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Kinda New here and have a question about reddit traffic.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by slipday1, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. slipday1

    slipday1 BANNED BANNED

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    Hey so i set up my site about 2-3months ago and i have a lot of helpful content on it its mainly just ad-sense, but i have a few affiliates on there. I have managed to work my way up and am on average of about £0.50 - £1 a day and have made 2 sales giving commition of £110 in all i get around 150-200 visitors a day from organic search but i have managed to find a good way of getting around 2k page-views a day from reddit. I get next to no clicks for this i have been doing it for about 6 days now and i have got about 3 clicks mainly just getting money from the rare ads that pay per 1k views but i am woundering is there any point of reddit traffic how does this benefit my site because it takes about 1 hour of work everyday just to get the 2k visitors and they really just look at the page/pages and leave never to come back is there something im missing because i have seen people saying Reddit traffic is helpful for your site etc.?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. mightyjack

    mightyjack Newbie

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    Reddit traffic is really useless, if your website has nothing dirty or kiddy jokes that interest them then just forget it. I use to post articles from my blog to reddit and got a lot of views but rarely do they come back, I figured out I would take my advertisement elsewhere.
     
  3. slipday1

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    yeah i was thinking the same i just don't really get it. I guess some people just liked seeing the boost in numbers from reddit
     
  4. Uppa839

    Uppa839 Junior Member

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    The problem with reddit traffic is that they do everything on reddit and not on your site. A video which is posted and got to the front page would have more comments in the reddit comment section than on the actual video it self, even fewer would like or share it.