By the Numbers: 40+ Amazing Reddit Statistics

reddit statisticsTonight’s “By the Numbers” installment focuses on facts and statistics related to the social network Reddit.

Reddit is not a public company and is not as talked about in digital pubs like a Facebook, Google or Twitter, so finding interesting facts and stats was a bit tougher than usual for this one. Thankfully, the network is very up front with some of their major user stats, so that made getting the basics listed a bit easier. If you can think of a Reddit Stat that you’d like to see here, please leave a comment below and I will include it in my next update if I can find the stat somewhere.

Anyways, here are your Reddit statistics…

Reddit’s Launch Date:

June 2005

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Reddit’s Hometown:

Medford, MA (Currently located in San Francisco)

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How many Reddit visitors:

174 million monthly uniques

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Last updated 1/1/15


Percentage of U.S. online adults that visit Reddit:

6%

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Last updated 7/3/13


Largest demographic for Reddit:

18-29-year-old males (15%)

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Last updated 7/3/13


Number of Subreddits:

8,193

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Last updated 1/1/15


Number of Countries with Reddit Users:

186

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Last updated 1/1/15


Number of Monthly Reddit Pageviews:

6.175 billion

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Last updated 1/1/15


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Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these stats come from Reddit’s own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100% accurate.

 

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