What can be done?

What can be done?

This is going to discuss a bit what can be done with our services for social content aggregation networks like Reddit, Snapzu, Voat, Product Hunt and Hacker News. These services are useful for getting exposure fast, but not just that; they can propel your website in front of the world for certain searches on Google (Quora does this too). We consider it efficient marketing accessible to small companies as well (not just the big players). It beats advertising and other marketing techniques by a long shot. Furthermore, a Reddit post leading to your website and upvoted 50 times is worth more from a SEO perspective than packages sold for hundreds of dollars by other companies dedicated to search engine optimization. We’re not dedicated to influencing the SERP rankings, yet we still beat them by a long shot. Keep in mind that the list below is not even half of what could be done; you’ll have to let your imagination loose in order to discover the true limits of these services.

Through a series of targeted actions (comments, posts, upvotes, downvotes, abuse reports and sometimes just plain moderating because, for example, we have moderator access in almost 2100 subreddits), we can influence the public opinion in almost any unarchived thread from the networks mentioned above. A few examples of why you might need this:

  • let the world know about your new product/service, maybe even create a subreddit for it and gain reviews and subsequently trust
  • let the world know about your cause and get some followers
  • bring a lot of traffic to your content (your blog posts, YouTube videos, SoundCloud music, etc.)
  • bring a lot of traffic to your social media accounts (for example by linking to a tweet of your account)
  • bury a hater’s comment
  • add popularity to your links and comments (karma) in order to gain credibility for your account
  • feature your comment on top in the comment section of a thread/post; it could be your referral link, your product, anything else that brings traffic where you want it
  • prank a subverse, ‘Show HN’ or any subreddit
  • introduce false information into the blogosphere or through the many Twitter/Facebook bots that use Reddit as a source of information
  • play with the price of a stock or a cryptocurrency
  • boost the SERP ranking of a link of your choosing (by posting and upvoting it on Reddit, Voat, Snapzu, HN and others), irrespective of the fact that moderators might shadow if at some point; even if they do, it has been already indexed; regarding this, you might want to check our “SEO-Posts On All Networks” service, which also targets Hubski, IndieHackers, Raddle, Phuks, Minds, Headcycle and Slashdot
  • buy accounts for Reddit and other networks, and do some of the posts and comments yourself, so that you save money; but make sure you keep each account logged in on its own browser, and always change VPN or Socks 5 BEFORE switching to it; when you slip and you use the same IP by mistake on two accounts, they get connected and later suspended

and so on. There are countless possibilities. We know them, and that’s why we also offer Managed Services, where you just buy and forget – we handle everything!

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Comments (9)

  • Ismet Reply


    I would love a Social Media plan from you guys for our newly launched Dutch Dating platform

    Please include the budget per platform as in Reddit, Voat and or Facebook/Twitter.

    Geo = Netherlands and or Belgium.

    Would love to hear,


    February 13, 2017 at 10:41 AM
    • MrContent Reply

      Please buy “Strategy Consultation” from our website, and someone will go over this with you live.

      February 13, 2017 at 10:44 AM
  • Kc Reply

    I’d love to know if your “strategy consultation” would include things like identify what platforms/subreddits the target market might reside in.

    February 25, 2018 at 9:21 AM
    • MrContent Reply

      Yes, that’s actually one of the main things that customers need help with. We also provide ideas for titles + links, or titles + bodies for the subreddits that only allow text posts.

      February 25, 2018 at 3:02 PM
  • Sergey Reply

    Have a nice day! Can you consult me on mail? sabramov149@gmail.com

    September 4, 2018 at 11:06 AM
  • Andrew Reply


    I have an online kratom website. It is a restricted product with many social media outlets, but there are definitely some really good subreddits and ways of marketing – if you can get posts to remain up. r/kratom is a really good one but now they are pretty tough on mentioning vendors, websites etc.

    I am intrigued by your services and wanted to reach out and see what you can offer. Since my product is restricted, are you able to make any deals where I can pay based off performance? In case something is removed because of my product, I wouldn’t want to pay if I’m not benefitting from the service .

    Kratom is used by a wide variety of people and it is very effective. People with anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and addiction issues will all use kratom. There is a lot of potential to market to people from other subreddits that aren’t focused on kratom itself.

    September 16, 2019 at 5:15 PM
    • MrContent Reply

      We don’t do custom deals because it takes too much time to set them up. Seeing how /r/kratom has 77.8k members, and considering that indeed the substance could be marketed in other groups as well (Quora too), Managed Traffic should be good enough for you, and easy for us. Consider buying this service. We’d probably do most of the marketing in the comment sections.

      September 16, 2019 at 5:44 PM
  • Alex Reply

    Does your service is alive?

    Wrote you several questions, and no one unswer.

    July 1, 2020 at 8:57 PM
    • MrContent Reply

      Alive, yep. Try our Skype or email. We don’t use Twitter.

      July 1, 2020 at 9:30 PM

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