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How do I know if a Reddit post is pasting link juice?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PBNSurprise, Dec 31, 2015.

  1. PBNSurprise

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    Last night I posted a link on a subreddit that has high authority in my niche. I made a good article with good content. I messaged the moderators beforehand because I didn't want them to simply delete my link or put it through a spam filter since I am promoting CPA offers elsewhere on the website. They never responded back and I thought this was not rule breaking on my end so I posted the link. Obviously (as I was expecting) they did something.

    I woke up and one mod stickied a comment warning others to not watch one of the videos on my homepage. I'm fine with that, I don't really care, I just want my link to remain on the subreddit because it would provide some good SEO value. However, my link isn't showing up in the new tab in the subreddit so I think the mods put it through a spam filter or something to hide it. Yet I can still visit the link post directly if I enter it in my address bar, and I inspected the link and I don't see a nofollow tag. Does this mean that the link is a legitimate backlink and will be providing link juice in the future? Experienced users of Reddit please respond