[Method] - Cashing in on Reddit - Q&A method

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This looks good but I fall at the first fence because my Reddit accounts have no karma. My posts never appear. Can anyone suggest ways to build karma quickly? Any easy subreddits to post to where the mods are not strict?
 

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Still no experiences?

Alright, I’ll make a brand new site and post the results later this week.
Hey! Just stumbled across this. Looking forward to seeing your results. Seems like a good way to drive traffic not just sales.
 

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So I threw together a site three days ago and posted it the next day. It was something super basic and I probably spent 2 hours total on the site itself. Maybe an hour, if that, creating the content for Reddit and managing the post once it was up.

Using only methods I explained in this topic and taken from my tutorial these are the results:

Question thread: Over 3700 upvotes, still up on Reddit, lots of engagement

Answer thread: Over 1000 upvotes, I removed this myself once the experiment was done as posting a link with a comment typically works best with an active account. I use the account for other personal projects.

Qualified Click-thrus to website: About 280, extremely low for what I'm used to but I was literally only doing this because not a single person in this thread has come back with any sort of results.

Clicks on link on website: A little over 30, that's typical when you start hyper-filtering your traffic for the kind of campaign I was running.

Qualified clicks with EPC (earnings per click): 14 for the campaign with an EPC of 33 cents.

That was with a recycled campaign and basically no further effort. This was also a hyper-filtered campaign where a user would have to - click on Reddit post, see comment, click on link in comment, click on link in content, be qualified, click through multi-page affiliate offer. You're losing close to an order of magnitude with every step. The HUGE traffic comes from posting a direct link to your website on Reddit, but this specific campaign wasn't built for that.

The nice thing is there are a couple of small tweaks I can make to the Reddit content and the website which will probably allow me to run this campaign on a more permanent basis. The site is already there, the site content is there, all I have to do is change things up a bit.
 

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So I threw together a site three days ago and posted it the next day. It was something super basic and I probably spent 2 hours total on the site itself. Maybe an hour, if that, creating the content for Reddit and managing the post once it was up.

Using only methods I explained in this topic and https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/its-time-to-realize-the-full-potential-of-your-website-with-reddit.1344532/ these are the results:

Question thread: Over 3700 upvotes, still up on Reddit, lots of engagement

Answer thread: Over 1000 upvotes, I removed this myself once the experiment was done as posting a link with a comment typically works best with an active account. I use the account for other personal projects.

Qualified Click-thrus to website: About 280, extremely low for what I'm used to but I was literally only doing this because not a single person in this thread has come back with any sort of results.

Clicks on link on website: A little over 30, that's typical when you start hyper-filtering your traffic for the kind of campaign I was running.

Qualified clicks with EPC (earnings per click): 14 for the campaign with an EPC of 33 cents.

That was with a recycled campaign and basically no further effort. This was also a hyper-filtered campaign where a user would have to - click on Reddit post, see comment, click on link in comment, click on link in content, be qualified, click through multi-page affiliate offer. You're losing close to an order of magnitude with every step. The HUGE traffic comes from posting a direct link to your website on Reddit, but this specific campaign wasn't built for that.

The nice thing is there are a couple of small tweaks I can make to the Reddit content and the website which will probably allow me to run this campaign on a more permanent basis. The site is already there, the site content is there, all I have to do is change things up a bit.
Thanks a ton for the update! I'm working on a project right now then I'll be doing this asap!!! I'll let you know my results and steps!
 

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So I threw together a site three days ago and posted it the next day. It was something super basic and I probably spent 2 hours total on the site itself. Maybe an hour, if that, creating the content for Reddit and managing the post once it was up.

Using only methods I explained in this topic and taken from my tutorial these are the results:

Question thread: Over 3700 upvotes, still up on Reddit, lots of engagement

Answer thread: Over 1000 upvotes, I removed this myself once the experiment was done as posting a link with a comment typically works best with an active account. I use the account for other personal projects.

Qualified Click-thrus to website: About 280, extremely low for what I'm used to but I was literally only doing this because not a single person in this thread has come back with any sort of results.

Clicks on link on website: A little over 30, that's typical when you start hyper-filtering your traffic for the kind of campaign I was running.

Qualified clicks with EPC (earnings per click): 14 for the campaign with an EPC of 33 cents.

That was with a recycled campaign and basically no further effort. This was also a hyper-filtered campaign where a user would have to - click on Reddit post, see comment, click on link in comment, click on link in content, be qualified, click through multi-page affiliate offer. You're losing close to an order of magnitude with every step. The HUGE traffic comes from posting a direct link to your website on Reddit, but this specific campaign wasn't built for that.

The nice thing is there are a couple of small tweaks I can make to the Reddit content and the website which will probably allow me to run this campaign on a more permanent basis. The site is already there, the site content is there, all I have to do is change things up a bit.
so you made $4.62?
 

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What I mean with WP is, can it be done with xyz.WordPress.com, or site.google.com or xyz.wixx.com, or medium blog, etc "free" blog sites? What I am seeing is whenever I put links for site.google, the comment doesn't show up when checked with another account. The count of comments updates on the post but the comment doesn't show up. The account used to comment was not shadowbanned or suspended for sure. Even when checked the profile through another account, there too comment doesn't show, just thread link to which comment was made shows.

So is it like, reddit does not allow free site links at all? Multiple small, large, variety of niche tried on reddit, same results. And account is active. Comments without these links are visible.
 

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What I mean with WP is, can it be done with xyz.WordPress.com, or site.google.com or xyz.wixx.com, or medium blog, etc "free" blog sites? What I am seeing is whenever I put links for site.google, the comment doesn't show up when checked with another account. The count of comments updates on the post but the comment doesn't show up. The account used to comment was not shadowbanned or suspended for sure. Even when checked the profile through another account, there too comment doesn't show, just thread link to which comment was made shows.

So is it like, reddit does not allow free site links at all? Multiple small, large, variety of niche tried on reddit, same results. And account is active. Comments without these links are visible.

For almost every major sub, you’re going to get filtered using a free site. You’ll need to spring for the $15-20 it runs for a domain with privacy protection.
 

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For almost every major sub, you’re going to get filtered using a free site. You’ll need to spring for the $15-20 it runs for a domain with privacy protection.
Well I tried couple of questions, which were framed such that maximum people would respond or engage. Got 2.2k views to the question, 12 upvotes, 3 clicks on link. What I feel is, you should be lucky enough to get traction or need to spend some $ to upvote your own question to say 1k upvotes and then hope for it to get traction.
 

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Hi OP, the second reddit account to be used to reply, does it need to be aged one too with karma?
 

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Well I tried couple of questions, which were framed such that maximum people would respond or engage. Got 2.2k views to the question, 12 upvotes, 3 clicks on link. What I feel is, you should be lucky enough to get traction or need to spend some $ to upvote your own question to say 1k upvotes and then hope for it to get traction.
I think OP did mention that you can pay for upvotes buts "its not everything"
 
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