Why Reddit Continues to be Relevant


According to Digg’s top brass, these changes were meant to bring in more revenue to the site, giving corporations and companies more control over content and more exposure for their own content. Reddit. Reddit is (was?)

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How to Use Reddit to Boost Your Marketing through the Roof

Webbiquity SMM

Reddit is the 30 th busiest website in the world, attracting a whopping 56 billion pageviews and helping to popularise millions of pieces of content each year. What is Reddit and How Does it Work? Reddit is a content curation and sharing site. Learn from Reddit.

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Indian Companies on Twitter – A Usage Study

The Marketing Blog

39 pm Indian Companies on Twitter – A Usage Study Jump to Comments We recently did a study to understand how the businesses in India are using twitter. For this study we profiled 66 companies from ’9′ verticals and analysed them on different quantitative & qualitative parameters like no. Iffort Consulting , a NCR based social media consulting firm has researched the Twitter usage by companies in India.

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Yelp is Broken and Social Flashmobs Apparently Rule

Direct Marketing Observations

I was just reading about the social media meltdown of Amy’s Baking Company in Scottsdale, if you’re not familiar with it, the restaurant was featured on Chef Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares production that airs on the FOX Network.

First User Growth, Now Revenue Growth Falters at Twitter | Social You Should Know

Ignite Social Media

Imagine that your company made $600 million in just three months, up 20% from a year ago, but everyone was mad about it. Check it out here, plus more about Reddit and Social Fresh, in this week’s Social You Should Know.

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5 Hot New Trends in Social Media

The Social Media Incubator

In another contest, a travel company asked Pinterest followers to play a lottery. Reddit Ask Me Anything – Is your business or profession particularly unique or quirky? Reddit’s AMA (Ask Me Anything) feature helps you establish your expertise online by posting your credentials and answering visitor questions. Amidst all the hype, it’s pretty clear that social media is here to stay as a viable marketing avenue for businesses large and small.

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Company Settles with FTC for $250,000 Over Misleading Online Reviews

Bill Hartzer

A company that sells guitar-lesson DVDs online has settled with the Federal Trade Commission for a whopping $250,000 over charges that the company “deceptively advertised its products through online affiliate marketers who falsely posed as ordinary consumers or independent reviewers&#.

44 Questions to Ask Your Search Engine Optimization Company

Bill Hartzer

In fact, the work I did over a year ago still has my client ranking above the company referred to in the article, and I did it all without buying one single link. Apparently being “penalized in Google&# cost Ryan Abood’s company $4 million. Share this on Reddit.

Monitoring Your Company’s Brand Online with MutualMind

Bill Hartzer

If you’re looking for a way to find out what people really think of your company, MutualMind , has all the tools you need to do just that. MutualMind can also allow you to see what is being said about your competitors, and see how your company compares. Share this on Reddit.

Customer Satisfaction: Social Media Websites Rank Among The Worst

The Realtime Report

The bad news: social media websites rank among the worst-performing companies researched by the ACSI. YouTube has increased 3% to 73, matching the average of the “all other” social media category, which includes Instagram, Reddit, and Tumblr.

Facebook Message Ends with Sender Receiving Free Custom Phone

The Social Media Incubator

What Samsung did not think of was that Shane’s message, which he posted on Reddit , and the company’s response would go viral. Social media – keeping your company top of mind!

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How 16 Companies are Dominating the World’s Google Search Results

Viper Chill

Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies. More specifically I’ll reveal how just 16 core companies are dominating the most popular industries online and how that situation is going to get a whole lot worse.

Survey: Third of Companies Use Social Media to Promote Their Business

Bill Hartzer

Twenty-nine percent of companies with 500 or fewer employees are utilizing social networking in some way. A brand new CareerBuilder survey reports that 35 % of employers use social media to market their company. They’re also using social media to study companies and jobs.

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FACE: 4 Traits To Look For When Hiring Your Social Media Community Manager

SocMed Sean

A message might be right for one channel – like Facebook, but fail miserably on another channel – like Reddit. A strong Community Manager can bring everyone together, so they feel served by your company – via GIPHY.

