The ‘anti-influencer influencer’: why more advertisers are signing up to Reddit
Alex Underwood, Reddit’s global head of agency development, discusses the unique perks of Reddit culture, the future of its agency partnerships and his quest to deepen advertisers’ understanding of the platform.
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