[Guide] Keyword research via Reddit

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Not sure what a Reddit keyword research guide has to do with Medium, but I kinda doubt most people posting on Medium will care about any AI-content restrictions. And if Medium are really using some sort of AI checking tech there will be so many false positives.
 
Does this still work as well with the recent boost reddit got? I would imagine it may be a spot or two higher but would still work just as well.
 
Does this still work as well with the recent boost reddit got? I would imagine it may be a spot or two higher but would still work just as well.
I'm certainly not seeing any traffic loss or dying rankings for Reddit, and it's still being actively used as a parasite successfully. Still a fertile ground, and still a decent crop harvest of keywords to be had.
 
Definitely a clever approach to keyword hunting on Reddit—thanks for the insights! By the way, have you ever stumbled upon a subreddit that surprisingly turned out to be a goldmine for your campaigns? What was it?
 
Definitely a clever approach to keyword hunting on Reddit—thanks for the insights! By the way, have you ever stumbled upon a subreddit that surprisingly turned out to be a goldmine for your campaigns? What was it?
Sure have, it was in the [REDACTED] niche
 
I'm certainly not seeing any traffic loss or dying rankings for Reddit, and it's still being actively used as a parasite successfully. Still a fertile ground, and still a decent crop harvest of keywords to be had.
So , you write content with these keywords and put the them on your money site?
 
So , you write content with these keywords and put the them on your money site?
That's certainly one approach, especially if the keyword is extremely relevant to your existing money site and you don't already have similar information available on it. Other approaches could be to try the keywords out on different non-Reddit parasites.
 
At least with my sites that have authority no matter what long tail keyword I use there is always Reddit or Quora at the top.
 
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