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Does Reddit count as social media?

by Radhe Gupta
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I think so, but how do I know? I haven’t had much experience with it, so I have no idea.

It’s actually a pretty popular site, with around 300,000 unique visitors a day. Many of our visitors come from Facebook and Twitter, but you can also find it on lots of other social networks. Reddit is great for getting news about any number of things, so it’s not really social media. What it is, though, is a pretty social community where anyone can join for free.

Yeah, I think Reddit, though, is the classic example of the “social stuff” that gets passed around the internet. The difference between the types of posts we see on Reddit and the kind of posts we see on Facebook is that we see “news” posts much more often on Reddit. The “news” posts are generally news about anything that happens in the world, whereas on Facebook the news posts are about stuff that happens in our own little worlds.

In the case of Reddit, the news posts are generally of political subjects or just the latest in the news, as opposed to the Facebook news posts, which are normally more about our personal lives.

This might seem like a weird division of labor, but Reddit and Facebook are two very different mediums. Many of the posts on Reddit have very little to do with the people that they’re about. Our news posts are made for the people who are reading our posts, and our Facebook posts are made for the people who are reading the posts we’re making.

Reddit and Facebook are two very different mediums. Many of the posts on Reddit have very little to do with the people that theyre about. Our news posts are made for the people who are reading our posts, and our Facebook posts are made for the people who are reading the posts were making.

The first reason is because the people that read our posts are the people that are reading our posts. The second reason is because we post to Facebook in order to reach the people that are reading those posts.

I think that this is a good point. We have a huge network of bloggers and people that use them as a way to post to the sites and forums that those sites provide. But if you want to reach out to a new audience, you might start on a platform that does not directly serve that purpose.

Of course there are many social networks out there that have no relevance to a blog about computer games, but there are plenty that do. Reddit is one of those platforms. It’s a very old and established community for gaming, and it has a lot of people that are very active. But I think most people that use Reddit to post on the forum are not a part of the community.

In a sense, Reddit is a social community, but it’s not a good place to post blogs. The people who are part of the community are generally very active and passionate about gaming. They’re the people who are posting, commenting and voting on the posts in question. That’s why the blogs that you see being posted on Reddit tend to be mostly from people that have a large following on the site.

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