By Jennifer Friedman New York, New York—January 16, 2018—If you’re a new blogger, you’re probably used to seeing your post on your blog come to a close before it goes viral.
But if you’re looking for a little more of a thrill, a few of you might want to check out a post on Reddit, the online platform where many popular blogs publish their content.
On Reddit, a post about a particular topic or event is often accompanied by a link to a video, photo, or audio clip that explains the event in some detail.
In a nutshell, this is a kind of “video conferencing” where two people talk over the Internet.
And like video conferencers, video conferences also use social networking to gather more data about the audience they’re being delivered to.
But this isn’t the same thing as a viral video.
Reddit is more than just a forum for sharing videos.
It’s also a social network, a tool for sharing and communicating ideas, and a place where users can find and engage with others.
When you’re not on Reddit—or if you use it primarily to find information or to chat with other users—you may not be able to understand the value of the post, the audio, or the video.
This is because Reddit is an entirely social platform, where you can participate in conversation and share ideas without having to know much about the content itself.
In this post, we’ll explore how to use Reddit to write an insightful blog post.
If you’re new to Reddit, this article may help.
For more information, visit r/reddit, or check out the r/Reddit FAQ.
Find a post.
To write an informative post on the r / r / reddit site, you’ll need to use the search feature, which allows you to filter the content of posts by topics or topics by user.
If your topic is video confederation, for example, you can use the filters for: Content title: The title of the article, usually the title of a post itself.
This should match your post title.