Have anyone came across problem with Reddit's abusing users?

@arcideaco (1259)
March 2, 2010 6:51am CST
If you are a member of Reddit, a social bookmarking website. People there somehow gets really upset when you try to share articles or self promoting stuff. I do not know why because the information and knowledge shared are valid and factual. They just could not receive it properly. Very awful remarks, vulgarities and undesirable languages are always used in Reddit. People there would purposely reduce your karma points for the fun of it. I guess, although does not really mean much for me because I still pretty much prefer Digg, Twitter and Del.icio.us over Reddit. The environment is just too rough for me. Any other views? Cheers.
1 response
• United States
2 Mar 10
Do you have any examples of what you are talking about? "Self promoting stuff" indicates to me that you were spamming, which would result in a negative response.
@arcideaco (1259)
• Singapore
3 Mar 10
I was no spamming. Self written articles do not equates to spam. Because content specific wise, they contain facts and opinion. It was not excessively posted on Reddit. Examples of abuse would contain vulgarities, words and comments that MyLot would not allow, but Reddit, its rough out there. I can accept negative response, but not responses that are abusive. I have made a check on these people who people who posted such remarks, they share news site. Reddit is a social bookmarking website and it meant to be a bookmark for everything including our work. Or else how would I be making the income right now if not for bookmarkings and indexing. lol I guess, one man's meat is another man's poison, and so they say... cheers and thanks for your response.
@arcideaco (1259)
• Singapore
16 Mar 12
Anyway Reddit users are vulgar and unrefine. Reviews have been bad. The admin did not ban the users as they should. Period. That site sux. Cheers.