Getting traffic with Reddit?

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Does anyone have experience in getting traffic with Reddit?
How I can drive visitors from there to my blogs?
I published some articles link but I get only some visitors from Reddit daily

Are there any good ways to increase this amount?
 

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Does anyone have experience in getting traffic with Reddit?
How I can drive visitors from there to my blogs?
I published some articles link but I get only some visitors from Reddit daily

Are there any good ways to increase this amount?


Are the articles good or is that your personal opinion?

You have to look for trending articles that are already popular and getting shared. I DO NOT look on Reddit for trending articles, but I look for content that isn't on Reddit yet. Usually on Social networks or popular blogs. Then I spin the article and rewrite it. THen release it on my blog and then Reddit, Tumblr, FB, Twitter, etc..

For instance when this whole police vs. the people stuff in America jumped off, it would have received a ton of traffic from Reddit if you produced articles around that topic. Mike Brown, Eric Garner, etc...

What I did was produce articles not of the peoples opinion but about the opposing side. The side that was for the police.

Negative press attracts more attention then positive press. A slight tip.

Traffic is traffic in Google's eyes and whether the traffic hates you or loves you does not matter.
 

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They are good articles but they relate to SEO, web design and marketing online...But a strange thing is after published in the category when I submited my link, F5 but I didn't see it showed in the list. Does Reddit hate things relate to marketing or advertising?
 

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I wouldn't say Reddit hates it, but unless you are providing evolutionary information and not something people already know about, it will probably get downvoted.

Sounds like you're really new to Reddit.

YOu can click on your name in the right corner and see what you've published. Click on the post to see the down votes or up votes.

Also before you start posting stuff on Reddit, you want to build your link karma and comment karma. YOu do this by making great posts and and comments.

I boosted my profile in the beginning by sharing great new music in specific niches.
 

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You are right. I want to know about link karma and comment karma?? why do I need to build this before starting posting on Reddit?

A bit more information about downvoted/upvoted, I don't know what will i have if i have more downvotes/upvotes?
 

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i dont get get much seo traffic from redditt either
 

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Reddit is very critical of threads that link out to a website. Majority of content on there links to either very established sites like imgur or self posts (meaning the content is the thread on reddit itself).
 

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I have tried many times, but they have very strict policies. If you have unique content then you will get good traffic for your content.

Regards
 

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There is one out of dozens of issues that Reddit has that is going to make the traffic generation harder for you. It's the fact that you either spam or you buy upvotes. Spamming doesn't work most of times and you risk to get your account banned. Buying upvotes can be pricy and the whole Reddit campaign might fall apart due to none or minimal amount of conversions.
 

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Reddit is a lot better for some markets than it is for others.

That being said, regardless of your niche it's very important you're actually active in the community you're posting to. I do moderate a few sub-reddits and it's blatantly obvious when someone is self-promoting.

The community doesn't mind if your information is actually useful and you aren't just link-dropping, but you can't just post and leave.
 
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