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Reddit sees 37 billion page views in 2012, 400 million unique views, 30 million posts

Reddit sees incredible viewership in 2012, releases top post and other stats

| Internet Browsers News | Posted: Jan 1, 2013 1:50 am

Reddit has certainly been a smash hit since its inception, but just how big was it in 2012? Well, according to the numbers released by the site, they received a massive 37 billion page views. An incredible number that is even more impressive when you add that those page view numbers were generated by 400 million unique users.

 

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The site also saw 30 million posts, which gained 4 billion votes. Averaged out, it works out to be roughly 133 votes per post. Reddit's AMA with Obama is the record post, bringing in 5.5 million page views.

 

Reddit has released a post with the top posts of 2012 and the Best of 2012 Awards.

NEWS SOURCES:Thenextweb.com

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