Starting a Blog Reddit Here's What You Need to Know

Starting a Blog Reddit? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Most people consider starting a new blog to be scary and intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be that way! In fact, this article will tell you how to start a new blog on Reddit, the most popular social news site on the web!

If you’re here looking for guidance about how to start your own blog, I encourage you to take this journey with me. You may end up with something that you didn’t even know you wanted in the first place!

Why it’s Worth Starting a Blog on Reddit

Starting a business can be really intimidating. Starting it on your own and spending so much time on it that you don’t even have time for your friends and family is scary, too. But starting one on Reddit has its advantages.

Firstly, it’s cheap: you don’t need much more than $25 to get started. Secondly, it’s easy: start by creating an account on Reddit (if you already have one, skip ahead). Then pick a subreddit where you want to start your business and post about what you do in that community. Lastly, make sure you abide by reddiquette (the rules of reddit) as well as any other guidelines specific to that subreddit

(for example, if they say no self-promotion allowed then make sure all of your posts are in fact not self-promotional). If not—and there are plenty of subreddits where self-promotion is encouraged—you might just find yourself getting banned from posting.

The Types of Accounts you Can Make on Reddit

There are three types of accounts you can make on reddit: Free, Guest, and Member. A Free account is just that – free. With a Free account, you’ll be able to browse all subreddits, but you won’t be able to comment or submit posts and links. If you want those features, it will cost $5/month.

However, if your goal is simply to browse and read other people’s comments on interesting articles and stories from around reddit then there is no need for an upgrade! A Guest account is just like a Free account, except instead of paying 5 dollars per month you pay nothing at all. So why would anyone choose to use a guest account over a free one? The answer is simple: privacy. When using a guest account, reddit doesn’t store any personal information about you (such as what kind of posts or links you’ve submitted).

This makes it much harder for someone else to track down your identity through your submissions and comments. In addition, some redditors have reported issues with getting their accounts banned when they use their real email address during signup; however, these reports are unconfirmed and we cannot confirm them either way.

Getting Started (tips for making your first account)

If you’re already familiar with Reddit, you can skip straight to step 2 below. Creating an account is free, and since it won’t have any impact on your content as a new user, there’s no harm in making one before starting your first post.

If you decide that you don’t like Reddit, simply delete your account at any time. Regardless of whether or not you eventually start posting content there, we recommend signing up for an account now because it will help you learn about what types of posts perform well on each subreddit (more on that later) which may help influence which forums feel right for your own content. It will also make subscribing to subreddits easier once you start creating content. If you’ve never used Reddit before,

here are some tips: The front page of Reddit looks different depending on where you are in the world; however, all users begin by default on their front page. This is essentially your home base—the place where all of your subscribed subreddits appear.

Promoting Your Account

As you’re starting out, it can be difficult to remember how many websites you’ve signed up for. For that reason, use tools like IFTTT or Zapier to manage your different accounts from one central place. If you want each post from your WordPress account tweeted out on Twitter, set it up with IFTTT so that everything is handled automatically.

Or if you need Facebook notifications when someone likes or comments on your new YouTube video, have Zapier do it for you automatically so that each time something happens on one website, another one is notified immediately. Now managing all of your social media accounts doesn’t require its own management; it’s all automated and happening in one central location.

Managing Your Account(s)

Managing your accounts can be time-consuming and complex. Writing, updating, and moderating content on multiple platforms can require a significant amount of work if you don’t know what you’re doing. And that can be detrimental to your overall business. Luckily, there are several tools out there (both free and paid) that will help alleviate some of that burden by automating certain tasks for you.

We recommend looking into Buffer for scheduling across various social media platforms as well as Triberr for connecting with other bloggers on their platform who might help share your content.

Conclusion

Starting a business is tough, and so is starting an online business. It takes patience, focus, determination—and money. Start with what you have available and keep growing your presence until you’re ready to invest more into your new venture.

That said, keep in mind that it doesn’t take any money at all to start blogging on reddit – so if you think you can make something happen here – start making it happen now by signing up for an account on reddit and building your audience one subscriber at a time. Good luck!

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