BuzzFeed's Jonah Peretti Explains If You Don't Like Cute Animal Pics (Hence BuzzFeed), You're Not Human
BuzzFeed's Jonah Peretti Explains If You Don't Like Cute Animal Pics (Hence BuzzFeed), You're Not Human
                                       

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New Today at Disrupt NY 2013, Buzzfeed founder Jonah Peretti took the stage to talk to the audience about how content works on the Internet: What sells, what gets shared and why. Peretti, a journalist, programmer, marketer and founding member of The Huffington Post (now owned by TechCrunch parent company AOL),...
Jonah Peretti: Sex Is A Lot More Popular Than Jesus On Google

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Netflix’s House of Cards took center stage at the annual White House Correspondence Dinner, with an official spoof about the back room jockeying over seat assignments at the coveted press dinner. The clip even gave a big nod to Buzzfeed’s alternative BBQ held during the actual dinner. Despite their admirable...
Watch A House Of Cards Spoof With Kevin Spacey And Obama Make A Buzzfeed Pot Joke

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Samsung Mobile, BuzzFeed and others among this week's top PTAT gainers for product and service pages

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Social sports site by USA Today aims for fans, non-fans alike

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This New Portrait Website Reveals What Total Strangers Think Of You

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