The majority of online ads are sponsored content and ads that are made to boost the number of clicks on a site, according to Reddit’s advertising and analytics team.
But in a survey, users are more likely to be exposed to ads that they think are made by a third-party.
The survey of nearly 1,500 Reddit users found that users are less likely to view a website’s ads if they’re sponsored by someone else.
The most common problem users were most likely to see on a website sponsored by a business or person was a “Sponsored Link” that appears to be from an ad.
This means that a site is making money off of the content on the site by placing ads that the site has paid for, or paid to make.
Users are also more likely than non-users to see ads with a sponsored image.
These are ads that appear to be generated by a website, but they are not actually paid for by the site.
“When you see sponsored links, the most common thing that you might see is a small logo or a logo with an image,” explained Reddit CEO Yishan Wong in a statement.
“A lot of people don’t understand that those aren’t sponsored ads and that they’re actually paid advertising.
And you should be aware that if you click on a link that is paid for with a click on an image, you’re probably clicking on a sponsored link.”
The ads may also appear to belong to the site and not to a third party, like the site’s own advertisements.
“It’s really difficult to tell what the intent is behind an ad,” said Wong.
“So if the website is paid, the site may be making money on the ad.
If the site is not, it’s probably not.”
Advertisers often use sponsored content to drive more traffic to a site.
In a survey of over 1,400 Reddit users, 88% said they were more likely for a site’s advertisements to be sponsored by another company.
The survey found that 76% of Reddit users were more often likely to click on sponsored links if they were sponsored by an ad network or a thirdparty.
“We’ve seen an increase in the number and variety of sponsored links that we see,” said Reddit’s chief marketing officer, Matt Cutts.
“We think it’s really important for our users to know that these ads are not necessarily from an advertiser.
They are really paid content.”
The survey also showed that Reddit users are also less likely than users of other platforms to see sponsored content in other parts of the site like in the comments.
Users of Reddit are also significantly less likely in the first place to click through to third-parties.
When Reddit users do click on links to third party ads, they are more often than other users to see a sponsored ad with an ad’s URL.
The Reddit data showed that users were also more than twice as likely as non-reddit users to click to see an ad with a link to a paid advertisement.
“Most of the time you’re going to see the ad, you see the link and it’s a link,” said Cutts, “but if it’s paid or sponsored, it seems like a big difference in your interactions.”
“This is something that is really important,” he said.
“People need to know the difference between what you see and what you actually paid.
We think that’s really crucial.”
When it comes to ads, Reddit’s ad guidelines state that “advertising that is sponsored, or sponsored content, that is presented to you in a way that is clearly sponsored and is not actually from a third person or an organization, should not be shown in your content.”
Reddit has not responded to a request for comment from Business Insider.