I joined Reddit a while back, posted a couple of links and got banned. Since then, the traffic from those couple of days has sat like a big stain in my stats - never moved up after that brief fling.
After being on Pinterest for a week or so, I now have more traffic from them than Reddit.
So stuff that Reddit. In a grown up marketing way rather than me being a spoilt child of course.
Here's a pic...
"He's sad because Pinterest took all the traffic"
Yes, I agree that reddit is a great resource if you use it correctly (and with your awesomely funny self drawn pics I don't think you'd have a problem getting repins!)
However I think they'll be heading for either a serious court case or tightening their rules shortly. Many people are getting upset about how they don't enforce copyright.
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