Why is subreply so positive compared to Twitter which is often negative? Is it purely like and retweet counts? Number of users?
Subreply doesn't give you the same adrenaline rush & doesn't reward you in the way that other social platforms do. I suppose it attracts a different kind of person.
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I agree - there might not be an adrenaline rush, but I always look forward to logging on to Subreply for its content, respectful replies and different points of view.