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Long Term Success with Reddit - Pubcon 2015

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Reddit is one of the largest social sites in the world and it is also one of the hardest for brands and individuals to succeed within. In this presentation, I talk about an approach to Reddit that will allow you to better understand the site, build your account and presence, and have long term continued success on the site.

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Long Term Success with Reddit - Pubcon 2015

  1. 1. Subreddit Rules
  2. 2. Admins vs Moderators
  3. 3. Front Page • 50 popular Subreddits • bit.ly/1pNKAiK
  4. 4. Logarithmic Voting Algorithm
  5. 5. Logarithmic Voting Algorithm
  6. 6. Silent Bans
  7. 7. Be Anonymous
  8. 8. Become a Redditor
  9. 9. Comment Before Submitting
  10. 10. Comment On Upcoming Stories
  11. 11. Find Your Passion
  12. 12. • Redditmetrics.com Large vs Active
  13. 13. Rules, Rules, Rules
  14. 14. Impress the Mods
  15. 15. • Review Moderators for their interests • Submit what they submit Brent Csutoras | Long Term Success with Reddit Redditinvestigator.com
  16. 16. • Domain search for what is already working Research
  17. 17. • Review TOP and Controversial
  18. 18. • 10am EST or when right mods are active ;) Submit at the Right Time
  19. 19. What is Spam? • Submitting your own content, be careful • If you don’t reply and comment • Submitting off-topic links to a community • Submitting too much to a community • If your submissions keep getting downvoted, but you keep submitting • reddit.com/r/spam • List of suspected spammer accounts
  20. 20. Other Opportunities • Recreate Reddit Focused Content • Reddit Gold • Reddit Ads • AMA (Ask Me Anything) • Comments
  21. 21. • Recreate popular concepts over 6 months old Reddit Focused Content
  22. 22. • You, Influencers, Mods • Gold Partner Reddit Gold
  23. 23. Reddit Ads
  24. 24. AMA (Ask Me Anything) • One of most popular Subreddits • Obama, Bill Gates, Celebrities, etc • Everyday people too
  25. 25. Responding to Comments • Related threads • Reddit exclusive offers • Link to resources
  26. 26. Things to Remember  Reddit is filled with Influencers, a great demographic audience, and growing regularly.  Become a Redditor and comment often  Find active subreddits, with accommodating rules  Research what works  Marry the Mods  Consider alternate avenues of marketing other than submissions

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