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BuzzFeed has a new plan for making money: selling you clothes

BuzzFeed has a new plan to make money: selling merchandise produced by its illustrators and designers. After a successful internal test run, BuzzFeed opened Shop BuzzFeed to the public this summer. The site sells things like wacky socks, tee shirts with slogans on them, and lots of apparel emblazoned with AF (as f). Shop BuzzFeed might look like a swag shop only meant for superfans, but Tessa Gould, BuzzFeed's head of commerce, told Poynter that it's actually an important part of BuzzFeed's money-making strategy.
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