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Someone Suggested Reddit but I keep getting error messages. Does anybody know a better site to post content?
You could try Redgage as a place to post links. I have gotten a few views from that site--nothing to brag about, but it is a free backlink. You can also post other content such as photos or articles on there.
Your question reveals that you have a lot to learn about how to promote your work.
First of all, sites like Reddit were created so that members could share outstanding web pages with each other. They don't like people who join just to push their own pages regardless of quality. On many of these sites, promoting your OWN work is against the terms of service and if you're caught, you can get banned.
Many people do post their own work on these sites, but you must post lots of other good quality articles and websites to camouflage what you're doing. That's a lot of work and it becomes debatable whether it's worth it.
Beginners post on bookmarking sites. More experienced online writers do other stuff - do some research and learn!
You might try Pinterest. There have been several hubs written about it lately. It is fun and many people are getting views from it. But as in all sites, you want to be careful about spamming.
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