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Social Media Project

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on 27 May 2016

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Transcript of Social Media Project

Facts/Foundation
Reddit is an online social media community where users vote on content. There are sub-communities, or subreddits, that any user may create that are independent and moderated by a team of volunteers.
Reddit users submit links to online content and vote on which stories and discussions are important. Anyone can join Reddit. Anyone can participate.
What can users do on Reddit?
Reddit entries are organized into areas of interest called "subreddits". Historically, the front page was the "main reddit", and other areas were "subreddits". There is now no main subreddit. Instead, there are multiple default subreddits dealing with topics such as books, television, and music.
As of 2015, Reddit had 542 million monthly visitors (234 million unique users), ranking 14th most visited web-site in US and 36th in the world
Across 2015, Reddit saw 82.54 billion pageviews, 73.15 million submissions, 725.85 million comments, and 6.89 billion upvotes from its users.
Why use it?
1.Create an account
Reddit
Social Media Project
Reddit is an entertainment, social news networking service, and news website where registered community members can submit content, such as text posts or direct links, making it essentially an online bulletin board system.
Whats it for?
People can vote your content to the homepage and you can become popular!
Find gossip and information that other websites dont have.
Find out everything cool going on in the world, and has the exact article you feel like reading or picture you feel like looking at.
How to use Reddit
2.Subscribe to sub-reddits to see them on your homepage
4. Like most online communities, Reddit has its own language, which you’ll notice right away. You will need to learn the basics of this new "language".
3. throw yourself into the mix of things: leave comments, post things you find interesting/cool/horrible/strange, and “upvote” and “downvote” things.

Basic Language/Terms
OP-
"OP" just refers to the “original poster” in a thread.
TIL-
“TIL” means “Today I learned” and is one of the most common abbreviations you’ll see on Reddit. Many posts are simple “TIL” observations and realizations.
AMA-
“AMA” refers to the arguably most popular feature of Reddit, the “Ask Me Anything” thread.
Cake Day–
users anniversary of the day they joined Reddit
CCW–
abbrev. comments and criticism welcome
ELI5–
abbrev. explain like I’m 5
FIFY–
abbrev. fixed it for you
IMO-
abbrev. in my opinion
IRL– abbrev. in real life
Karma–
The absolute sum of upvotes and downvotes, with upvotes counting as positive and downvotes counting as negative.
Lurker–
a person who frequently visits Reddit but does not contribute by posting links or comments.
Redditor–
a person who frequently visits Reddit.
Troll–
someone who does/says something just to get a rise out of people
Reddit, like other websites can be very dangerous. Be careful what you post because there are bad people out in the world.
Be prepared for people to say stuff that will hurt you, people will say anything and everything they can just to hurt you.
Reddit can be positive too! You can post things you like and care about, and subscribe to things you want to see.
Not all Reddit users are mean, there are people who are very nice.
Many friendly communities of friends have been made for games, clubs, different political views, etc.
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