Made over $3000 in 3 days using Reddit

FannyG

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Hey all,
I made over $3000 in 3 days promoting my affiliate link on Reddit. It's a goldmine!
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Good job. Reddit can be very good place to get conversions but usually very strict about promoting anykind of links.
 

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good job, my main source of traffic is reddit too, but im promoting fiverr affiliates
 

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I shared a screenshot of my earnings from a Reddit post once and got probably 25+ PMs/DMs, all from people wanting to see exactly what was posted, what I was promoting, how it’s done, etc.

My advice to you @FannyG is to not share anything remotely specific. Reddit mods scour IM forums (I mod former default subs myself) and they’ll get your Reddit accounts suspended, get your site banned from Reddit and try getting your affiliate accounts disabled.
 

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I shared a screenshot of my earnings from a Reddit post once and got probably 25+ PMs/DMs, all from people wanting to see exactly what was posted, what I was promoting, how it’s done, etc.

My advice to you @FannyG is to not share anything remotely specific. Reddit mods scour IM forums (I mod former default subs myself) and they’ll get your Reddit accounts suspended, get your site banned from Reddit and try getting your affiliate accounts disabled.
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Pretty impressive, does it gets saturated with time?
 

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My advice to you @FannyG is to not share anything remotely specific. Reddit mods scour IM forums (I mod former default subs myself) and they’ll get your Reddit accounts suspended, get your site banned from Reddit and try getting your affiliate accounts disabled.

Why would a Reddit mod scour IM forums looking for individuals exposing themselves, when they can just look at the posts and comments being submitted and just doing their jobs as a moderator? If you aren't getting reports, then it must be benefitting the community, but sure I can accept that some mods are petty and don't want anyone to make money even if it benefits everyone. But there are hundreds of big IM forums, with thousands of threads created every day. It's not even remotely feasible. You are going to spend a hundred hours to find a single person who has exposed enough information that you can track down their Reddit account. It's just not logical. I can find you 100 affiliates looking at reddit for an hour.
 

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Congrats mate!
Maybe you can share your strategy with us, please?
I can answer some questions
Ummmmm.. well done, I guess...
Ummmm..Thanks, I guess...
Good job. Reddit can be very good place to get conversions but usually very strict about promoting anykind of links.
Yes, have to be careful
What site/program are you promoting?
Sorry, can't say
good job, my main source of traffic is reddit too, but im promoting fiverr affiliates
Interesting
More information
Ask me questions
I shared a screenshot of my earnings from a Reddit post once and got probably 25+ PMs/DMs, all from people wanting to see exactly what was posted, what I was promoting, how it’s done, etc.

My advice to you @FannyG is to not share anything remotely specific. Reddit mods scour IM forums (I mod former default subs myself) and they’ll get your Reddit accounts suspended, get your site banned from Reddit and try getting your affiliate accounts disabled.
Noted! Thanks.
Yup
Pretty impressive, does it gets saturated with time?
Nope
Why would a Reddit mod scour IM forums looking for individuals exposing themselves, when they can just look at the posts and comments being submitted and just doing their jobs as a moderator? If you aren't getting reports, then it must be benefitting the community, but sure I can accept that some mods are petty and don't want anyone to make money even if it benefits everyone. But there are hundreds of big IM forums, with thousands of threads created every day. It's not even remotely feasible. You are going to spend a hundred hours to find a single person who has exposed enough information that you can track down their Reddit account. It's just not logical. I can find you 100 affiliates looking at reddit for an hour.
It depends on how much info is exposed. There are a lot of jealous people around.
 

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Why would a Reddit mod scour IM forums looking for individuals exposing themselves, when they can just look at the posts and comments being submitted and just doing their jobs as a moderator? If you aren't getting reports, then it must be benefitting the community, but sure I can accept that some mods are petty and don't want anyone to make money even if it benefits everyone. But there are hundreds of big IM forums, with thousands of threads created every day. It's not even remotely feasible. You are going to spend a hundred hours to find a single person who has exposed enough information that you can track down their Reddit account. It's just not logical. I can find you 100 affiliates looking at reddit for an hour.

I, myself, really only focus on hateful posts/comments. Some of the stuff I’ve seen in mod discords though is intense. There are tools and people who track everything. It doesn’t take 100 hours when you can scan the word “Reddit” on BHW and check for links/screenshots in 2 minutes. There are default mods who have accounts here. That’s why you should never EVER share screenshots, publicly or privately, with info identifying an account or post.

Affiliate IDs are a huge giveaway and there isn’t much someone can do about it long-term. Same with Adsense IDs. If you’re going to run promotions worth your time, you’re going to run into issues. That being said, most of the focus for Reddit is on giant spam rings with thousands of accounts which rely on quantity over quality. If you essentially stay under the radar and aren’t blatant about self-promotion, you might get banned from a few subs, but your site will be fine.
 

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I, myself, really only focus on hateful posts/comments. Some of the stuff I’ve seen in mod discords though is intense. There are tools and people who track everything. It doesn’t take 100 hours when you can scan the word “Reddit” on BHW and check for links/screenshots in 2 minutes. There are default mods who have accounts here. That’s why you should never EVER share screenshots, publicly or privately, with info identifying an account or post.

Affiliate IDs are a huge giveaway and there isn’t much someone can do about it long-term. Same with Adsense IDs. If you’re going to run promotions worth your time, you’re going to run into issues. That being said, most of the focus for Reddit is on giant spam rings with thousands of accounts which rely on quantity over quality. If you essentially stay under the radar and aren’t blatant about self-promotion, you might get banned from a few subs, but your site will be fine.
True
Congratz.
Thanjs
I'm not giving away my method. You can ask specific questions.
 

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Since nobody wrote the most classic reply to this type of threads, I will:

Congrats! Now scale this shit up!

Now really, that's a very good result and you got paid $50 per conversion, almost like you promoted Andrew Tate's HU :D
 
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