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BuzzFeed president Greg Coleman on how it will use its $50m investment to court brands

Lara O'Reilly

Marketers have already been given enough reasons to take notice of BuzzFeed to write their own BuzzFeed-style listicles on the company – in recent months there has barely been a publisher more commented on, compared to or criticised.

But now, with its recent cash injection and newly-hired president Greg Coleman now firmly in situ, BuzzFeed is on a marketing drive of its own to ensure the world’s top brands are taking advantage of what it proposes is the new advertising medium: tone of voice.

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