Reddit Averaged 52M Daily Active Users in October

COO Jen Wong said the company totaled over $100 million in 2019 ad revenue


User numbers have been hard to come by for Reddit, as it remains a private company, unlike the bulk of its platform counterparts, but chief operating officer Jen Wong provided a rare peek behind the curtain Tuesday.

Wong told Sahil Patel of The Wall Street Journal that Reddit averaged 52 million daily active users in October, up 44% year over year.

Those numbers pale in comparison to social platforms like Facebook, which reported an average of 1.82

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