Why is this site less popular than r/short when this site is FOR men?

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Why is this site less popular than r/short when this site is FOR men?
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Why is this site less popular than r/short when this site is FOR men?

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r/short is a subreddit of REDDIT which is one of THE most popular sites on the web period. Finding r/short isn't limited to browsing the web and mistakenly coming across ShortGuyCentral. You can hop onto the home page of reddit, see a recent post from r/short and then get sucked into the subreddit.


ShortGuyCentral while I think is a better site, doesn't have that advantage. Plus you have crossposting, trolls, concern-trolls which helps with traffic and subscribers there.

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This forum definitely has a lot of lurkers. This site has the Facebook API so people can log in with their Facebook credentials. Maybe they should add Google API. I don't think there is a "sign in with Reddit" feature on any site. Anyone have any ideas?

This site could be marketed better for sure. 

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