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  • ima11 (edited 3 years ago)
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    Statistically, I'd say there are STILL more people on Reddit than the alternative sites which are this one, Eerrii, and (maybe) Voat. Do I believe that there is an increasing amount of people LEAVING Reddit for these alternative sites? Yes. In other words, it's having a mass exodus of people leaving it, but so does Facebook. In the end, there are masses who will use it. I definitely believe this site is the future; but is it dying at THIS point? Not necessarily. It is still a cause for concern, regardless, on Reddit's part - and a scary potential against it, this and other sites have, that's for sure. Even Myspace didn't die all at once - it took time. Give it time, and while many will still use Reddit, it won't be the ONLY major player in this industry. Classic/Mainstream? Yes. But not a monopoly/go-to site, alone. I do believe that this site needs more tribes like Reddit has subreddits - that will happen over time; it isn't an over-night job.