Pew: Reddit Used By 6% Of U.S. Online Adults, Putting It On Par With Tumblr, But Far Behind Facebook
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In a post explaining why he thinks Google shuttered Google Reader, Marco Arment calls Google, Facebook, and Twitter “by far the three most important web players today” when it comes to how we discover and consume information.
But a report out from Pew points to another site making an impact. Reddit — the self-described “front page of the internet,” where users can post, discuss and promote links to other sites, GIFs, and more — now sees visits from 6 percent of all adults in the U.S., with 18-29-year-old males being the biggest users of all, at 15 percent.
That's a lot of young men congregating in one place:
the only congregating site more interesting than Reddit is PW
Aw thank you. We don't have nearly the variety Reddit has though.