Top Five: New apps, new features in social media

Sherrilynne Starkie

This week's top 5 must-know news from the world of social media including Google Podcast, LinkedIn Kudos, Reddit Ads, Instagram Algorithm and Cisions's Influencer tool. Native autoplay video ads come to Reddit. Reddit launched a new video ad product. REPORT. Sherrilynne Starkie.

115 Facts You Never Knew About Social Media [Infographic]

Webbiquity SMM

Did you know that Reddit is the most popular social media platform as a source of news? 73% of companies recently reported that they have successfully hired a candidate from a social media search. Guest post by Josh Wardini.

Social Networking Stats: Comparing Top Brands (Big vs. Small) on Twitter, #RLTM Scoreboard

The Realtime Report

Reddit: 100 million monthly unique visitors. via Reddit. Top Brands on Twitter: Enterprise Brands Vs. Small Companies. 92% of brands tweet at least once daily; the average Interbrand company tweets 12x per day. Interbrand companies average 43,100 engagements per month.

Social Round Up – Hopes & Predictions for 2020

Ignite Social Media

Another platform we may see marketers migrate to is Reddit. While brands have been wary of joining the space for some time due to Reddit’s notoriously tough audience, the platform is becoming more attractive as it, too, rolls out more robust advertising capabilities.

87 More Vital Social Media Marketing Facts and Stats for 2012

Webbiquity SMM

Though social media marketing is now used in about 90% of companies, techniques, platforms and best practices continue to evolve. Reddit and Tumblr are among the “youngest” networks, with half or more of users under 35 years old. Fortune 500 companies tend to be antisocial.

The Long Tales - The Best In Business Innovation Content - Issue #3

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What are the major marketing and communication holding companies doing? The big holding companies are not relics treading water driven on traditional models. Being a (small) part of the largest marketing and communications holding company, I can tell you this: WPP is not just one big marketing company. It's naive to call P&G a simple CPG company. It's would be equally naive to call WPP a traditional advertising company. reddit.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #308

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But this, this is something different: once the lawyers for big CO2 emitting companies start to worry about financial liabilities for the effects of climate change, once rating agencies and the markets start baking that into their calculus, well, things might change faster than we thought."

This Blog Is Dead

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Let''s forgo the irony that this piece was published on a blog and read this: "Instead of blogging, people are posting to Tumblr , tweeting, pinning things to their board, posting to Reddit , Snapchat ting, updating Facebook statuses, Instagram ming, and publishing on Medium. Instead of launching blogs, companies are building mobile apps, Newsstand magazines on iOS, and things like The Verge. reddit. Let''s admit it. Blogging (as we knew it) is dead.

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Reddit. " Here's a Reddit thread that exposes all of the dirty secrets retailers play to influence buyers. Malcolm Gladwell Has No Idea Why "The Tipping Point" Was A Hit - Fast Company. fast company. reddit.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #244

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Architects I work for just gave the best reactions I''ve ever seen in person - Reddit. It''s a pretty incredible read about design, lifestyle, success and what the future holds for Apple (a trillion dollar company, the world''s largest watch company and a luxury brand). reddit. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Best LinkedIn Guides, Tips and Tactics of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

43% of employees at the largest companies in the US use LinkedIn for professional reasons, compared to 11% on Facebook. LinkedIn New Feature – Follow Company by Success CREEations. LinkedIn Launches ‘Company Pages’ by MediaPost Online Media Daily.

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Fast food workers of Reddit, what is the one menu option at your employment that you would recommend people never eat? Because of cooking safety, cleanliness, unhealthy, etc) - Reddit. That being said, I've also been following Reddit since it was introduced to me by our friend, Julien Smith , many years back. In trying to figure out how Reddit beat Digg in terms of building a viable community, look no further than this piece as an example. fast company. reddit.

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Your Best Business Partner Is Your Polar Opposite; Here's How To Get Along With Them - Fast Company. fast company. reddit. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Katie Couric Will Give Us The Internet That We Deserve

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At the same time, Apple is still pushing iTunes Radio and Yahoo is making all kinds of waves this week by announcing that Katie Couric will be joining the company as their "Global Anchor" (does anybody know what that title even means?). We need the folks at Reddit to re-imagine the quirky corners of publishing, news and tidbits that will never have the mass appeal and scale to reach The New York Times. online company. reddit. What kind of Internet do we want?

