Is it just me or is REDDIT addicting?
I find Hubpages quite addicting as well. But I'm really enjoying reddit. They have strict rules though so I hope I dont get kicked out. What about you?
I went on there to try and build up some 'karma' so I could post some of my own links on there, and in the process of doing so have become somewhat addicted. And I still haven't posted any of my own links.
My suggestion, make sure you follow their rules, it can be a bit unforgiving. I read somewhere there's a 10:1 rule. You should try and post 10 links of sites or articles unconnected with you for every one of your own articles/websites. I wouldn't post too heavily from hubpages for your 10 either, or they might see it as spammy.
Yes, I read they do have a 10:1 rule; I haven't posted any of my hub links either. I was tempted once or twice (imagine the traffic!) but I decided to just be patient and try to be a part of the community.LOL. My links can wait for a few more days.
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