Succeeding on Reddit: 2012 and Beyond

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend and present at SMX Social, discussing how to find success on the ever difficult and intimidating Reddit.

Reddit is a widely feared and misunderstood social site, but most of the errors come from people trying to rush or force success, rather than really taking the time to understand how the site works and how the community thinks and acts.

Below are the slides from my presentation, which based on how I present, are just basic bullet points. However, based on the entire concept behind the slides, if you take the time to look them over and think about them, they will make sense and help you succeed on Reddit.

I also gave a presentation on Social Media Automation, which is something I rarely speak about.

The focus was around automating the account maintenance required to have powerful accounts and networks across all the many social sites, so you can spend more of your time making the important decisions on what you actually share and where you share it.

Again, the presentation is mostly just bullet points and cryptic on purpose, to avoid people using it in the wrong way.

Note I am considering talking more about Automation at SMX West and SMX Advanced in 2013.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments, and enjoy!

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