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AddGlow is competing against Reddit and Facebook by offering community-building software designed for companies

Ina Herlihy argues that e-commerce firms are missing out on organic traffic and potential income by depending on third-party community platforms such as Reddit and Facebook groups. According to Herlihy in an email to , organizations must put increasing retention rates and organic traffic as a top priority as the …

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Reddit may consider an IPO again

Reddit is reportedly testing an IPO again. On Monday, Bloomberg reported that Reddit “is holding talks with potential investors for an initial public offering.” Bloomberg sources say the 2005 San Francisco company co-founded by Steve Huffman, Aaron Swartz, and Alexis Ohanian may go public in the first quarter. Reddit has …

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Reddit is doing away with the option to disable ad personalization based on user behavior

On Wednesday, Reddit announced it was updating its privacy settings in an effort to standardize ad personalization and account visibility controls. Specifically, it’s doing away with the option to disable ad personalization based on users’ Reddit behavior. Unnamed “select countries” will still have the option to opt out, the company …

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After API changes, Reddit prepares

Reddit had a rough month after changing its data API. In the past month, Reddit’s CEO gave interviews defending the company’s decision, the social network fought with developers and moderators, and many subreddits went dark and protested. Since the API changes and rate limits went into effect on July 1, …

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