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Anyone else having trouble with this? I've tried to post for the past few days, and I kept getting an Error 502 (not even sure what that is). Now, today, it's telling me I'm posting too much, try back in an hour. ??? I haven't been able to post anything! Does anyone know what's going on? I've sent Reddit an email. Still awaiting a response.
I just give it a few days with no posting if it says I am posting too often.
I've never experience this.. I hope it is just a glitch in the HP puter.
It keeps telling me the same thing even though I've posted nothing there for three months. I finally gave up on that site, it is annoying me and I don't recommend it.
I never had a problem with Reddit if I spaced my bookmarking apart then it started saying the same thing that everyone else has been getting. "you have been posting to much...." This went on for days and finally I gave up.
I think they try to limit the number of times you can post links to the same domain in a certain amount of time.
I was able to post today after not doing anything for a month. Also if you haven't verified your e-mail that slows the process down for postings too.
I do not like Reddit. I find them to be clubbish and ridiculous. Plus it is a pain to post there. I would rather post at Faux News. Well, maybe not!
Yeah. I have to say I don't like them very much now. I thought I would give them a try because I'm basically desperate for traffic, and I did get a few hits from them, but now it's just not working at all. Oh well. Back to looking for other ways to drive traffic.
I stopped posting at Reddit because of that. It started happening to me a couple months ago.
They are probably targeting HubPages for some reason like Digg and StumbleUpon used to.
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