Yes, the question requires clarification. We’ll get to that. First, let’s quickly go over the news itself for those who don’t know. Ellen Pao is out as interim CEO and the original CEO Steve Huffman is back in the top spot at Reddit. This comes
Let’s put the TL:DR version at the top for the sake of expediency. A portion of the liberal mindset is the reason that Reddit is in the process of failing. It’s not political liberalism – that’s something that has helped Reddit maintain its pull over
Here’s where we get a little snobbish. Reddit has never been a good place to promote your own interests unless you’re a celebrity. That’s all there is to it.
One of the bad parts about being in social media professionally is that I often have to travel to conferences. For this reason, I missed the best novice explanation of Reddit that I’ve ever seen. It’s actually quite brilliant. The front page of the internet
A recent Fox News article reported that social media causes people stress and researchers have actually developed the term “social media anxiety.” Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Youtube, and Reddit all are great social media sites if used properly, but are people too dependent on them?
Reddit doesn’t have a cash problem. They had $20 million in the bank when they were given partial independence by Conde Nast two years ago and unless they’re buying solid gold servers and platinum-plated Macs to run the site, they probably have enough to keep
If there’s one thing you can say about the Reddit community, it’s that they have a sharp sense of humor. The king of social news sites hit another milestone this week when the biggest subreddit, r/funny, surpassed the 3 million subscriber mark. The second biggest
It doesn’t matter whether or not you’ve heard of Reddit or ever visited it. If you watch the news, check your Facebook feed, or see a meme on a regular basis, the chance that you’ve seen content that originated from or spread as a result
Almost everyone who contributes to the social media game is looking to boost their online presence. While most of us have an incredibly structured SEO strategy or manage several social media accounts, business strategy is always striving to be the best of the best in
Facebook may have the market cornered on social networking with their Timeline, but can theirs jump ahead to the future? I think not, but social news site Reddit has Facebook blown out of the water with the Reddit Timeline.