*Reddit is infamously known as the front page of
*Completely user based.
*Appeals to any type of user.
*Founded in June 2005
*Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian
*Averages 112 million monthly unique views,
almost 5.46 billion overall average views (as of
*Number of subreddits with over 100 subs =
*2.89 million redditors
*Reddit doesn’t have an immediate threat due
to the uniqueness of the platform.
*Must market very carefully
*Every community has it’s odd balls
*Tags to look out for
*NSFW (Not Safe for Work)
*Others which don’t need to be discussed.
*Many businesses are on Reddit, but it’s not
them using it. It’s the users creating a
subreddit about them.
*Ex. Microsoft, Apple, Marvel
*Userbase is predominantly intelligent.
*Educated users who care about what they are
*Community Reviews that are to be trusted.
*Marketing would need to be executed