These were the top posts on Reddit in July 2022

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Welcome back to another edition of our Reddit rankings for July 2022, where once again we looked back at the top communities, posts, and link posts of the month. . The top posts on Reddit in July 2022. The top posts on Reddit were dominated by r/MadeMeSmile and r/memes.

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These were the top communities on Reddit in May 2022

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In our latest edition of the monthly Reddit rankings, r/memes returned to the top, displacing the seasonal r/place that had held the number one spot in April. The highest scoring Reddit communities of May 2022. Top posts on Reddit in May 2022 .

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These were the top scoring Reddit posts in April 2022

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Social networks all have their own ecosystems, personalities, focuses, and in-jokes, and Reddit’s is unlike any other. The highest scoring Reddit communities of April 2022. Top posts on Reddit in April 2022 . The top link posts on Reddit in April 2022.

Announcing the NewsWhip x Reddit Partnership

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Today, we’re excited to introduce a partnership with Reddit that will enable our users to explore what’s happening across Reddit’s network of more than 130,000 active communities — and for the first time ever, provide them a way to search Reddit comments. Get Redditing.

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These were the top communities on Reddit in June 2022

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Once again r/memes took the top spot in the June edition of our Reddit rankings, easily beating out the competition for the top community on the platform. . The highest scoring Reddit communities of June 2022. Top posts on Reddit in June 2022. Communications & PR Reddit

Reddit 101 for PR pros

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Reddit 101 for PR pros

Reddit marketing with Awario: a how-to guide + DOs & DON'Ts

Awario

This article will show how to do social listening on Reddit and never miss a conversation about your brand. And what to do when you finally know everything about your brand's Reddit live

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How to Use Awario for Reddit Lead Generation

Awario

In this article, we’ll go over one of the ways to tap into the stream of businesses going online — social media selling on Reddit

Following market trends: New Reddit feature puts videos in front of wider audiences

Agility PR Solutions

When users of the Reddit app recently opened the platform, they could notice a new button next to their search bar. The post Following market trends: New Reddit feature puts videos in front of wider audiences appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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In a messaging muddle, Reddit faces concerns about $150M Chinese bump

PR Daily

The controversial source of a huge cash infusion had Reddit execs jittery about announcing it—and they didn’t even get to trumpet their own victory. Beyond the Tencent concerns lies a major question: Can Reddit convince advertisers and consumers that it has the team and assets to go toe to toe with those goliaths? To top it off, Reddit didn’t even have a chance to crow about the windfall. Reddit’s move offered an opening for TechCrunch to bring up past controversies.

Reddit CEO: 'We screwed up'

PR Daily

Reddit, one of the web’s most popular sites, faced a user revolt over the weekend after the company fired talent director Victoria Taylor last week. Taylor was a popular and highly visible figure at Reddit, having coordinated several of the high-profile r/IAmA (Ask Me Anything) sessions on the site, which featured celebrities and even President Barack Obama. The mods and the community have lost trust in me and in us, the administrators of reddit.

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How PR pros can score wins on Reddit

PR Daily

However, there is one often overlooked social media site PR pros tend to miss: Reddit. Reddit is a goldmine for PR professionals, and if you’re not paying attention now, you should be. What is Reddit? First and foremost, Reddit is about community. Reddit is a network of over 100,000 communities based on interests where people (called Redditors) discover the topics most relevant to them. Some 51% of Reddit users are between the ages of 18 and 34.

7 ways marketers can use Reddit

PR Daily

There is no social media site more misunderstood and undervalued by PR pros and marketers than Reddit. Reddit is nicknamed the “front page of the Internet” for a reason. That said, many PR pros and marketers are quick to dismiss Reddit as a viable outlet because of their own preconceived notions or due to horror stories they have heard. Here are seven steps to use this platform—a Reddit marketing guide—that won’t anger the mob: 1. Use Reddit for keyword research.

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How to promote your brand on Reddit

PR Daily

It can be difficult to know where to start when considering Reddit for marketing. Even though it has been around for more than a decade, it’s still hard to explain what exactly Reddit is to people. The great thing about Reddit is that it changes to suit you,” fans are fond of saying. If it is a big enough change to suit anyone, that means there are plenty of ways to use Reddit for marketing. Putting on an AMA, or other pieces of content on Reddit can be risky.

What is an AMA?

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Reddit AMAs give individuals the chance to share their unique perspectives and experiences in their career, life and more. Social Media AMA Interview q&a reddit social media

9 ways marketers can use Reddit

PR Daily

Reddit calls itself “the front page of the internet” for a reason. You can set up a Reddit advertising campaign. Gabriel Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo search engine, found that Reddit ads drove more traffic to his website than Facebook, StumbleUpon or Google Adwords. He also found that through Reddit, you can reach a coveted audience: those who engage with your product and stick around your website. Reddit users are a great source of ideas.

