up for an account, and posted a link to on of my websites. Now I am far from a marketing guru and a mediocre writer at best, but I just posted that link on Reddit about...
by Eugene Brennan 4 years ago
I receive practically no traffic from these bookmarking sites, and Pinterest isn't much better. Learnist however generates loads of traffic.
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
Whenever I visit a site and am bombarded with pop-unders and the ever annoying "you have a message" ads, I usually retreat and never go back. I always though these sites were spammy. Now HP has become one of them. Jeez, where will it end?
by bockshiner 6 years ago
Is Reddit worth it?Do you actually get traffic from reddit? Is it worth using?
by Uma07 8 years ago
I wished to post my links to my hubs on these sites to increase my hub traffic but Digg says they are not taking any new members temporarily.Reddit allowed me to post only one link and I just couldn't figure out what StumbleUpon was all about(I mean how to create a login ID etc....very...
by michael1mars 2 years ago
Crank That-Soulja Boy
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