Reddit is a social news aggregation, web content rating and discussion website. The Company provides a platform for online communities to submit links, create content and have discussions about whatever topic that interests them. Users can post links to content on the web and then the other users can vote the posted links up or down, causing them to appear more or less prominently on the site’s home page.

Parent Company
Advance Publications
San Francisco, US
Reddit was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Reddit

Steven Huffman

Steven Huffman

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer
Chris Slowe

Chris Slowe

Alexis Ohanian

Alexis Ohanian

Co-founder and Executive Chairman
Nick Caldwell

Nick Caldwell

VP Engineering
Roxy Young

Roxy Young

VP of Marketing
Joel Meek

Joel Meek

VP Operations
Marty Weiner

Marty Weiner

Zubair Jandali

Zubair Jandali

VP Sales
Katelin Holloway

Katelin Holloway

VP, People & Culture
Alex Le

Alex Le

VP Product

Reddit Office Locations

Reddit has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
420 Taylor Street

Reddit Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

In total, Reddit had raised $250.1 m. Reddit is a subsidiary of Advance Publications

Reddit Operating Metrics

Jun, 2015Dec, 2015Aug, 2017Sep, 2017Nov, 2017Nov, 2017

Daily Unique Visitors

26.42 m

Monthly Unique Visitors

792.6 m

Daily Page Views

270.81 m

Lines of Code

213.08 k
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Reddit Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Alien BlueOctober 16, 2014
RedditGiftsAugust 23, 2011

Reddit's Web-traffic and Trends

Reddit Online and Social Media Presence

Reddit News and Updates

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Someone on Reddit found a hair lodged in the bottom of the big toe. It's a phenomenon called a "hair splinter," commenters noted.  You can watch it get pulled out in a short but sweet video.  Here's a fun fact about hair: Sometimes a stray strand can just burrow its way into your skin. It's a ph…

Reddit uses its front page to fight for net neutrality

Reddit is today joining the discussion about net neutrality, as most of the front page is plastered with posts and ads about saving the “free and open internet.” You might have noticed something a little different about Reddit this morning. We're running #NetNeutrality ads across our site to raise a…

Something insane is happening on Reddit right now

I awoke on Friday morning on the West Coast, logged online, and did what I have been doing every single morning for years. I opened my browser and immediately went to to see what top stories, memes, and videos were trending. After all, it is "the front page of the internet." But what I …

Reddit and its users are ratcheting up their opposition to the FCC's imminent repeal of its net neutrality rules

Reddit users on Friday took to the site to call out congressional opponents of net neutrality. Users not only named net neutrality opponents, but posted how much in campaign donations the members of Congress reportedly received from the telecommunications industry, which is pushing for a repeal of…

The top-rated post ever in r/Nascar is about net neutrality

NASCAR fans really hate it when you take away their net neutrality. After Federal Communication Commission chairman Ajit Pai announced on Nov. 21 his plans…

'We are disappointed': Tech firms are speaking up against the FCC's plan to kill net neutrality (FB, GOOG, TWTR)

Business Insider asked some of the biggest tech firms in the US about the FCC's plans to kill net neutrality. Netflix, Facebook, Google and more are all speaking out in support of net neutrality, and against the FCC's plans. The FCC is planning to kill net neutrality — and some tech companies ar…
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