Jonah Peretti

Jonah Peretti (born January 1, 1974) is an American Internet entrepreneur, a founder of BuzzFeed and Huffington Post, and creator of Reblog.
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  • Itching for INBOUND: The Talks We Can’t Wait to Hear

    … sponsorship and contributing opportunities. Let’s set something up! TAGS: Aziz Ansari, Boston, Brené Brown, Brian Halligan, chad pollitt, dan moyle, Daniel Pink, Dharmesh Shah, gini dietrich, Hubspot, Inbound, Inbound conference, jason falls, Jon Ronson, Jonah Peretti, Marc Maron, pam didner, partner, Seth Godin, Sophia Amoruso 47 …

    Danielle Look/ Relevance- 18 readers -
  • Here Come Facebook’s Instant Articles

    … content into the feed and will closely monitor the effect. We are ready to change how much we make available. He added that AMC science-fiction series Humans is lined up as an advertiser for The Atlantic’s Instant Articles. NBC News: The broadcast network’s news arm plans to post 30 to 40 Instant Articles per day. BuzzFeed: CEO Jonah Peretti told…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Blogging- 25 readers -
  • 5 things we learned about BuzzFeed in 2014

    … haunted by the specter of its more freewheeling past. Earlier this year, Gawker reported that BuzzFeed had started scrubbing its archives of old contentious content, erasing roughly 4,000 articles in total. BuzzFeed’s defense? The content “didn’t meet its editorial standards.” Likewise, BuzzFeed also had to deal with plagiarism. Politics reporter…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digidayin Social- 45 readers -
  • What I Learned About Content Marketing in 2014

    …, and when people are bored, they generally look to make conversation with friends and colleagues. Targeting that audience, BuzzFeed’s design and content is made for mobile and social audiences: easy to consume and just as easy to share. However, one of the factors that has contributed to their editorial strategy is thin-slicing every possible…

    Jonathan Allen/ State of Digitalin Social Content- 28 readers -
  • Why Clickbait Is Dangerous for Brands

    … for one minute.” Why is this important? Because it tells us that optimizing for sharing can be dangerous, as many people who share your content might not be very likely to return. It can also lead you down the path of creating content that’s only meant to be shared, not read. As BuzzFeed founder and CEO Jonah Peretti said in an interview with financial…

    Herbert Lui/ Relevancein Content- 15 readers -
  • BuzzFeed: We Don’t Fear Facebook News Feed Changes

    … users. Peretti shared some examples: Content about left-handed people, what it’s like to grow up with Asian immigrant parents, what it’s like to have a particular sexual orientation or be from Oklahoma. “Now we are seeing less massive hits,” Peretti said, “and we are seeing more content get a large amount of traffic, but very few get a mega, huge…

    Martin Beck/ Marketing Landin Social Facebook- 31 readers -
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