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Quick reddit karma for a new profile?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by CareMD, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. CareMD

    CareMD Registered Member

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    Okey guys, i'm a total reddit newbie. I just created an account for my IFTT network which will post links on a subreddit (atleast that was the idea) - but I noticed that I need something called "post karma" or "reddit karma" in order to post any links whatsoever.

    So my question is; what's the quickest way for a newly created account to get enough points to being able to post links to subreddits?

    Thanks guys
     
  2. JasonGraham

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    For post karma : Post a popular question in r/AskReddit
    For comment karma : Respond to others questions in r/AskReddit/new
     
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  3. RuthSam

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    OP we are in the same boat.. will be following this thread :)
     
  4. appmindes

    appmindes Newbie

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    Wow i will follow it
     
  5. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well, if it wasn't because I think there is some business to get from this shitty REDDIT then I wouldn't bother and spend time there. It is the most crappy social media I have seen for a long time, why is that people post there and find it even interesting. Evene Facebook is more user friendly than this?

    Why do we have to wait 8 minutes between posting comments?
     
  6. CareMD

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    Haha! I feel the same, altough - since Reddit is as big as it is, as a marketer I must learn to love it :D I tried posting generic comments in the /r/AskReddit sub - we'll see how it goes
     
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    I agree,This is the best way i have found.I usually have this done by hand before adding accounts to my software.
     
  8. Tozzy

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    I'd say reddit is very good because it is not friendly to spam ads. Maybe it's me and subs I visit, but I've seen unwanted ads only 1 or 2 times. But for same reasons it is crap for a marketer I guess.
    Another reason I like it for is it asks for very little info (username & email), unlike most social networks. It is cool to have a website where you can remain anonymous.
    Though I won't compare it to facebook.