26+ Hot SubReddits (That Will Make You Know More Now)

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r/nsfw_gif and other hot subReddits

Are you familiar with r/nsfw_gif hot-subreddits?

This post will familiarize you with many hot subReddits.

Would you ever create a subReddit?

Why would you want to, right?

After all, Reddit has a reputation for considering bloggers spammers.

However, for you to succeed online, you need to use Reddit for online success.

Reddit, known as the front page of the Internet, is perfect for bloggers.

According to recent statistics, Reddit is one of the most popular websites on the Internet.

Today, people either network in other administrators’ subReddits (Reddit communities) or they create their own.

Even Target has a subReddit https://www.reddit.com/r/Target/.

However, there are over one million subReddits and over 100,000 are active (2018 data).

Which of these hot subReddits should you pick?

I asked Redditors (Reddit users) which hot subReddits they recommend. Their suggestions are included in this post.

By the time you’re done reading this post, you’ll know which subReddits to look for in your Reddit search and the advantages and disadvantages to using those subReddits.

You’ll also have a r nsfw (Not Safe for Work) list.

Make sure you stay until the end when you get more information about hot subReddits such as metaReddit NSFW and metaReddit 18.

Also, you’ll receive information about the hottest subReddits that have tens of millions of subscribers:

  • Humor
  • Announcements
  • Ask Reddit

Let’s take a deep dive and meet the hottest subReddits.

What is Reddit?

Before we dive into the hot subReddits, let’s answer the question, “What is Reddit?”

Reddit is a social media site known as “the hub of the internet.”

People share all sorts of content into groups called “subReddits.” Reddit is a popular forum containing all kinds of information composed at Reddit or on 3rd-party sites.

As well as being a discussion forum, the content shared at Reddit includes news and jokes. There’s no end to the kind of information people share.

To make the user-experience at Reddit enjoyable, the site is moderated. When you go to the subReddits, you’ll find moderators making sure your content is acceptable.

What is acceptable content at Reddit?

Different subReddits have different rules which are posted when you enter the subReddit. Moderators ensure you follow those rules.

In 2019, Reddit was valued at 1.8 billion dollars (Source). Reddit is owned by shareholders.

Why Should You Use Reddit

  1. Reference information for blog posts.
  2. Learn about your content area.
  3. Network.
  4. Blog promotion.

SubReddit Search Guide

I asked Reddit users which subReddits they recommend.

Here are their responses:

26 Hot Reddit SubReddits

In this post, “hot subReddits” means subReddits that are popular.

“1. What is the subReddit I recommend?
The subreddit I use all the time is Male Fashion.

Advice: Join https://www.reddit.com/r/malefashionadvice/.


2. Why do you recommend this particular subReddit?
As a men’s style blogger, I find this subreddit to be a goldmine. For starters, as a community of guys who are men’s style enthusiasts, it’s a gold mine of potential readers for my blog, so being part of the community and building trust with the guys in that community has huge potential upside for my traffic.

But more importantly, scanning through that subreddit and seeing what questions guys are asking and what issues they’re dealing with gives me a window into their wants and needs. This allows me to craft content that answers their questions and serves their needs, which in turn allows me to build trust and authority with them.

Having a one-stop shop where I can go to better understand my readers, build trust and authority and potentially drive qualified traffic to my site is a goldmine. I highly encourage bloggers to find subReddits that are relevant to their niche and become an active reader—or better yet, an active participant.”
Name: Dave Bowden
Website: Irreverent Gent

URL: https://www.irreverentgent.com

Having a one-stop-shop where I can go to better understand my readers, build trust and authority and potentially drive qualified traffic to my site is a goldmine.

SubReddit recommendation
Subreddit- r/Photoshop_Battles URL- https://www.reddit.com/r/photoshopbattles/ 

Description– In this subreddit, people submit pictures that are photoshop worthy, and then other members edit and post them in the comment thread.

The outcomes are almost always funny and sometimes super impressive. They also offer some of the best photoshop tutorials as a bonus, making it a great place to practice your photoshop skills.”

