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  • Profile picture of the author danlew
    Are you preferring to social bookmarks? Since Reddit is a social bookmark, perhaps some good alternatives there are StumbleUpon, Digg, Diigo, Delicious, Folkd, Slashdot, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author quizfactz
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    • Profile picture of the author China Newz
      In my niche of China related topics, there is a social bookmarking site known as Haohao Report - it is very similar in that it allows users to submit articles and up/down vote popular articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezinepoint
    Originally Posted by quizfactz View Post

    Hello to all!

    I was wondering if anyone here can recommend any other similar resource such as Reddit.

    Stumbleupon.com recommended just use it as compare to other social networking sites. after one bookmarking login Google analytic see traffic graph.
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    ezinepoint is a free articles submission Directory to submit article free online. Find Quality articles on wide rang of topic.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnmags
    Reddit is a great place to increase your blog's visibility. But the categories there are very limited. It's a great place for those in the technology and games niches. My other alternatives are StumbleUpon and Digg.
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    • Profile picture of the author RickCopy
      Originally Posted by johnmags View Post

      Reddit is a great place to increase your blog's visibility. But the categories there are very limited. It's a great place for those in the technology and games niches. My other alternatives are StumbleUpon and Digg.
      I have yet to find a topic that's not on reddit...

      The biggest thing to keep in mind in reddit is that their users police that place with an iron fist... you better be contributing with comments, non-link content and links to sites other than your own or you'll be banned within a month.
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  • Only 10% of your post may be linked to one domain.
    Or you will be shadowbanned.
    Reddit wants redditors with a website. And not website with a reddit account.

    That is what I know. XD
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