Reddit did an amazing thing recently, that gave every user the possibility to place exactly one pixel every 5 minutes on a gigantic drawing board. What the community made of this was pretty incredible.
There were multiple Linux and video game logos, country flags and a ton of other stuff. I merely helped out keeping the tux (as seen above) in a good shape and revert stray pixels on its white belly 😉
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Reddit, the self-proclaimed front page of the internet can be a great source to drive traffic to your blog and get feedback. I only started being active in some of the subreddits that are relevant to programming and photography in the recent months, but it’s been a great experience, especially because of all the cool comments and critique of my posts!
How to use reddit or any social network for that matter for traffic is probably a hot topic anywhere, but I want to get into more than just gaining visitors. I actually have gotten some of the most valuable feedback as a blogger from posts on reddit and hacker news.
My most clicked post was a political piece about Obamas comment on allowing phones to be accessed by government agencies without restriction. Most hits came from Hacker News, but reddit was a factor too.
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