Reddit: You're Doing It Wrong
Successful marketing on Reddit isn't all about the karma. There are literally tens of other uses for the platform that nabs more than 70 million-with-an-m unique visitors and over 4.5 billion-with-a-b page views.
And have you ever tried to market to Reddit? Your regular content strategies won't work. You need to stop viewing Reddit as a content distribution platform and start to look at it differently.
In our panel we'll discuss using Reddit for the following purposes:
-Staying on top of internet trends as they emerge.
-Gaining insight into what marketing is failing miserably.
-Testing concepts on a highly sophisticated, highly share-prone user base.
-Crowd sourcing content.
-Seeding content to an army of nerds.
TL;DR You're doing Reddit wrong, vote for our panel to find out how.
- Why isn't my "Reddit advertising" successful?
- If Reddit isn't a social platform, then what is it?
- How much of my advertising budget should I allocate to advertising on Reddit? I like this internet site because it loads quickly on my 56k modem and shows me links and pictures on the information super highway.
- Why spend time and effort on something that I can't tie back to hard metrics?
- What should my goal be as a brand, marketer, or creative with regards to Reddit and how should these goals differ from sites like StumbleUpon?
Rohit Thawani 72andSunny
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