How do you earn the most money on Reddit?
You have to pay a commission.
That’s the basic concept behind paid mods, who earn the majority of their income from ad revenue, which they can use to pay themselves more, or even to hire a better person.
“This is a really good idea,” said an anonymous Redditor, who goes by the handle “Mongolian”.
“I think this is a great opportunity for me.
I’m an admin, and I get paid $20/month to mod.”
“I’ve got my own site now,” said another Redditor who goes as the name “Coffee,” “and I have been getting $5/hour from ads.
I get $10 for every $100 of ad revenue I get.
Theres a lot of potential for me, so why not?”
“I’m not sure,” said the anonymous mod.
“Theres a ton of money to be made from ads, and there are lots of ads I don’t use that aren’t really useful.
If I can get paid for my ad-buying skills, it’ll be worth it.”
“The money from ad sales will go towards hiring more admins,” said a redditor who calls himself “TheCockyOne,” who makes $20 an hour.
“A lot of people I know make less than $20.
I dont have to make that much, and it wont cost me anything.
I can make the most from it, and youre not going to get paid to work for free.”
“It would be nice to have more money in my bank account.
It wouldnt be a bad idea to invest some money in some real estate,” said someone called “TheFlex” who makes around $15,000.
“If I can sell some properties, I can pay for my own travel,” said one person called “Sugar” who made around $50,000 in a single year.
“It’s a good way to get money in your pocket,” said “Grimm,” who made about $100,000 and makes $2,000 per day, or about $20 per hour.
Another Redditor named “LuvNox” made $150,000 for a single month, or $10,000 a month.
“We have a lot in the bank,” said Sugar, “and we can use it to buy real estate.
And thats why we are modding.”
Paid mods are the bread and butter of Reddit, which was created by Erik Martin, who also created the social news site Reddit.com.
The site has grown in popularity in recent years, and is now the most visited website in the world, behind only Twitter.
“When Reddit started out, it was the first website that you could use to post links to other websites.
Thats how you could post links on the Internet, and thats how people got information,” said Martin.
“Then Reddit became the largest platform in the Internet for information, and so people began to want to be a part of the Reddit community.”
This was a big shift from previous sites, where the vast majority of content was posted on forums, with many users having to resort to posting in real-time, or posting in small groups, or using the message board format.
“As a community, we were very limited.
So we tried to get back to that model.
We went from forums to a real community where the community is able to share ideas and knowledge.
And in that community, it became possible for people to form communities with people that they trusted,” said Matt Weinberger, who helped to launch Reddit in 1998.
“At that point, I was already working for a software company.
We were able to build a community that was more like the real Reddit community, where you can get in touch with other people and connect with the other members. “
In 1998, we created a real-life version of Reddit that was actually much better than it was in the past.
We were able to build a community that was more like the real Reddit community, where you can get in touch with other people and connect with the other members.
And there are many different ways that the community can comment on that feature, or any changes to the product. “
Now, when we create a new feature or make a change to the site, we look for community feedback on that.
“Because if you don’t have a community group, then you have to wait for the day you get banned. “
So, I think it’s really important that we have these community groups,” he said.
“Because if you don’t have a community group, then you have to wait for the day you get banned.
If the community group is really active and there’s a lot going on, it’s possible that you might get banned, too.”
Martin told me that the biggest problem for him as an administrator was how the site was constantly being used by people who had never been on Reddit before.
“That was a really big problem for me