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What's A Typical Ad Spend On Reddit?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Arkitekt, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. Arkitekt

    Arkitekt Newbie

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    I am trying to promote a webcomic on Reddit using the self-service advertising platform. I purchased a test of one day for $30.00 in a subreddit just to see what it's like. For real results, do I have to drop $100-$500 a day on something like this?

    What is your typical ad spend on Reddit?

    I just want to know if I'm approaching this correctly.

    Thanks.
     
  2. alnayeem

    alnayeem Registered Member

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    I dont know much about you but this might help you.

    Link:goo.gl/gR8Zw
     
  3. Zorse

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    I've run a campaign on Reddit before. It was for a CPA offer that paid $2. The $30 was plenty for me to realize that that particular campaign wasn't going to work. Unless you're sending traffic to something where the payout is $15-$20+ per conversion, I think $30 should be sufficient to test a single subreddit. That's assuming you don't come up with a significant change afterwards that could have improved conversions; then you'd need to test it again. In some situations, it might be a good idea to run for a whole week to get good data. Just use your best judgement.