I can guarantee that for most of you reading, Reddit is probably one of the hardest social sites to understand.
You’ve probably heard so many things about how complicated it is from a marketing point of view, you might even find it a bit scary.
I don’t blame you. Reddit is very particular in how it works, its users and its etiquette. If you head over to the site for the first time, you’ll probably end up looking at the screen with a big question mark on your forehead. I know I have been there.
That said, you should probably also know the site is extremely popular and while it might be very different from other plattforms, it could, when used carefully, give you very good results in your marketing initiatives.
I’ll be honest, even though most of my site traffic, subscribers and even client relationships come from the social web, I can’t claim any success with Reddit. Hey, I even had a client I met through StumbleUpon…
This Infographic from Prestige Marketing is a great starting point if you want to explore Reddit. What I can recommend is that, if you are willing to the work, you should pay extra attention to:
- Understand who the Reddit user is
- Get familiar with the etiquette
- Understand how and where to post content
- Be willing to put a lot more focus on others than yourself
Enjoy the infographic and share your thoughts in the comments.
Infographic courtesy of Prestige Marketing.