I rarely see anyone talk about reddit ads so I decided to give it a try. Setup: Very easy. They don't require you to have a business. Anybody can create an ad. You can target traffic from certain countries and even target specific states in the US. You can also specify which subreddits you want your ad to show on. Rules: Straightforward. No redirects. No Adult material in the ad. Etc. Pretty common stuff. I don't think affiliate links are allowed but a landing page is a simple solution or website. Cost: $20 got me nearly 60,000 impressions, 353 clicks ($0.06 cpc), all US traffic Results: This is the disappointing part. Out of 353 clicks, I only got 1 conversion for $10. However, it was a direct to sales page ad (will not disclose product or niche). Conclusion: For the price and amount of clicks it delivered, I definitely think reddit deserves some experimentation. Perhaps a direct to sale page ad isn't a good idea or perhaps my ad and product sucked. Regardless, I'm going to do more work with reddit ads. I imagine if I can find something worthy it will be an amazing return on investment.