Best Subreddits For Remote Entrepreneurs

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It’s time remote entrepreneurs become Reddit entrepreneurs and leverage the immense untapped potential of the platform to their advantage.

Reddit is a powerful platform. You don’t think so? Try dialing the clock back to January 2021. Remember how a group of Redditors shot up the share prices of Gamestop inc. and brought the hedge funds world to its knees?

Reddit is a large space. It has a subreddit for everything and a discussion group for practically every niche! With the 3rd most extensive user base in the social media space, Reddit attracts a considerable GenZ population. If you’re a GenZ entrepreneur or an entrepreneur looking to engage with the GenZ audience, Reddit is the place for you.

In this article, we’ll understand why it’s beneficial to subscribe to subreddits, and look into a few popular subreddits for remote entrepreneurs.

Why Should Remote Entrepreneurs Join Subreddits?

In the words of Jim Rohn- “You are the average of 5 people you hang out with”. Subreddits give you more than 5. Here are three main reasons why you should subscribe to subreddits.

1.    Exchange Ideas

Since subreddits are dedicated to specific topics and discussions are moderated, the platform becomes an arena for meaningful debates and discussions. You can talk about new ideas, dispute them and come out with better ones.

2.    Build Connections

Every entrepreneur would agree that a good network can help build a good brand. Reliable connections help find solutions, develop ideas, and create a brand. Subreddits let you make connections with many like-minded people.

3.    Marketing

Indeed, Redditors don’t like blatant marketing. But they do like some authentic content. Your marketing strategy on Reddit should be more about providing good information, solving problems, and engaging with fellow Redditors.

10 Best Subreddits For Remote Entrepreneurs

1.    r/Entrepreneur

Here you have people narrating their personal stories, experiences, and learnings from them. The subreddit also has many case studies and examples to study.

Do you want to start a new business? You can begin by seeking out opinions here. You can even ask a “how to,” and the community will help you out. From startup help to best practices, r/Entrepreneur can help you with everything.

Who can relate to it?

If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or an established one, this subreddit is a worthy try.

2.    r/microsaas

As the name suggests, this subreddit is dedicated to entrepreneurs interested in SaaS. r/microsaas can be beneficial if you’re new to the SaaS arena and are looking for feedback. Since the community is small, you’ll find people eager to give honest feedback for your product.

Who can relate to it?

Entrepreneurs interested in the SaaS space can relate to it. Developers and designers can also try out this subreddit to get some ideas.

3.    r/startups

This subreddit can act as a guide if you own a startup or plan to start one. You can get everything from resources for understanding market research to risk management on this subreddit.

In your startup journey, there can be many places you’d feel stuck. Not many people give you opinions outside of social networks. But if you’re on r/startups, you’ll find people ready to help you whenever you’re stuck.

Who can relate to it?

You could hang out here if you’re an established entrepreneur and want to help budding startup owners. On the other hand, if you’re a startup owner looking for resources and topics to discuss, you should join  this subreddit.

4.    r/indiebiz

As the name suggests, r/indiebiz is a subreddit for independent business owners and startups. You can share services, products, resources, and insights.

You can even pitch your ideas to gain clients. The subreddit can also act as a space for testing the waters before you go into the market.

Who can relate to it?

Small businesses, independent startups, and bootstrapped company owners can check out this subreddit.

5.    r/womenleadership

This subreddit is dedicated to female entrepreneurs, women CEOs, business owners, managers, executives, and even religious leaders. As a leader, you’d have numerous problems. The r/womenleadership subreddit acts as a hive mind and lets you find answers to your questions.

Who can relate to it?

Women entrepreneurs, business owners, CEOs, and leaders.

6.    r/marketing

r/marketing is helpful for small business owners in their marketing pursuits. The subreddit has good posts on where to start, how to go ahead, and many more tips. If you’re not an entrepreneur but are interested in marketing, r/marketing subreddit can give you information about it.

Who can relate to it?

Entrepreneurs and marketing geeks  looking for new and interesting  ideas.

7.    r/ContentMarketing

Everybody needs content these days. If you’re a content marketer looking for ideas, this can be a subreddit for you. The subreddit can give you many content ideas if you’re an entrepreneur. On r/ContentMarketing, you’ll learn about new tools in the market and understand analyzing trends on the subreddit.

Who can relate to it?

Entrepreneurs looking for content ideas to improve their brands; Even personal brand strategists and copywriters, can find the space useful.

8.    r/LetsBePartners

While many subreddits focus on exchanging ideas and solutions, not many subreddits help you build connections.

 r/LetsBePartners differs from other subreddits in this aspect. It’s one of the few subreddits where demand meets supply. It brings together entrepreneurs, makers, developers and manufacturers to one place.

Who can relate to it?

Entrepreneurs looking for collaborations, or partners can check out this subreddit.

9.    r/socialmedia

Social media can be a tricky place for marketing. Not many people get it. While Reddit can provide good subreddits that help you market your product, Instagram and Facebook aren’t that way. The r/socialmedia subreddit gives you ideas to increase your reach on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook.

Who can relate to it?

Entrepreneurs looking for organic growth on social media; Professionals involved in social media strategy may also find the subreddit interesting.

10. r/productivity

You could be in the 5 pm or 9 am club, but you’d still want to be productive when you’re an entrepreneur.

While lengthy self-help books and podcasts can be helpful, the fastest way to get some tips is through Reddit. And unlike books, posts on r/productivity usually don’t beat around the bush.

Who can relate to this?

Anyone looking to make their days productive and tips to enhance their efficiency can check out the subreddit. The community also provides recommendations to entrepreneurs to increase the productivity of their startups/businesses.

r/FinalThoughts

Reddit is a great platform to get quality information. However, it can get tricky in the beginning. You might be bombarded with Reddit-specific jargon, inside jokes, and bizarre communities on the platform. So before you go, be acquainted with a fair share of Redditspeak. Here’s a Reddit post on r/TheoryOfReddit to help you become familiar with Reddit lingo.

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