Name- Ronald D’souza

Website- Angel Jackets

URL- https://www.angeljackets.
com/categories/mens-leather-shearling-coats-jackets/
 

Twitter- https://twitter.com/RonaldD26174936


“My favorite subReddit is /r/beermoney because it features various micro money-making opportunities + real-life experiences of people who’ve tried those. 


Everybody loves to make some extra money on the side, whether it’s via cashback apps or walking dogs, and Beermoney helps put it all into one place.”


Full name: Adnan Rehan
Website name: Smart Hustle Income
Website URL:
 https://smarthustleincome.com/


“I’m an enthusiastic plant Mum. With that said, the subreddit I recommend and love is r/houseplants.
 
If you love houseplants, this subreddit is the place to go for sure.

It’s like a curated Pinterest feed of beautiful plants, plant fails, and plant wins. Did you just manage to score your dream plant?

Upload a photo to this subReddit and everyone will celebrate with you.

Is your Jade plant having some problems? Upload a photo and explain what’s going on and users will help you diagnose and fix the problem. Did you just buy a new plant and you have no clue what It is? Upload a photo and users will be able to ID it for you and probably offer care tips too.
 
The community is great and you get to learn loads too. I can now offer advice to people who own the same plants as me, and it feels great to be able to help people. And if there aren’t any posts about plants I own, then I can spend a lot of time just scrolling through the amazing photos.”

 Emma White

Website: Multi Layer Media

URL:
 https://www.multi-layer-media.co.uk/


subReddit recommendations

r/criterion/

This subreddit if for the film buff. Criterion is a great brand that sells classic movies for a good price. Here you can interact with other film buffs and keep an eye on when the next movie is dropping or laugh a good joke about cinema.

/r/nevertellmetheodds/
This one is an oddly satisfying type of deal, here they post incredible videos every day about almost impossible things that people post online. It’s a perfect way of burning 20 minutes a day and always send these cool videos to your friends.”

Alberto

Emily’s Maids

URL: http://emilysmaids.com/


“I spend quite a considerable amount of time on subreddits – for understanding perspectives, getting answers and also to gain information.

My favorite subReddits are:

1) r/travel: Helps me with work as well as getting inspirations for travel. It is a great place to discuss travel itineraries, get ideas, and find hidden gems for travel. The community is very supportive and responsive. As I write this, there were 3,207,522 subscribers to this subreddit.


2) r/soccer: I like football, and hence follow this a lot. Quite often there are many interesting stories shared, and discussions done which give you good insights and information about the game in general. Obviously, sometimes there are biased views, but then after sometime you become adept at ignoring them. Currently, the subreddit has 1,635,311 subscribers.
 
3) r/askhistorians : An amazing place to understand history and why some events happened and their ramifications. Sometimes it is like talking to a friend, who explains things in a very informal but constructive manner – and gives wide varying perspectives to the world’s tumultous history. The subreddit has 1,013,612 subscribers.”

Saurabh Jindal
Talk Travel
https://talktravelapp.com
Twitter: 
https://twitter.com/talktravelapp


List of subReddits

“I have been using Reddit for over 2 years now.

There are many subReddits which are best for bloggers such as 

R/Blogging
R/Juststart
R/Adwords 
R/SEO
R/BigSEO 

r/bigseo 


It is one of the biggest community on Reddit related to SEO and marketing. It has 38k members. They also post about the latest Google Algorithm updates. 


r/Blogging 


It is a community with 40k members and you can ask question and see progress reports of people. People talk about blogging, content marketing, affiliate marketing and all the stuff related to blogging. 


r/Entrepreneur


As the name suggests it is all about entrepreneurship. You can read case studies, interesting ideas, why people fail and all that stuff. Very helpful and very insightful. 


r/GrowthHacking


Though it is a small community but you will find some of the very interesting posts here. You also get to know about new tools and services which is a plus. 


r/GuestPost 


It is simple, to find or promote your website for guest blogging 



r/juststart


One of my favorite subReddit when it comes to blogging in general. You will find interesting case studies and progress reports, tips and tricks, get to know about new services and tools, seo related articles and other stuff. 



r/SEO 


It is all about SEO and things that matters, You also get to know about the latest algo updates. Very active community with lots of people.”

