Reddit to Website Traffic

John Konev

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Aug 28, 2019
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What's the smartest way to redirect traffic from Reddit to Website without the risk of getting banned from the sub-reddit or reddit in general? Share your ideas
 
This may not work in your niche, but I've found in some cases there are dead subreddits/old threads that still rank well in Google for searches. You can leave a comment on these that mentions your site/brand (But doesn't directly link) and usually it won't get flagged. Then upvote the comment with some bots so it's top response and you'll see some appreciable traction. It's not a large scale or repeatable tactic though. Once you've found all possible opportunities that's it.
 
For me this is by far the best way of doing things.

Own the subreddit, treat it as a way to get traffic, a place to directly sell and even as a parasite.

Growing it means you should be attracting your exact target audience and they are voluntarily coming to you.
I wonder how long it would take to do this and grow it, though. By then it would be more effective to look for other promotion methods.
There are however many subreddits these days that allow for posting freely to promote models. I mean OF specific subs.
It's just about weeding them out.
 
I wonder how long it would take to do this and grow it, though. By then it would be more effective to look for other promotion methods.
There are however many subreddits these days that allow for posting freely to promote models. I mean OF specific subs.
It's just about weeding them out.
Starting a new subreddit could be a good idea, but I'm not sure how long it will take to grow or if it will work well in my niche. In my case seems like sticking to promoting in larger subreddits might be the best option. However, a new challenge arises as these big subreddits tend to be more sensitive, and they may lead to a quick ban if they sense promotional activity.
 
Create your own subreddit and make it reach at least 10k members then promote your site easily
 
Depending on the niche, you can be creative with making content + upvote manipulation. The safest way is to have your own subreddit but that takes a lot of time.
 
What's the smartest way to redirect traffic from Reddit to Website without the risk of getting banned from the sub-reddit or reddit in general? Share your ideas
Provide a meaningful reply that answers their query... pretty simple. If it's a valuable comment u will never get banned
 
Reddit is big shit, your comments get removed within seconds, because of low karma, but you can not build karma without these subreddits.

And a word of caution you get banned from a subreddit when you criticise the WEF organization ,you get the answer that reddit / his founder is part of wef.
A big zionism kraken isn't it?
 
What's the smartest way to redirect traffic from Reddit to Website without the risk of getting banned from the sub-reddit or reddit in general? Share your ideas
Very important thing to provide value by establishing yourself as a contributing member of the community
 
Very important thing to provide value by establishing yourself as a contributing member of the community
No matter how much value your comments has ,when you not match the karma requirements of a subreddit...

And how build up karma when you can not use subreddits?
 
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