Basically, all you do is go back to your earliest posts on Reddit (mine go back a little over 2 years now) and work your way forward reusing/repurposing your content along the way. Now, while I know many Redditors out there are rolling their eyes at the thought of reposts, here are a few points to consider: a) There's a good chance that TONS of people are on Reddit now who weren't before when you posted what you did a year or two (or longer) ago.
Now, if you, as a Redditor, do not want YOUR user profile to show up in a Google search like this, then all you have to do is head on over to your preferences and check the following box within your privacy options: Lastly, since Google only shows 55 pages of results, you can work on refining the query I posted above.For example, you could start by searching for the specific amount of time a Redditor has been on the site and start getting more specific from there: Search for those who have been a Redditor for 1 year: site:reddit.com/user/ "redditor for 1 year" intitle:"overview for" "link karma" -inurl:sort Search for those who have been a Redditor for 2 years: site:reddit.com/user/ "redditor for 2 years" intitle:"overview for" "link karma" -inurl:sort Search for those who have been a Redditor for 3 years: site:reddit.com/user/ "redditor for 3 years" intitle:"overview for" "link karma" -inurl:sort With that said, head on over to the next page where I continue the link karma-building fun and ultimately conclude the post with some general tips and a personal philosophy of how I feel about all of the methods I've discussed (hint: I'm in favor of recirculating great content). If so, then you know how addictive, fun, and challenging it can be to build link karma.Being an avid Redditor for longer than I care to admit, I've devised a number of personal strategies and "secrets" for building link karma at will.Tons of people browse subreddits by the newest content posted, so you can rest assured that -- unless you're posting to a subreddit without many readers -- you're going to see voting happen almost immediately.
If you start noticing down-votes happening but you're sure your content is good, perhaps you should consider posting it to a different subreddit or with a different title.And don't remove your post if you've only received one or two down-votes off the bat.When you start hitting around 3-5 down-votes, I've found that's a good indicator of where things are going to head.Some of you may ask, "Why even bother with something as pointless as building link karma?" Well, my friend, if you're asking that, then I invite you to explore the fine world of Reddit and all of its subreddits.Additionally, I want you to highlight "link karma" for me in the description snip-it you provide so I can quickly see just how much link karma any given user has without having to click through to their profile." With that query in Google, I've made it easy for you to find Reddit users like this who have over 47,000 link karma, but there's a hitch: Good luck going page-by-page through this particular user's history using Reddit's in-built "prev/next" functionality (seriously, can we get some pagination going, Reddit? As such, a nice little workaround is to view that user's top-rated content for all time and start your search from there. Have a look at the screen shot below: As you can see, Reddit allows us a "sort by" function, whereby we can sort content in a number of ways.