/r/Thatsabooklight metrics (Everyday objects used as movie props.)

This subreddit is about props being repurposed from everyday household or commercial items, things we interact with on a day to day basis being transformed and used as something else on screen. It's fascinating on both the amazing and the absurdly bad ends, so we welcome it all here. Please do abide by the rules, though. They are there for a reason.


Milestone Date Note
Nov 24, 2020 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 90K subscribers
Mar 17, 2020 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 80K subscribers
Nov 27, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 70K subscribers
Nov 26, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight is trending Trend thread
Oct 20, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 60K subscribers
Oct 20, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight - the fastest growing non-default reddit of the day
Oct 9, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 40K subscribers
Jul 13, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight enters TOP 5K subreddits
Jul 13, 2019 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 30K subscribers
Dec 7, 2017 /r/Thatsabooklight hits 100 subscribers
Jan 25, 2015 /r/Thatsabooklight is born
Total Subscribers


Subreddit Rank


Average Subscriber Growth
Average daily subscriber growth for the past week, month, and year for /r/Thatsabooklight.
Weekly Avg.50
Monthly Avg.104
Yearly Avg.54
Average Active Users
The average active users (polled every 2 hours) for the past week and month for /r/Thatsabooklight.
Weekly Avg.29
Monthly Avg.36
Active Users/Subscriber0.00048
Users By Time Of Day

Subreddit Growth
How /r/Thatsabooklight growth compares with growth of 2,506,885 other subreddits.
No. 5,389Fastest growing yesterday
No. 8,591Fastest growing last 7 days
No. 4,571Fastest growing last 30 days
No. 7,914Fastest growing last 90 days




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