Source: Ashish Kumar 

Mood Swag


Best Subreddits

“The timeliness of [your post] cracked me up. I literally spent most of last night staying up in bed crying my eyes out over my new favorite subreddit: r/MadeMeSmile (https://www.reddit.com/r/MadeMeSmile/).


I’d had a tough day at work and needed some cheering up, and boy did that fit the bill. It’s just so wholesome, uplifting, and heartwarming. When all seems dark and broken in the world, I’ll go here for reminders that good is still out there. A lot of it.”

Grace Everitt

www.gracemarketinggroup.com
www.fb.com/TheGraceMG


Favorite subReddit

What is your favorite subReddit? 

“I enjoy the stopdrinking subReddit.

 
Why recommend?

Most of my friends and family are casual drinkers. 18 months ago I stopped drinking alcohol to realize a number of physical and emotional health benefits (anxiety and depression lessened, sleep improved, skin cleared up, self-confidence soared, etc.). 

Since I don’t know a lot of people “in real life” who abstain from alcohol, it’s nice to chat with liked-minded individuals who share benefits from quitting drinking or reasons why they don’t want to start drinking again.

Many talk about why they stopped drinking and the challenges they may face, as well as share their successes when they reach certain milestones or face special events without reaching for alcohol. I feel like there is always something I can learn or use as inspiration to incorporate into my own alcohol-free journey.


Just as an FYI, my next favorite subReddit is Howard Stern!

While /stopdrinking and /HowardStern generate wildly different content, the reason is the same as above. No one in my immediate circle “in real life” listens to the Howard Stern Show and it’s fun to see what people are posting about a particular staff member, guest interview or phony phone call.

I’ve been a listener for years so I can even understand most of the conversations surrounding older shows, bits and staff members who aren’t with the Stern Show anymore.”

Full Name – Kim Banks
Website Name – Kim Banks Total Reset
Twitter Link – @kimbankspr

subReddit recommendations

“I like the Entrepreneur subreddit because it is full of inspiring stories and thought-provoking questions related to business owners and those scaling their own side hustles. Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey, especially when your friends and family are not on it with you, so reading other’s stories and comments on this subreddit is a way to connect with those going through the same emotions and journey as you are.”

Stacy Caprio
Founder, Growth Marketing
www.acceleratedgrowthmarketing.com
 


Do you use Reddit? subReddit recommendations

I would be interested in sharing my Reddit experience. 
1. What is a subReddit?

It’s pretty much subcategories where you post certain things within the categories. Each subreddit has its own rules so you need to follow along with them as well.


2. Why do you recommend this particular subReddit?
I have many subReddits that I am in, following are mostly with high engagement and I recommend these if you want to to get ideas and opinions regarding to a topic. You will be surprised to see how many Reddit users comment and share their opinions.”


– r/blog
– r/Cooking
– r/Food
– r/Recipes
– r/Travel 

Full Name – Claire Lee
Website – Clairebearblogs
Website URL – 
https://www.clairebearblogs.com
Twitter – 
https://www.twitter.com/clairebeary94 


“The value of a subReddit really depends on your goal and how active the membership is. But a good general one I enjoy is r/AnimalsBeingDerps ( https://www.reddit.com/r/AnimalsBeingDerps/ )

No matter how bad my day is, this always manages to make me smile.” 

Ditrie Marie Bowie (née Sanchez)
ditriemariebowie.com

Subreddit recommendations – /r/JustStart

“One of the things I love the most about Reddit is how much useful information is buried on there. For example, /r/JustStart is a great subreddit full of creative side hustle ideas to help you figure out a business you could run in your spare time. I frequently visit it to see what people are up to, and to see if there are any ideas I’d like to pursue myself.”
Sam Williamson,

Streaming Movies Right, 

https://streamingmoviesright.com


Favorite Subreddit: Financial Independence (https://www.reddit.com/r/financialindependence/)

Why: The r/FinancialIndependence subreddit is made up of redditors looking to break the traditional retirement mold by saving aggressively, spending less and retiring early. For a subreddit with over 600k subscribers, it is very well moderated and keeps the focus on financial independence topics. The community is extremely knowledgeable on financial and lifestyle topics such as passive income generation, investing strategies, tax optimization, entrepreneurship, and geo arbitrage.”