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #143

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Say what you will about our connected culture, but it's hard to imagine something like this happening in a world where the story would fly to the top of reddit or be widely shared on Facebook." Now, with a warchest of money to tinker with, companies like Google are tackling some of the most interesting challenges in society. reddit. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Social Media for Non-Profits: How One Small Charity Makes it Work

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Marketing , Social Media > Social Media for Non-Profits: How One Small Charity Makes it Work Social Media for Non-Profits: How One Small Charity Makes it Work by Tamar Weinberg on August 14, 2009 Share In the spirit of featuring case studies like the ones in Chapter 4 of The New Community Rules , I am going to highlight other companies that have excelled in their social media achievements.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #121

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I am Alexander Rhodes - the Suspicious Onlooker, aspiring actor, and #8 overall on IMDB thanks to Reddit. AMA - reddit. Well, leave it to Reddit to break the Internet once again. This is a multi-part story: first, Alexander Rhodes , AKA "Suspicious Onlooker" in the forthcoming, Jack Reacher , told Reddit he was in the film. " Amazon is an amazing company, because there is so much focus on what they do. reddit.

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The 350-Year-Old British Post Office Is Leading The Mobile Payments Charge - Fast Company. Mother Jones article from 1999: Repeal of Glass-Steagall will 'create too-big-to-fail institutions that are someday likely to drain the public treasury as taxpayers bail out imperiled financial giants to protect the stability of the nation's banking system.' - Reddit. The original article is a sobering reading, and the Reddit comment thread, as always, is filled with good stuff as well."

Moving People Creates Movements

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It could get popular on a site like Reddit. Your words might inspire a company to take action and hire you as their consultant or agency. reddit. architecture art blog blogging bookpublisher brand content creativity dogsplayingpoker facebook franklloydwright journalism ladygaga literaryagent magazine marketer marketinginnovation massmedia motorhead move movement moving music newmedia newspaper publishing reddit salvadordali socialmedia twitterWhat is art?

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"My only regret with this piece is that it comes off as a little heavy-handed in the self-promotional department (the author works for the company they describe). reddit.

Blogging: Social Media is Not Only About Social Media Sites

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Well, for one, social media users — that is, users on social news sites such as Digg, Mixx, Reddit — are not particularly enthusiastic about the proliferation of marketers in their community.

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Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #134

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This behind-the-scenes look at reddit 's biggest-ever AMA is heartening, not just because it was actually fairly genuine, but because I believe crowdsourced, unfiltered threads of discussions are our best hope of improving today's hopelessly flawed representative-democracy model. "UK-based Vodafone is one of the big mobile communications companies in the world, with business in Europe, the UK, the United States, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. reddit.

3 Golden Business Rules for Social Media Engagement

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Many companies partake in this “shiny toy syndrome&# and do it all without a plan or strategy in place. This may be nothing more than a refresher course in the Captain Obvious department but even the savviest of companies is still missing the boat.

How to Use Facebook for Business and Marketing

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

In fact, you’re likely spotting the shift; instead of companies posting their URLs on television commercials, they’re asking their followers to join them on Facebook. If you are officially representing your company, you’d want to create an Official Page.

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Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #33

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"I came across this via Reddit. Fast Company. According to this Fast Company article, 'Bloomberg reports that a poll of global investors reveals that 69% of them think that Facebook is overvalued. fast company. reddit. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #58

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"Aaron Swartz is a hacker, co-creator of RSS , co-founder of Reddit and most recently a data activist, working on open government and data access issues. circa 2007 (pre- iPhone ) was a very different company than Apple Inc. reddit. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

However, that figure rises if you work for a company generating at least $10 million in annual revenue, or you’re in management (in which case it’s $109,000). have a company page on at least one social networking site (but only 39% blog and just 26% tweet).

Top social networks: Guide to images for company pages

The Way of the Web

If you’re updating your company logos, re-branding, or simply want to change images to give your page a refresh, then it’s important to ensure you know the right image dimensions, file sizes and positioning for each social network.

8 Frequently Asked Questions by SEO Clients


Trust is definitely a big thing as some clients might have had bad experiences with previous SEO companies. How many SEO companies are out there who are making money through clients without giving them anything in return? Share this on Reddit.