Why I don’t like how Reddit is monetizing my traffic
I’ve written before on this site, and it’s time for another rant.
The reason is because there are several reasons why I don, too.
I have some personal vendetta against Reddit, and I know a lot of other redditors are too.
There’s an argument to be made for monetizing the site in some way, but that argument has a very thin foundation.
Reddit is a site that makes money by making a profit.
And if you look at the bottom line for Reddit, it’s a big percentage of the site’s revenue.
I think it’s very easy to make money on Reddit.
If you want to earn money on the site, you have to spend money.
You have to do more.
But I don: I think Reddit is making a lot more money off its own users than it is off the site itself.
If I had a dollar for every time I had to do a search for a particular subreddit on Reddit, I would have a very very large fortune.
And the other thing I have to say is, the number one reason I don-I really don’t-believe that Reddit’s users are actually making money off the platform.
There is no monetization on Reddit; they just get paid to subscribe to a few subreddits that they like.
I just don’t see it.
The most important thing is the site.
Reddit does make money off ads.
Reddit makes money off advertising.
If it were possible to monetize Reddit, Reddit’s revenue would grow exponentially.
So, yes, it is possible for a redditor to make a small amount of money.
But it’s not possible to make more money on a subreddit than you would on the platform itself.
And it doesn’t work that way, because the platform is a huge and profitable platform.
If Reddit was making money, it would be making money from advertising, and there would be plenty of advertising on Reddit that would be very profitable.
If the site were monetizing Reddit, there would never be a need for ads on Reddit because people would just keep coming back for more.
This is why I think that Reddit is very much a platform for people who have a desire to do something with their time, a desire that I have, and want to get their content out to a large audience, and Reddit has a lot to offer for people to do this.
So I think there is a lot that is really, really good about Reddit, but I don of course expect to see a huge increase in revenue from this.
But what I do want to know is, are the people who are making money doing so in a way that is truly interesting and is worth their time?
Because I do believe that the vast majority of Reddit’s income is coming from the ads that Reddit pays to users.
If a lot or a large portion of Reddit is just making money by paying people to subscribe, then it’s probably a really bad idea to try and monetize the site with ads.
But if you have a really interesting way to monetizing your content and you want Reddit to be able to make that money back, and you’re not hurting Reddit, then I think you should try to monetization.
There are some people on Reddit who make a lot less money than I do, and they are very passionate about Reddit.
They spend hours and hours trying to get things to appear on Reddit and are dedicated to their subreddit.
And they’re very good at what they do.
And so they’re probably very successful at it, but they are also a lot like me.
They are not earning a ton of money from Reddit.
Reddit’s monetization model is very similar to the way that a lot people make a living off Google and Apple.
Google and Google pay Google to rank your search results in Google’s search results, and Google pays Apple to give people the same search results on their iPhones.
Apple doesn’t pay anyone to give them the same results in their iPhones, but Apple is a great company, and Apple does pay a lot for Google to make their search results appear on their search result pages.
And when you do a Google search, you’re paying Google a lot.
And Google is a company that has a huge amount of control over the search results that are shown to you.
And what Google does is, it can make sure that search results are as relevant to Google as possible, and that you have the results that Google thinks are most relevant to you, so that they can get the most of the money that they’re making from search.
And this is what Reddit is doing, too, but this time it’s more like Amazon and Microsoft and Google, which have different ways of monetizing search results.
Reddit isn’t really trying to monetise search results anymore.
So Reddit’s ad revenue comes from Reddit users.
And Reddit users are paying Reddit to show up on their page and provide their content to Reddit.
And that’s the way Reddit monetizes.
Reddit doesn’t make money