Name: Derek Carlson

Website: The Money Family

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/the_moneyfamily

https://themoneyfamily.com


Mature Hot subReddits

r/nsfw_gif

r/nsfw_gif, also called “reddit nsfw_gif,” is an adults-only Reddit subReddit.

“NSFW” stands for “Not Safe for Work.”

There are many not safe for work subReddits. This post is about one of the best nsfw subReddits, r/nsfw_gif.

This subReddit is popular for its funny erotic GIFs.

The Tumblr social media site recently banned adult content but Reddit still allows mature content in certain subReddits.

One of the most popular r/nsfw_gif communities is r/nsfw_gif. If you want to see a nsfw_gif Reddit, click this link.

When you click the link, you have to say they’re over 18 and willing to view mature content. This is due to the fact that you will see many Reddit nsfw gifs.

Full disclosure: I have never seen an r nsfw_gif . Since I have only clicked the link and not actually viewed the content, I’ve never seen an r/nswf_gif. Have you ever seen an r/nsfwgif?

Meta Reddit over 18

Did you know metaReddit compliments Reddit? There is also a metaReddit over 18 content as well. The metaReddit also has nsfw_gifs.

I have also never seen the metaReddit over18 content. Before starting research for this post, I’d never even heard of metaReddit nsfw.

If you want to view the content, go here. You will have to verify you are over 18.

If you want to see a metaReddit Reddits over 18 list, here are over 100. This list was published in 2018, so the communities should still be active.

r/freeuse

Another mature (r/nsfw_gif) subReddit is called “Freeuse.” The Scrolller blog discusses this r/nsfw_gif subReddit here.

How to Conduct a subReddit Search

Do any of these hot subReddits interest you?

This is how to conduct a Reddit search:

Go to https://www.reddit.com/.

Put the name of the subReddit you’re interested in joining into the search bar.

I received a surprising question on Quora regarding Reddit:

Why is Reddit so revolving?

Perhaps if the Quora user knew how to do a Reddit search he wouldn’t consider Reddit so revolving.

Reddit is a hub of information, perhaps the largest on the web. There are many hot subReddits there the user might enjoy.

Even if you don’t know the subReddit you’re interested in, just type the topic in the search bar.

All the subReddits centered on that topic will populate.

If you’re a blogger, you can use the information for blog research or your own edification on any topic.

How to Create a SubReddit

Go to https://www.reddit.com/,

r/nsfw_gif and other popular subReddits

Scroll down until you see Create a Community and click.

Are you ready for more hot subReddits?

2020 UPDATES

July 2020 Updates

Update 1

Accused of “hate for profit,” Facebook’s revenue loss continues to grow as advertisers pick up stakes and leave.

The Chicago Sun Times posted alternative social media sites you might want to consider besides Facebook, and Reddit was among them.

According to the publication,

“This week, Reddit banned a group of nearly 800,000 devoted to Trump, saying that members had bullied and harassed other members. Reddit, which has more than 430 million members, has introduced new rules that will make it easier for the site to weed out members violating its policies.”

Update 2

I discovered a new hot subReddit: AskReddit. This seems to be a random question and answer subReddit.

According to Statista, Ask Reddit is one of the three most popular subReddits. Humor and Announcement subReddits are the other two hot subReddits according to the blog.

I find this popular subReddit, Ask Reddit, a potential Quora alternative. However, at Quora, you need to state your credentials for being qualified to answer the question. At Ask Reddit, anyone can answer.

June 2020 Update 1

An additional hot Reddit subReddit for you: My daughter disclosed she likes the Reddit subReddit Frugal Living. It turns out, I am also a member of the Frugal Living subReddit.

I found a powerful method of finding hot subReddits:

Look:

Reddit hot subReddits

I was curious what I’d see if I clicked the Controversial tab. Would I see examples of the r/nsfw_gif content?

No. In fact, I found “controversial” information about Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook I can add to my article about the advantages and disadvantages of Facebook.

Certainly, as you see, and you’ll see time and time again, Reddit’s subReddits are a valuable resource for you when researching your blog post articles.

June 2020 Update 2

On June 4, 2020, Redditors had trouble reaching Reddit’s servers and the website didn’t work.

