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Can someone help me get a vid on reddit?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by mrgeorge01, Jan 8, 2016.

  1. mrgeorge01

    mrgeorge01 Junior Member

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    Anyone have an aged reddit accou t that could upload for me??? Also know of any upvoting groups, etc
     
  2. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    search the forum, you will find lots of these groups.

    And you can buy aged accounts on fiverr.
     
  3. tobiasr

    tobiasr Registered Member

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    I've found it difficult to get videos upvoted on reddit unless you are really deep in a niche somewhere. Anything that looks like advertisement of your video gets removed or downvoted, or worse thumbs downs on YouTube.
     
  4. tangento

    tangento Junior Member

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    Don't upload your videos to reddit people there will downvote it without ever watching the video even if the video is good. Then they'll go to youtube and dislike it. The small view boost you'll get isn't worth those idiots ruining the integrity of the video with dislikes for no good reason.
     
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    ugleeee Newbie

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    The thing about Reddit is, if you're not an active member of the community they will see any post as spam, unless the post contains truly dynamic content that appeals to a broad demographic. I posted a hoax drone accident video (made it in Sony Vegas) on Reddit and it got a few thousand views. I then converted the video to a gif, it got over 1 million views on Imgur and a little over 300k views on Youtube. Disappointing, since I projected over a million or two given the nature of the video, but I still got paid through licensing and whatnot. I posted it in very niche subs, but also in /r/gifs which is extremely important. I then placed a link in the comment section and it took off.

    Broad appeal is important. Your content has to be something that many people will genuinely take interest in to get a meaningful amount of views. At the very least, the content should be compelling enough that the people in the subreddit will be compelled to click.
     
  6. NotSoAverageJoe

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    This guy is on point. It always baffles me when people think they can post a slideshow video promoting a shitty clickbank product and get away with it. Funnily enough they're just as surprised as last time when their thread gets downvoted.

    Marketing on Reddit is not as easy as getting an aged account and posting a video. There's a whole science to Reddit marketing and if you're just starting out, I'd suggest going as far away from Reddit as possible.

    I posted a Reddit method a couple of months ago, you might wanna check that out.