How to wrap advice as a gift a Redditor might open users are known as ‘Redditors’. If you ask around, you might be surprised to find that some of the folks you respect the most are Redditors, aka active users of

Are you surprised to hear that? Should you be? When was the last time you asked someone whose 2¢ you value this question: ‘Where’s your daily watering hole for ideas & insights?’

When you do, more often than not, you might hear this: ‘On Reddit.’

You see, Reddit is still this hiding-in-plain-sight kind of place where a lot of smart, productive, and influential folks go to both inhale & share deep thoughts, helpful experiences, and no-bloat expertise. Case in point: Reddit’s famous AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions have attracted the likes of Will Ferrell, Elon Musk, and Barack Obama.

And that takes us back to the why behind the question at the top of this story. Why would you even want to wrap some kind of advice or insight as a gift a Redditor might open? Here’s our 2¢ on that question: Because, more often than they might care to take credit for it, Redditors tend to be pace-setters for new ideas, products/services, and trends.

Dec 1, ’21