Genius Hub Is Like A Paid Version Of Reddit’s AMA

Genius Hub Is Like A Paid Version Of Reddit’s AMA

By Sarah Perez Reddit’s traffic may be climbing amid its recent controversy and turmoil, but the company’s fate is now more questionable than before. And that means it’s time for competitors to swoop in to take advantage of Reddit’s instability to target those users looking for an alternative experience. Voat opened its doors to fleeing trolls, for example, and Tumblr launched its own… Read More

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