/r/leanfire metrics (leanfire)

For those that want to approach the problem of financial independence from a minimalist, stoic, frugal, or anti-consumerist trajectory. If you want to retire before 60 with less than $45k in planned yearly household expenses ($22k individual), this is the place to discuss it!


Milestone Date Note
Jun 1, 2021 /r/leanfire hits 200K subscribers
Sep 12, 2019 /r/leanfire hits 100K subscribers
Jul 13, 2019 /r/leanfire hits 90K subscribers
Jan 3, 2018 /r/leanfire hits 30K subscribers
Aug 13, 2017 /r/leanfire hits 20K subscribers
Feb 1, 2017 /r/leanfire is trending Trend thread
Dec 31, 2016 /r/leanfire enters TOP 5K subreddits
Dec 31, 2016 /r/leanfire hits 10K subscribers
Jul 24, 2016 /r/leanfire hits 5K subscribers
May 11, 2016 /r/leanfire enters TOP 10K subreddits
Oct 28, 2015 /r/leanfire hits 1K subscribers
Sep 7, 2015 /r/leanfire hits 500 subscribers
Jul 23, 2015 /r/leanfire hits 100 subscribers
Jun 26, 2015 /r/leanfire is born
Total Subscribers


Subreddit Rank


Average Subscriber Growth
Average daily subscriber growth for the past week, month, and year for /r/leanfire.
Weekly Avg.72
Monthly Avg.91
Yearly Avg.165
Average Active Users
The average active users (polled every 2 hours) for the past week and month for /r/leanfire.
Weekly Avg.124
Monthly Avg.129
Active Users/Subscriber0.00078
Users By Time Of Day

Subreddit Growth
How /r/leanfire growth compares with growth of 3,112,611 other subreddits.
No. 3,505Fastest growing yesterday
No. 5,977Fastest growing last 7 days
No. 6,156Fastest growing last 30 days
No. 4,288Fastest growing last 90 days




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