If you ever have trouble with Reddit nsfw subreddits or any Reddit subReddits, go to this down detector website.

June Update 3

While composing a post on Amazon sellers, I discovered Reddit subReddits exist to help Amazon resellers.

Here are the links to two hot subReddits that help with Amazon sales:

Buy Low Sell High

This subReddit has newbie threads and self-promotion threads.

Fulfilled by Amazon

This subReddit has weekly Question and Answer sessions.

June 2020 Update 4

The Marie Haynes Podcast referenced the SEO SubReddit that one of the respondents in this interview recommended. Haynes is an SEO expert. Her finding the SEO subReddit valuable enough to quote added credence to this hot subReddit being worthy of time spent there.

June 2020 Update 5

According to the AdAge blog, Reddit wants to be a safer place for brands. Therefore, Reddit is deleting subReddits the social media giant deems to have offensive content.

The number of subReddits totals over 2000. The most notable of the deleted subReddits includes The_Donald, a hot subReddit devoted to Donald Trump.

Reportedly, extreme liberal subReddits got cut as well.

Hot subReddits banned:

There were others, but these are the most popular subReddits that were deleted.

r/darkhumorandmemes; r/chapotraphouse; r/consumeproduct; r/darkjokecentral; r/gendercritical; r/The_Donald; r/cumtown; r/imgoingtohellforthis2; r/wojak; and r/soyboys (Source)

These actions come on the heels of advertisers pulling their campaign money from Facebook in an effort to stop “hate for profit.” The ad ban reportedly is costing founder Mark Zuckerberg 7 billion dollars. More information on the Facebook ad ban can be found here.

May 2020 UPDATE 1

I discovered some of the hot subReddits might encourage illegal behavior.

Let me explain.

For instance, you can use Reddit subReddits to find bootleg copies of Broadway musicals.

Do you want to know how?

In the Reddit search bar, type “bootleg musicals.”

You’ll see a subReddit where you can access the musicals. My informant =) told me people might want you to trade a bootleg copy in exchange for one.

You’ll also see discussion about musicals under your subReddit choices.

May 2020 UPDATE 2

Although none of the respondents mentioned a dermatology subReddit, the Style Caster blog, observed you’ll find the best skin tag removal advice on Reddit. People affected by Shelter-in-Place orders may want to check out the tips rather than leave to go see a skin doctor.

According to Style Caster, “Redditors are a sincere and convenient source of tips and honest feedback.”

May 2020 Update 3

When polling Twitter users for an upcoming blog post about the advantages and disadvantages of Twitter, several respondents chose to compare Twitter to Reddit:

Commenter 1:

“As an expert in the Social Media industry with over 12 years of expertise, I can say that Twitter is too heavily regulated. Their compliance requirements for both vendors and individuals are becoming a burden; with CCPA and GDPR more and more users opt-out to use Reddit…”

As you can see, the commenter preferred Reddit to Twitter.

Let’s see how Commenter 2 feels:

“Platforms like Pinterest, Quora, or Reddit have a longer shelf life for a lot of different content. If you drop a link on Reddit or answer a Quora question, it might very well rank on Google somewhere and drive you consistent traffic for months to come.”

Like Commenter 1, Commenter 2 made favorable remarks about Reddit when asked to express opinions about Twitter.

April 2020

Disadvantages of Using Reddit:

The people I interviewed in this post sound friendly and helpful.

However, my experience with Redditors have not always been as favorable.

For example, there was a thread in an SEO subReddit in which people complained traffic was falling during the Coronavirus pandemic. I echoed their concerns.

I received a message from a Redditor who had read my comment that there are more important things than traffic.

To make matters worse:

When I replied I was trying to use my time during Shelter in Place to learn, I received another disappointing communication.

This time, a bot wrote to tell me that since I didn’t have enough karma points, I couldn’t leave a comment. Therefore, the Redditor didn’t even read my defense of myself.

March 2020

Look at how Reddit is responding to the Coronavirus:

r/nsfw_gif:

One of Reddit’s subReddits helps spread factual information about the virus.

Reddit is starting polls.

I personally find this latest Reddit development exciting since people love answering polls on Instagram. I know due to my Instagram experience how popular polls are.

