3 Reasons Why Reddit’s Video Advertising Is a Big Deal

Opinion: When Redditors praise a brand, you can assume the affection is genuine

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If you are a marketer who has resisted Reddit until now, this might be a good time to reconsider: The site recently added video advertising to the mix for select clients and received $200 million in funding, which put its valuation at $1.8 billion.

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