Software Startups Not on Cloud ‘Doing It Wrong,’ Says Reddit’s Jeremy Edberg

August 1, 2014

A startup faces a lot of challenges in its’ life-cycle, but there are few that stick out.

The first question has to do with explosive growth—how do you start it?

A lot of startups often die looking for that growth.

Those that thrive, and find user attention often struggle with what can at time be an even more complicated problem: how do you manage that growth once it has started?

Reddit draws just over a hundred million unique visitors every month. With just under 8,000 active communities embedded within the site as subreddits, it powers the global “community of communities”—and is one of Alexa’s top 100 sites. It is a global brand of its own, capable of curating a rush of traffic to the most pressing political issue of the day, or a funny picture of a dog.

Source: TechVibes

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