Techdirt Podcast Episode 33: Reddit And The Challenges Of Building A Business Out Of A Community

from the downvote-of-confidence dept

Reddit is a prime example of the explosive growth of online communities — and recently it's become a prime test case for the huge challenges such growth brings, especially for those who are trying to use it as the foundation for a successful company. This week we discuss some of those challenges that sit at the intersection of community and business, both in terms of popular examples like Reddit and personal experiences as both members and builders of online communities.

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Filed Under: business models, community, podcast
Companies: reddit


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    Anonymous Coward, 14 Jul 2015 @ 2:35pm

    Waiting for TD coverage

    to cover the Paogate 2.0, which is a bit of an unfair characterization to blame her for the fiasco related to the Victoria firing. This is going to be the first podcast I listen to after the first one. Thanks for discussing it.

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