I am a great fan of reddit and I have been exploring its many subreddits which communities devoted to many topics including many covered on hubpages. Very rarely I have found hubs submitted to reddit. The reception by the community does not seem to be great, and hubpage links seem to be regarded as linkspam on reddit. But does it mattter? Perhaps just the link itself is valuable.
I have not tried submitting any links on reddit and I am more of a lurker than a contributor there. But I wonder if any hubbers have tried it and if so what has been your experience?
I just joined and have posted some links to my hubs so far not problems at all. I will keep you posted.
I strongly suggest the pair of you read this thread before getting involved with Reddit.
People may also want to scroll down to (I think) the 9th post on this one:
I have an idea. Why don't we create a subreddit dedicated to great hubs. We could be the moderators. That way no one would be mad at us for link spamming. There is a similar subreddit dedicated to showing off personal projects but most of the links are to entire websites rather than individual articles. What do you think.
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