More than 500 million people have visited Reddit, a website where users submit stories, photos and videos to be voted on by others.
The site has become the go-to platform for sharing and sharing alike, but it’s also become a haven for those who want to share their personal stories with the world.
It’s also a business, with the company generating revenues of $1 billion a year and a profit of $25 million last year.
Now it’s launching its own website, which it hopes will provide more direct avenues for fans to share and discuss their work.
And while the company has more than 600 million monthly visitors, the goal is to bring in more than 1 billion monthly visitors by the end of the year.
That’s a significant change for the company that was founded in 2004 by co-founders Alexis Ohanian and Jimmy Wales.
Its mission is to make it easier for people to share ideas and information with each other, and to help businesses make the leap from ideas to sales and marketing.
But the company also has ambitions to expand beyond the confines of Reddit.
Its first product is a mobile app, which will allow users to share news, events and content from their mobile devices.
And its founders are now looking into licensing other platforms.
In recent years, Reddit has attracted a small but growing number of venture capital funds, including a $20 million round in 2014 from venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz and a $1.5 million round last year from Andreessen.
Its revenue jumped by a third last year to $2.5 billion from $1 million.
And the company’s stock, which has grown by 20 percent over the past year, has gained more than 70 percent.
Its stock has been worth about $4.70 for the past two years, which is still well above its peers.
The founders also believe the site will become more than just a place to talk.
“We see Reddit as a tool for people who are really passionate about ideas,” Ohanian said in an interview.
“It’s a tool where they can share ideas, and it’s a platform where people can share experiences and build a community around their ideas.”
So far, the company says it’s attracted more than 5 million new users, more than 50,000 of whom have signed up to receive the newsletter.
It says that growth will continue as it tries to attract more people to its app.
And it’s planning to expand to other platforms as well.
To do that, it is working with other startups, including Reddit CEO Alexis Ohania.
And Ohanian says he wants the site to have a more social feel than what people expect.
Its goal is for its app to be “an alternative to Facebook and Twitter,” he said.
That means the app will not only allow users and friends to communicate, but also offer tools to create and share content.
But there’s a long way to go before it can achieve that.
Reddit has grown rapidly over the years.
In 2012, its traffic surpassed Facebook by more than 60 million visitors per month.
Last year, its audience reached more than 100 million people, more people than any other social network.
Its growth has also been driven by the popularity of other sites, such as Twitter and Tumblr, which have attracted thousands of new users each month.
The growth of the internet itself has also propelled Reddit to become a huge player in the world of media.
The company reported $3.5bn in revenue in the fourth quarter, which came in below estimates.
And as of the end, it had more than $8 billion in monthly active users.
That growth has helped the company earn a valuation of $4 billion.
But that doesn’t mean it can afford to spend the money on acquisitions, and the company may not be able to continue to grow as quickly as it has.
While Ohanian has been open about the challenges of growing on the web, he has said he sees Reddit as more like a platform for the next wave of companies to enter.
And in recent years he has emphasized the need to embrace the digital revolution, which includes social media.
But you have to understand that we’re building an entirely different platform.” “
And that’s why they’re using Twitter and Facebook.
But you have to understand that we’re building an entirely different platform.”
But some of the biggest problems facing Reddit are related to its growth.
Its users are growing slowly and they are becoming increasingly more distracted, said David Bresnahan, who oversees research for social media at Strategy Analytics.
And when Reddit’s users are distracted by other online communities, they can miss important announcements, Bresnaahan said.
A new study released this week by the McKinsey Global Institute found that online social networks like Facebook and Instagram, which also attract