Brands *should* be adopting Reddit–so why aren’t they?

Communications Conversations

Especially on the heels of recent news that Reddit’s user base now outnumbers Twitter’s. In fact, Reddit now has the THIRD MOST users (330 million) of any social platform on the web (behind only Facebook and Instagram). What’s more, Reddit has grown a whopping 30 percent in just the last six months. It’s the time users spent on Reddit. Oh, also: Reddit is continuing to make its platform better. Reddit’s users have a rep.

Electronic Arts slammed by customers on Reddit

PR Daily

Reddit user MBMMaverick took to the StarWarsBattlefront subreddit to voice his (and many fellow gamers’) frustration. The Reddit post’s popularity quickly spiked over the weekend, and EA took note. We appreciate the candid feedback, and the passion the community has put forth around the current topics here on Reddit, our forums and across numerous social media outlets. Reddit users have a long history of EA hate. How do you use Reddit, PR Daily readers?

Reddit reveals major data breach, promises security fix

PR Daily

Reddit became the latest company to reveal that hackers gained access to private information, including email addresses, user credentials and private messages. Reddit revealed the breach in a blog post : On June 19, we learned that between June 14 and June 18, an attacker compromised a few of our employees’ accounts with our cloud and source code hosting providers. Instead, Reddit offered actions that it was taking to protect users in the future: Some highlights.

Reddit announces new policies in wake of user revolt

PR Daily

Reddit has been scrambling to recover from a series of high-profile shakeups at the site that didn’t sit well with its enormous user base. Here are some of the Reddit updates that users can expect: Content Policy. Do you think these changes will help Reddit emerge from its recent problems relatively unscathed This week, more reports surfaced revealing that the company is " hemorrhaging women. ". Its response?

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What went wrong with Nissan's Reddit 'ask me anything'

PR Daily

We can all learn a few valuable lessons from Nissan, whose recent Reddit AMA (ask me anything) went “ horribly wrong ,” according to multiple sources. AMAs on Reddit tend to be wildly popular. Reddit dismissed this notion, telling Mashable that it’s “fairly common for us to see a lot of new Redditors asking questions based on followers and fans recruited through Twitter or other social media platforms who haven''t used Reddit before, and Nissan tweeted quite a bit about this AMA.”.

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How to host an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Reddit

PR Daily

A Reddit AMA—“Ask me Anything”—can be a great opportunity for a business or individual to reach a large audience by answering questions about topic expertise or services in real time. The /r/IAmA subreddit is one of the most influential parts of Reddit, hosting guests that have included A-list celebs, SR-71 pilots and even former president Barack Obama. Reddit will ding you for this, and you’ll lose credit. To host a Reddit AMA, you must verify your identity.

How health care pros and patients use Reddit

PR Daily

Around 80 percent of folks on Reddit are 18- to 35-year-olds, an often difficult market for health care communicators to reach. You can find this population on Reddit, the 11-year-old network that prides itself on “front page news” that’s “upvoted” and “downvoted” by its community. If you’re not well versed on Reddit, Mashable’s description is succinct: What differentiates it from a real-time information network like Twitter is that the stream of content is curated by the community.

Schools suspend on-site classes as COVID-19 spreads, Reddit launches a marketing feature, and Wingstop offers ‘wearable billboards’

PR Daily

Reddit offers marketers ‘Trending Takeover’ feature. Brand managers have a new way of reaching the “front page of the internet’s” more than 430 million monthly active users: Reddit launched an ad product called “Trending Takeover.”.

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Discord and Reddit grapple with ‘WallStreetBets’ communities, Activision Blizzard defends DE&I hiring initiatives, and Twitter rebrands to embrace ‘real’ conversations

PR Daily

Here are today’s top stories: Discord and Reddit address ‘WallStreetBets’ community. The surge is thanks to individual investors putting a “short squeeze” on the stock in a concentrated campaign organized through the r/WallStreetBets community on Reddit and the group’s Discord server.

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To get its head around Reddit, Wall Street will have to stop calling it ‘dumb money’

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Since a group of traders on the foul-mouthed Reddit group WallStreetBets realised the collective impact they could have by rallying around a single stock, they’ve driven up its market value by over $22 billion in a couple of days. No doubt, the powers-that-be will be swift to shut down financial reddit, though one security lawyer, Andrew Calamari, told the New York Times that ‘simply garnering enthusiasm for people to go out and push the price up’ is, technically, not illegal.

Is Reddit the social platform communicators should be paying attention to?

Media Bullseye

Communicators and PR pros have typically shied away from Reddit as a platform for client engagement, in part because even defining or explaining what Reddit is can be a challenge—is it a news aggregation site or a discussion site, or…something else?—and, and, there’s also Reddit’s reputation as a freewheeling forum that might sometimes get a little too toxic. In late 2016, articles were being posted about Reddit “ tearing itself apart ” (Gizmodo).

