We live in a pull economy. Nothing pisses off the audience more than pushing something they don’t want and didn’t ask for to their devices.
Beyoncé is like The Wire of pop stars — a commendable institution that her fans have ruined by expressing their fandom in the most obnoxiously histrionic fashion imaginable.
BuzzFeed is to journalism what Geraldo is to Walter Cronkite. It sucks. It is built on meanest of readers’ instincts. These endless stream of crass listicles are an insult to the human intelligence and goodness you personify. Even Business Insider, a champion practitioner of cheap click-bait schemes, looks like The New York Review of Books compared to BuzzFeed. And don’t tell me that, by hiring a couple of “seasoned editors and writers” as the PR spin puts it, BuzzFeed will become a noble and notable contributor of information. We never saw a down/mass market product morphing into a premium media. You can delete as many posts as you wish, it won’t alter BF’s peculiar DNA.
If you aren’t getting rejected on a daily basis, your goals aren’t ambitious enough
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