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  • NinjaKlaus
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    This sure would help explain the big Reddit push for "new Reddit" which looks a lot like a traditional social media site complete with advertisements disguised as posts. I mean it helps they've pushed their users to post using Reddit's own image and video hosting servers to draw traffic away from YouTube and IMGUR too.

  • PR0PH37
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    Wow, I was actually just wondering if anyone actually still used Reddit...

    • AdelleChattre (edited 5 months ago)
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      Technically, the paid shills, bigoted trolls, spambot sockpuppets, votesellers, and angsty incels that make up most new Reddit users count against the traffic metrics.

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