Reddit explained why they are starting polls still in beta testing:

“Today, in an effort to elevate Reddit’s diverse opinion-based content, we’re excited to introduce Polls: a brand new post type that encourages redditors to share their opinion via voting. We’ve been testing Polls with a dozen communities over the past couple of months and have gotten a lot of great feedback.

Why Polls?

It can sometimes be tough for new redditors and lurkers to know where to start on Reddit, and to feel a sense of community. We believe a simple post type that reduces the posting barrier will make it easier than ever for everyone to contribute to their favorite communities and engage in different ways.”

r/nsfw_gif:

In March of 2016, Reddit started a feature that allows you to get messages you receive on Reddit in your email box.

These messages include personal messages, replies, and any comments you receive.

Any user with a verified email address can use this feature.

Each time you get a notification, you will be given the option to signup for email notifications until you do.

Due to the concern of Redditors (Reddit users) that their inboxes will be spammed, the messages coming to your inbox are batched.

Keyworddit r/nsfw_gif

Keyworddit is a keyword tool for Reddit.

This free tool provides keywords for Reddit subReddits including r/nsfw_gif hot subReddits.

You’ll get topics in which a particular keyword was used.

Listening to a podcast, I heard a recommendation for an Instagram subReddit. I went there and was pleased.

Recent posts, and people answering each other’s questions and trying to solve each other’s problems, impressed me.

Hot SubReddits: FAQ

What are the best subReddits to follow?

Reportedly, the best subReddits to follow are Announcements, Humor, and Ask Reddit.

How do I find NSFW subReddits?

Easy! Go to Reddit.com and type NSFW into the Reddit search bar.

Why can’t I see NSFW Reddits?

You must click a button that states you are over 18 years of age in order to be able to see the mature content found in those subReddits.

Takeaways

This post explained:

How to find hot SubReddits

How to find r/nsfw_gif hot subReddits

The meaning of “NSFW”

Hot subReddits you might want to consider joining.

How to search for information on Reddit.

Why you might want to consider making your own subReddit.

Did you notice the respondents recommended https://www.reddit.com/r/juststart/, the site for people interested in affiliate marketing and SEO was recommended twice?

This post covered why bloggers need Reddit, popular Reddit subReddits (also known as “hot subReddits”), the /r/nsfw_gif, the nsfw metaReddit, how to do a subReddit search, and how to create a SubReddit.

Readers, please share so bloggers and other social media users looking to network with like-minded people discover this post.

Did you notice any additional overlap in recommendations for hot subReddits?

I look forward to your views in the comments section. Can you recommend any hot subReddits and share why you enjoy them?

Related Reading

You will also find communities of like-minded thinkers when you post at forums. You may find popular forums similar to hot subReddits.

  1. Jeanette S. Hall

    Janice,
    I saved the top “sub redits” for bloggers so that I can try looking at them later. Thanks for sharing the info with the rest of the blogosphere!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Jeanette,
      I’m excited about checking out some of these as well. When I do visit Reddit subReddits in my niche, I learn a great deal. At least one other commenter indicated the same.
      Thanks for writing. It was my pleasure to interview these Reddit users and share their experiences and recommendations.
      Janice

  2. Lisa Sicard

    Hi Janice, Thanks for these. I’ve been on Reddit a lot and learning the ropes there. It’s an interesting community the more time I spend there. There are so many different areas to be and I’m so afraid fo leaving any links for appearing spammy there.

    • Janice Wald

      Thank you for commenting, Lisa. Which group are you using? I would like to go there.
      Others may appreciate the recommendation as well.
      Janice

      • Janice Wald

        Hi again Lisa,
        I wanted to add:
        Regarding concerns over leaving links at Reddit. They are valid. This is how I handle it:
        During discussion, I mention I published a post about the topic. If people ask to see the post, I can’t be called a “spammer” for leaving the link.
        I also wanted to add that I also learn a great deal when I’m at Reddit.
        Janice

  3. Ashish

    Hey Janice

    You finally published the article and it is looking nice. Keep up the good work and thank you for the mention.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Ashish,
      I’m glad you feel my interview came out well. Thanks for the help.
      Janice

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