Hi, been using BHW as quick reference for a while but never posted. I've been doing IM as a side thing for a few years with decent results. Anyway, the one thing I really know very little about is Reddit. Anytime I ever went there in the past, it looked like some really outdated forum type place (ever go to Craigslist community?) so I never really had any interest in it. But I'm looking into exploring other avenues these days and Reddit is on my list. Here's what I do know, that it's a popular place and full of people who know the internet. So I know you can't just drop a spammy link all over the place and hope it gets results. I have a site that I wanted to start pushing that I put some serious work into, I know the subject very well. But I don't understand the difference between subreddits or any of that stuff when I hear people talk about Reddit. Can someone give me a basic rundown of how someone in IM can use it to their advantage. (maybe just post a very basic Reddit for dummies link if this question is tired on these forums?) My idea for now is this, find someone who has a good standing in the Reddit community, ask them to post a link in wherever it should go (like I said, clueless here) and hope that the users will be kind to it when they see it's written by someone who knows the subject. It's costume niche related to a geek culture phenomenon. Since it's October I don't have much time so I want to just pay for a gig from Fiverr or wherever for now. But I like to know things, so eventually I want to be able to handle this stuff myself with a decent grasp on the place works. That way i can develop my own strategy. Thanks and sorry for the long winded post, it's a habit.