Reddit’s new CEO looks to ‘re-establish a relationship with the community’

PR Daily

New Reddit CEO Steve Huffman began his tenure as top exec seeking to talk to users in their language, with an “ Ask Me Anything ” (AMA) thread. Huffman became Reddit’s third CEO in less than a year in the aftermath of Ellen Pao’s Friday announcement she was resigning from the top exec spot. In that announcement, she wrote: In my eight months as reddit’s CEO, I’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly on reddit. Nothing that undermines the integrity of reddit.

The Underdog of the Super Bowl

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Featured miller lite reddit Super Bowl wsbThe Super Bowl is so much more than just football. For some, the commercials are the reason to tune in each year. And these spots are among the most expensive advertisements.

Cleveland’s MLB team to change name, Reddit purchases short-form video app Dubsmash, and mobile video games to reach $165.9B this year

PR Daily

Reddit acquires TikTok rival Dubsmash. Reddit first launched video on its platform in 2017, and said its streaming video features have doubled in 2020, with users publishing “millions of videos.” . In a blog post, Reddit wrote : Dubsmash will bring two key strengths to Reddit.

Inside Journalism’s Social Media World – What Business Wire’s 2020 Media Survey Revealed | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

While Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, and WeChat, among others, made the list, the top three platforms being used are Twitter (76%), LinkedIn (66%), and Facebook (53%).

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The Ugly Side of Social Media Sharing

Waxing UnLyrical

” 3) Without asking or anyone else knowing, Susan’s friend’s boyfriend saw the picture, thought it was funny, uploaded it to Imgur, and posted it to Reddit. Here are some screen captures from the conversation with PreventDisease.com (this conversation was before we traced the original image back to Reddit/Imgur). ” While this image has been removed from Imgur and Reddit, it still remains widely available online. Guest post by Jenelle Conner.

Reddit offers livestreaming tools, chicken chains crow on Twitter, and top execs redefine the purpose of a corporation

PR Daily

Good morning, PR pros: Reddit is testing the livestreaming waters with a service dubbed the “Reddit Public Access Network.”. The Verge reported : Users who want to tune into broadcasts can do so directly from the subreddit, but top streams will appear on Reddit’s front page throughout the testing period, according to a blog post. Users will also be able to vote on their favorite stream, similar to Reddit’s upvote system, which will dictate what appears on the homepage.

Reddit offers livestreaming tools, chicken chains crow on Twitter, and top execs redefine the purpose of a corporation

PR Daily

Good morning, PR pros: Reddit is testing the livestreaming waters with a service dubbed the “Reddit Public Access Network.”. The Verge reported : Users who want to tune into broadcasts can do so directly from the subreddit, but top streams will appear on Reddit’s front page throughout the testing period, according to a blog post. Users will also be able to vote on their favorite stream, similar to Reddit’s upvote system, which will dictate what appears on the homepage.

Underrated Social Media Platforms for Your Business

HMA Public Relations

Though social media sites like Pinterest and Reddit are often overlooked, they can be an important asset to your business and provide opportunities for engagement.

NFL fumbles on Latino Heritage Month logo and Instagram partners on media kits

PR Daily

To help small and local businesses prepare for the holiday shopping season, Reddit has released a Holiday Activation Guide. According to the guide, one in three Reddit users actively supports small businesses during the holidays, with one in four users saying the same for local businesses. .

YouTube challenges TikTok with rich Shorts and how young Americans get news

PR Daily

Facebook is still the leading news site with 31% of Americans, followed by YouTube (25%), Twitter (14%), Instagram (13%), TikTok (10%), Reddit (8%), LinkedIn (4%), Snapchat (4%), Nextdoor (4%), WhatsApp (3%) and Twitch (1%). Plus: SnapChat adds new Question Stickers.

Wing sauce lip gloss, real-time Pinterest analytics and back-to-school shopping

PR Daily

Thanks to back-to-school planning, Reddit reported 85 million monthly views across parenting communities. Just over half of students (54%) said they were inspired by a new product or brand on Reddit, compared to 70% of parents. Plus: Airbnb removes a listing for a former slave cabin.

4 often-overlooked platforms for social media marketing

PR Daily

The most-popular sites are great, but less-used venues—Quora, Pinterest, Reddit and Nextdoor—offer terrific opportunities for community engagement. Reddit. Reddit isn’t a marketing play, as most social networks can be; it’s a community play. Microsoft uses Reddit as a customer service channel. Redditors (site users) have a long history of calling out companies that try to market (the traditional way, at least) on Reddit.

Brian Fanzo dishes top NFT mistakes to avoid

PR Daily

For example, Reddit just announced new collectible avatars and an entire NFT marketplace compatible with Etherium. It’s clear NFTs aren’t going away, despite the crypto crash. The headlines just keep coming.