Top 5 Reddit Alternatives


Reddit is one of the largest and most popular content aggregators in the world; however, it is not everyone's cup of tea. There are many equally cool Reddit alternative websites out there, and we frequent several of them regularly! Check out our Top 5 Reddit Alternative list to learn about a handful of other user-driven online communities that will undoubtedly pique your interests!

1) Voat logo
  • Media aggregator website featuring user-posted content
  • No legal subject in this universe should be out of bounds
  • Their aim is to build a site that serves the needs and wants of our users; one that strives for quality over quantity, and doesn't pander to the lowest common denominator in return for traffic
  • Quality content and friendly atmosphere
  • Quickly find content that is interesting to you

2) Quora

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  • Quora makes it easy to get your questions answered, share your own knowledge, and browse the most interesting information people across the world want to share
  • Democratizes access to knowledge of all kinds
  • If someone out there knows something, anyone else on Quora can learn it
  • Questions you ask on Quora are distributed to a vast network of people, from experts and authorities to regular folks with relevant knowledge
  • Quora is a safe space online for people to read, write, and share, with a supportive and civil community

3) Hubski

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  • Hubski is a community for sharing thoughtful information and conversation. Here you can find interesting stories, ideas, and events, and share what interests you with others
  • Follow people that interest you to build your personalized feed of posts
  • Posts can be given up to two tags by its author. When you follow a tag, all posts with that tag appear in your feed
  • There are no strict rules for what you can and can't submit to Hubski. However, the best posts contain ideas, information, and perspectives that we haven't encountered before
  • Clean user interface

4) Hacker News

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  • Large and very active user base
  • More geared toward the tech community
  • Basic interface, their site is all about the content
  • Can upvote content much like reddit, and the best content rises to the top
  • If you are big time into technology, this is the reddit alternative for you!

5) Snapzu

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  • Snapzu is a community of web communities
  • All content is user-submitted
  • Uses democratic community voting to ensure quality of contributions & discussions
  • Discussion is highly encouraged and allows members to connect and interact
  • Join, participate & make a difference!

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