Helpful Subreddits for Marketing
If you're hesitant about using Reddit for marketing right now, take some time to peruse Reddit and get to know it.
There are a few communities for marketers that you can find right away.
r/marketing is a general community for marketers of all types. Lots of questions, lots of answers, and occasionally some unexpected hilarity.
r/askmarketing is a place where you can ask questions to other marketers. It's a great way to bounce ideas off of other people or start a plan for your next strategy.
r/digitalmarketing is similar to r/marketing, but dedicated to all things digital — mobile, Internet, etc.
r/webmarketing is highly similar to r/digitalmarketing. Both have different user bases though, so you can subscribe to each to make sure you're on top of the industry.
r/SEO is dedicated to search engine optimization questions, answers, and advice. It's a great place to get your feet wet or offer your insights into the SEO process.
r/PPC is a great place to brush up on your advertising skills. The questions range from anything about Google AdWords to how to talk to a customer service rep at Facebook.
r/contentmarketing is an excellent resource to find all things related to content. Typically, this subreddit is a collection of blog promotion and occasional infographics.
r/advertising is everything you could want to know about advertising. Ask questions, offer answers, and learn something new!
r/socialmedia is an excellent resource for all things related to Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and even Reddit sometimes.
r/bigseo is a community of agency, in-house, and self-employed SEO experts that want to talk about ideas. It's pretty active with a diverse group of contributors.
r/design is focused on design in general. But it's still a great place to find some inspiration or interesting marketing concepts.