Why I’ve stopped paying for ads on Reddit
Posted On June 15, 2021
It may seem like a good idea to be nice to Reddit, but a lot of people seem to be struggling to make that happen.
Redditors are known to be loyal and loyal to their sites, and some of them have spent a lot time there.
In some ways, they have a good reputation for being a forum for creative and tech-savvy individuals, but the Reddit community is filled with people who aren’t exactly tech-minded.
“Reddit is for the weirdos, not the tech-enthusiasts,” wrote the Verge’s Sam Biddle.
It’s also a forum where the general public is not as tech-friendly as one might expect.
Reddit users are known for being hard to reach, which is understandable given the community’s large amount of misinformation, but some users are starting to think they may be missing out on a great way to advertise their products or services.
In an effort to help them find a good way to do so, we decided to do some research to see if Reddit is a place to start.
After going through the hundreds of thousands of ads that are currently displayed on the site, we came up with a list of top 5 best-selling subreddits.
If you’re a Reddit user, it might be worth checking out the adverts for your product or service.
We used adwords and data to come up with this list, but we did not use any third-party tools to generate these results.
If the ads you see on Reddit don’t work for you, consider using another service like Adwords, Adwords Plus, or Adsense.
If a service doesn’t work on Reddit, consider searching for a new one.
There are plenty of adverts to choose from, and we’ll be adding new ones to this list over the next few weeks.