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This is a super-helpful breakdown of, well, 750 Popular Subreddits, Categorized by Industry and Submission Type.

They included a Google Spreadsheet, and they break down the number of subscribers each subreddit has, the submission types that are common/accepted, etc.

Really awesome post... definitely check it out if you have any intention whatsoever of leveraging Reddit for your content marketing efforts.

  • NK

    narek khach

    over 5 years ago #

    This is really solid. I have always found community engagement to be a critical piece of the marketing and growth effort. Not just for attracting interest and building relationships, but also for studying, learning, and being a part of the community or industry you are working in.

  • VV

    Visakan Veerasamy

    over 5 years ago #

    Reddit is an interesting, magnificent beast. It really takes a lot of deep immersion to even comprehend. I thought I understood it, as a regular redditor myself, and I had a couple of successes with some content, but I've also been burned for being spammy. I actually felt quite upset about that, because I genuinely thought I was being helpful.

    Most redditors are lurkers, and most who comment never bother submitting anything themselves. So there are some double standards at play in the submission game. But that's reality, and the rewards are worth it. (Being able to masterfully navigate a community, giving people what they want, etc.)

  • AS

    Adam Szabo

    over 5 years ago #

    Great resource, thanks for sharing, I like Reddit, one of those few channels that actually seems to work.

  • JS

    Jared Smith

    over 5 years ago #

    Very cool. Some really solid information here.

  • DR

    Daniel Rongo

    over 5 years ago #

    Thanks ;)