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The Reddit homepage consists of content submitted to the site's most popular channels, or "subreddits" — Pics, Technology, WorldNews, Music, Gaming, etc. New users and visitors who are not logged in are automatically subscribed to these top channels.
As you discover more niche communities, you can subscribe to those subreddits, which will push popular posts from those channels to your homepage. You can always browse those individual subreddits directly, of course. If a subreddit gains enough subscribers, it can become part of the default homepage, thus driving additional traffic and subscribers. If you don't want to see content from a particular subreddit on your homepage, simply unsubscribe from it by clicking the red button at the top-right of that community.
Use subscriptions to create a highly customized front page for your account. Multireddits are customizable groupings of subreddits through which users can navigate the communities of their choosing without being weighed down by the overbearing front page.
They appear as an expandable sidebar and are easily created by clicking the "create" button and entering subreddits of your choosing. You can also view other users public multireddits and, if you like them, can create a copy of their curation for your own sidebar.
When you're logged in to Reddit, you'll be able to upvote and downvote items to help determine their rank. You get one vote per item, but you can change it after it's logged.
The number appearing between the up and down arrows is the submission's score: According to Reddit's FAQ , these numbers are "fuzzed" to prevent spam and abuse. You may also notice that posts with the highest score do not always rank at the top. This is due to Reddit's time decay algorithm. Posts on the front page are obviously more visible, and therefore have a higher chance of being upvoted.
But the site wouldn't be valuable if the same content remained on the front page all day. If you really want to get into the weeds on how Reddit's "hot algortithm" works, Martin recommends this blog post by programmer Amir Salihefendic.
Seeing what the "hive mind" has already deemed worthy of the front page is fun, but every submission has to start somewhere. If you want to see fresh submissions, click the "new" tab at the top of the front page or choose a subreddit. There, you'll see things that have been submitted moments ago, and you can play a role in building their momentum, or downvoting them into oblivion.
Most of the content you'll find here is probably uninspired, but you never know what gems you might discover. Find out which content is picking up steam by click the "rising" link. This will show you posts within the "new" tab that are gaining traction, but aren't quite front page material yet. You can also select the "controversial" tab to see which posts are battlegrounds for upvotes vs.
Reddit Karma is an accumulation of "goodwill" you receive when users upvote your posts or comments. It doesn't give you any overt influence and it cannot be cashed in for fabulous prizes, but a healthy amount of Karma on your profile alerts others that you add value to the community.
There are two types of Karma: Both are displayed on your user profile in the upper right-hand corner and are to be worn as badges of honor. Shorthand and acronyms are persistent on Reddit.
You'll become familiar with them as you spend time on the site. Submitting a link to Reddit couldn't be simpler. Title your post, paste the URL and choose the subreddit you want it to appear in. The most-subscribed subreddits will appear as suggestions, but you can type in any existing category. Click submit and watch your post fly to the front page. More than 70, links are shared to Reddit each day, according to Martin. So the likelihood of yours picking up steam is slim. But there are a few things you can do to get it seen in a sea of content.
Target the Right Community: Redditors have a penchant for wit. Regardless of subject matter, top posts and comments are likely humorous. Controversial political topics are often found and discussed on the front page. Interesting facts, in-depth reads and first-hand personal stories often perform well on Reddit. We like to highlight the most fascinating factoids found on Reddit each week. The links you submit only warrant a title, but text posts non-link submissions, also known as "Self Posts" and comments can be formatted to include their own links and emphasis.
Below is a cheat sheet from the Reddit help section:. Disingenuous posts or comments don't last long on Reddit. The community is extremely skeptical of marketers and diligent about policing spam. Any such activity is quickly downvoted out of sight.
Whereas brands are encouraged to connect with users on Facebook and Twitter, the Reddit community is generally uninterested in marketers intruding on the conversation. There are rare exceptions, however.
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