Infographic: Reddit dos and don’ts

Reddit sees more than 114 million visitors a month. The last thing you want to do is get all those people mad at you. Brush up on your Reddit etiquette here.

This past March, Reddit received more than 114 million unique visitors.

Let that sink in for a minute. Frankly, that’s a lot of visitors!

Reddit is an ideal place to discover what people in various niches are talking about, as well as come up with content ideas based on what’s trending. Reddit is also a great place to build communities.

But diving into Reddit can be a bit intimidating. To help you navigate this social media site, WhoIsHostingThis created an infographic that describes how Reddit works, and offers tips on how to get the most from it.

Perhaps more important, the graphic explains some dos and don’ts of Reddit etiquette. Take a look at a few of them:


  • Search for duplicates before you submit new content.
  • Report any spam you see.
  • Cross-post any content you think fits in more than one community.
  • Vote on content on the new submissions page.


  • Post any personal information, whether it’s yours or someone else’s.
  • Ask for votes.
  • Use time-sensitive language in your title submissions.
  • Vote based on who submitted the content.

There’s more in the full graphic. Take a look:

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