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Reddit Has Banner Year, Boasts 232% Traffic Growth

January 3rd, 2011 01:06 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Social news site Reddit has just posted some interesting statistics on a remarkable 2010 filled with traffic spikes and user engagement growth. Most notable? The jump in pageviews from 250 million in January of 2010 to 829 million in December of 2010, a 232% growth.

Reddit has increasingly become a favorite haunt of many in the social media community, especially since competitor Digg’s v4 redesign underwhelmed both its casual and core users. It’s no surprise that that user growth is now reflected in its traffic and increased time per visit.

Best part about this chart? Search in Jan 2010: sucked … Search in Dec 2010: worked. Congrats Reddit!

Source: Reddit Has Banner Year, Boasts 232% Traffic Growth

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