I can't submit my hubs to Reddit. When I submit them it says that Reddit only accepts text posts. What is this and how I can submit?
Reddit is not that user friendly in my opinion but you can certainly submit links to your hubs and occasionally you'll get big spikes in traffic, some hubbers get great results posting links there.They even have a big 'Submit a link' button on their home page.
However when submitting links you're given the option to select a 'category' or 'subreddit' to submit to rather than just the generic reditt.com.This is likely to deliver better results.You are correct in that some of the subreddits only accept text posts (i.e.no links) but others do accept links.I would suggest you try posting your links in different subreddits that relate to your specific hubs and you should be ok.
You will also need to contribute and be a little active on reddit or you'll get blocked from posting links for extensive periods of time with unhelpful messages like 'try again in 1 hour' etc. even if you've not been on the site in days - so you have no real sense of how long you'll have to wait etc.If this happens just be a bit active, comment on the works of others there and contribute to the community.You gotta give to receive :-)
had some issues with reddit and a few others where they have blocked hub pages from being bookmarked this could be the case.
by Jean Bakula 7 years ago
This site has been suggested as a way to get traffic. I spent a few hours, which turned into 3 days, to figure out how to navigate it. It appears to be a site about links, not really content, but they get angry if you post links? What am I missing? I had to go on under 3 names, but I tried to leave...
by Amy Naylor 4 years ago
We could have subreddits within subreddits, we could welcome Reddit to the wonder that is the HP community! Wouldn't that be great?I mean, I know we already have forums here, and I like them because they're so friendly and clean. But think of the possibilities! What do you think?
by psf 6 years ago
Why Reddit says "You've submitted too many links recently"?I was trying to submit a link on Reddit but it says I have submitted too many links recently, that is not true. I submitted lastly a week back! Any idea why it is so? If it is traced from IP address, then there is a chance as my...
by The Write Life 21 months ago
I would like to share some articles on Reddit. I have a pretty good grasp of the workings I think, as far as subreddits, sharing system etc. Just wondering if anyone had thoughts or experience sharing, using the site, things of that nature. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
by BlissfulWriter 6 years ago
What is another place to submit links to good articles besides reddit?
by And Drewson 7 years ago
We need an indication of what link is causing this error.Either that, or a list of sites that are prohibited. Expecting us to go through every link HOPING that we find the offending link is a waste of our time.This kind of message is not helpful."This hub contains prohibited promotional links,...
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