Questions tagged [reddit]

Reddit is a social content-aggregation website. Reddit is comprised of a loose network of "subreddits", which aggregates related content that is sorted by community voting.

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Are there reliable community benefits to “cake days”?

Your "cake day" is the anniversary of the day you joined a site. These are probably most well known from Reddit, but are also supported in some other internet softwares, or from mods. My experience, ...
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How can I persuade Redditors on a Subreddit to use Stack Exchange for the same subject?

Some SEs would gain more value from more experts, and subreddits usually have more users than a given SE. For example — How can you convince users at r/ask_lawyers, r/auslaw, r/canadalaw, r/law, r/...
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Republish the same content posted on subreddit

Some months ago I decided to write a huge and detailed post using a specific subreddit to a relevant niche of my market. The thread had something like 100 votes that is very good for the sub and ...
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Would reporting a violating comment beneficial if it has a rule reminder?

In the subreddit Change My View, a person give a response why my view wouldn't work. I give a response to them, and this is how it goes: - Yeah, this only supports everything I said before - can ...
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Strategies for keeping multiple platforms in sync?

I have a small video web site (hosted with Wordpress), a subreddit, a YouTube channel and Twitter. Once in a while one of my videos gets some attention on reddit and I'm having trouble keeping my ...
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How can I get more people to join the Mindstorms subreddit?

I've been the mod for quite a while and I've been trying to pick up the traffic the subreddit gets but I have had little to no results. I tried challenge threads and no one bothers. I've done ...
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How can we encourage users to report misconduct correctly?

I've encountered a subset of users in my subreddit that are interested in helping us curate content by reporting submissions that don't belong, but instead of using the reporting feature, I've seen ...
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Do long-term “icebreaker” threads foster quality discussion?

I moderate a subreddit that primarily sees submissions in the form of news articles, with very little discussion in the comments except for very important news or events. I would like to automate ...
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Migrating to Reddit from forum

My time, as a community leader, is limited. I've found that spending time managing the infrastructure of my community has become to time consuming - updates to forum software, plugins, templates, spam ...
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How strict should we be with racist comments on a satire reddit?

I am a mod on a rather growing satire subreddit and I want to know how strict should we be with racist comments. What reasoning is there for acceptable levels of racism in satire?
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How can I better curate against blogspam?

I am a moderator of a subreddit - a sub-section of Reddit where link and text posts with a specific focus are aggregated and shared. One of my primary responsibilities is to curate the "front page" of ...