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14 bookmarks. First posted by AramZS 14 days ago.


“This isn’t a traffic play; it’s an engagement play,” Park said. “So the strategy includes inserting ourselves into comments under stories that are posted. The Washington Post is linked to quite often on Reddit. We want to find those conversations around our stories to see if we can provide more context or more answers."
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11 days ago by webgeek
Reddit user: “Lol is this the real WaPo account?” The Washington Post: “’tis we, irl"
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13 days ago by danhon
WashPo bei Reddit: “Democracy dies in dankness.”
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13 days ago by grzbielok
It’s got jokes. It’s also a sharer of everything from polling stories to breaking national security stories to lifestyle columns to geeky features to fact-checks, and a facilitator of, and participant in, AMAs. The official publisher account has been live since April of this year, shortly after the platform began allowing public profiles, and appears to have broken through Reddit’s tough anti-brand, anti-paywall shell.
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13 days ago by paulbradshaw
"The Washington Post on Reddit surprises users with its non-promotional, ultra helpful presence"
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13 days ago by peterjblack
Great read on how The Washington Post is using Reddit > Obviously sleazy marketing not going to work there
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14 days ago by versoe
Looks at how The Washington Post has succeeded in connecting with Reddit users through its transparency and dedication to the community. (Source: Nieman Lab)
14 days ago by brianaf
RT : Breaking: is a huge sweetheart, one of the funniest people I know, and amazing at his job:
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14 days ago by Palafo
How a newsroom does Reddit right: Check out the WaPo's strategy
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14 days ago by mathewi
The is on and it’s awesome because is awesome: .
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14 days ago by someguy
The Washington Post on Reddit surprises users with its non-promotional, ultra helpful presence
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14 days ago by edan
Pretty sure this is one of the most delightful stories has ever run
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14 days ago by AramZS