How Reddit's Co-founders Built Reddit With An Army Of Fake Accounts ?
The video is worth watching though, it has more insights than just fake users.
You often have to seed a social site in order for it to be compelling for people to consume. Once they're hooked, then they start submitting.
As long as the quality is good, I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing.
Today's the day when it's pretty much useless to even try using the Internet. Google is bringing tons of countless pranks today!
Happy First April to everyone!
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