Today marks the tenth birth day of ‘the front page of the internet’, Reddit . The social media-via-bulletin board site has long been a source of divisive and controversial content, but it’s also built a reputation as a leader in online trends and hold many opportunities for those who go looking.
Online or not, any community is going to have its, well, its completely awful human beings. The struggle, in both United States law and now with online communities in the 21st century, is how to balance the rights of individuals with the rights, privacy, and health of the community.
Reddit, the online message forum, announced last week that it is updating its policies to curb harassment between users on its site. The decision follows Twitter’s roll-out of new anti-harassment tools this spring, and many consider the changes to be long-coming.
Let me guess what your small business online marketing strategy involves. In three words: blog, Facebook and Twitter. Now there’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, if you had any sense that is exactly what your online marketing strategy should look like. If you play your cards right, this may be all you’ll ever need to effectively promote your small business online.
You should know that Reddit hates marketers, unless they give real value and are an active part of the community who give real value. With that being said, you shouldn’t leave it out of your next digital campaign.
Reddit has finally launched its first mobile app, an app created specifically for browsing and participating in its "Ask Me Anything" interviews with celebs and other public figures. For a site with such a large mobile user base, what does this mean for reddit? Why now and why is it just for one part of the site?
A few weeks back, I took part in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) in the Big SEO community on Reddit. I wanted to share some of the super smart SEO questions the Reddit group had for me, along with my answers. Enjoy!
AMAs can be a quick, easy way to get the word out on a new product or project. It’s hard to find a bigger audience than Reddit, with over 731 unique visitors in 2013. And the site is still growing, securing its place as a major online hub for news and memes. To leverage that audience via your own AMA, follow these three simple tips.
From 2010 to 2012, I worked as a social media content promoter. I was a contractor and worked for other contractors who had business relationships with large websites. My speciality was in user curated voting websites. Based on lessons I learned the hard way, here are three tips for utilizing reddit.