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80 Amazing Reddit Statistics and Facts (2019) | By the Numbers

Today’s “By the Numbers” installment focuses on Reddit statistics and fun facts. I hope you find these helpful!

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.

Please note that some of these Reddit statistics and facts 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.

Reddit Facts

  • Reddit Website: reddit.com
  • Reddit Launch Date: June 2005
  • Reddit Hometown: Medford, MA
  • Current Reddit Headquarters: San Francisco, CA
  • Reddit Founders:  Steve Huffman, Alexis Ohanian

What is Reddit?

The front page of the internet • Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with millions of users worldwide. (source)

Reddit Statistics

How many people use Reddit?

330 million Reddit users

Last updated 3/23/19


Number of Reddit users in the US:

26.4 million monthly active users

Last updated 3/27/19


Number of Subreddits to date:

853,824 Subreddits

Last updated 6/23/15


Number of active Reddit communities:

150,000 communities

Last updated 12/4/18


Number of Countries with Reddit Users:

217

Last updated 2/19/16


Number of Monthly Reddit Pageviews:

18 billion

Last updated 11/13/18


Average number of daily votes on Reddit:

58 million votes

Last updated 3/15/18


Average visit length for Reddit:

16 minutes

Last updated 11/13/18


How many redditors:

3.368 million

Last updated 2/19/16


Percentage of piracy takedown notices that were rejected by Reddit:

81%

Last updated 4/18/17


Number of comments left on Reddit daily:

2.8 million

Last updated 3/15/18


Number of daily searches on Reddit:

40 million searches

Last updated 9/7/17


Reported value of Reddit:

$1.8 billion

Last updated 7/31/17


Number of Reddit Employees:

250 employees

Last updated 11/9/17


Percentage of Reddit that is in English:

80%

Last updated 11/9/17


Average number of monthly Reddit post submissions:

11 million

Last updated 3/15/18


Average amount of video viewing on Reddit each day:

5 million minutes

Last updated 6/12/18


Average amount of native Reddit video views per month:

1 billion

Last updated 10/2/18


Average amount of Reddit video served daily:

400,000 hours

Last updated 10/2/18


Percentage of Reddit video views that occur on mobile:

70%

Last updated 10/2/18


Number of monthly page views for the top Reddit television community:

24 million

Last updated 8/10/18


Number of monthly page views for top Reddit beauty communities:

33 million

Last updated 8/29/18


Number of monthly active users in top Reddit beauty communities:

2.7 million

Last updated 8/29/18


Percentage of Reddit users that are gamers:

4.5%

Last updated 9/27/18


Number of gaming communities on Reddit:

more than 1,000

Last updated 9/27/18


Projected Reddit revenue from ads for 2019:

$119 million

Last updated 3/27/19


Projected Reddit revenue from ads for 2021:

$261.7 million

Last updated 3/27/19

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    • Indeed, that's how many were logged in in the last day. That same page has this statistic:

      "last month, reddit had 168,519,576 unique visitors"

      And while not all of those are account-holders, it seems likely to me that the number who are is more than ~1.8%. Of course there's always the question of whether you're required to have an account to be considered "a redditor" but that's getting a little abstract for simple stats.

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