Why Big Brands Are Suddenly Getting Cozy With Reddit

New ad-targeting tech and custom content are a draw

Just six months ago, Reddit—whose famous slogan is "The front page of the internet"—was a dangerous place for marketers because of its reputation as a pool of trolling and harassment.

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