Definitions

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  • adj. Worthy of enthusiastic popular attention, or buzz

Etymologies

buzz +‎ -worthy (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Intelligent Office of Alexandria Changes Ownership technology to determine the most 'buzzworthy' people, places and things of 2009

    WN.com - Articles related to Fun and games as web giants play catch-up

  • D.C. Mobile DTV C.nsumer Showcase Ideal Opportunity to Study C.nsumer Behavior with Rich Menu of Local Programming -- WASHINGTON, Feb 02, 2010/PRNewswire via C.MTEX technology to determine the most 'buzzworthy' people, places and things of 2009

    WN.com - Articles related to More merchants embrace mobile coupons

  • New Service Provides Attitudinal and Behavioral Insights into Mobile Consumers technology to determine the most 'buzzworthy' people, places and things of 2009

    WN.com - Financial News

  • Much of the coverage picked up on the "buzzworthy" cloud aspect of the announcement, like this:

    TechNet Blogs

  • Leading interactive marketing agency uses social media mining technology to determine the most 'buzzworthy' people, places and things of 2009

    Automotive Headlines

  • NEW YORK (AP) - Chris Cornell is giving the term "buzzworthy" a new edge.

    WCAX - Local News

  • Associated Press - April 9, 2009 1: 45 AM ET NEW YORK (AP) - Chris Cornell is giving the term 'buzzworthy' a new edge.

    WCAX - Local News

  • The guys were getting air play on the radio and deemed "buzzworthy" by MTV.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Worst Practice: Creating a "buzzworthy" site that doesn't include a way to engage.

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  • I wonder how 'buzzworthy' U2 would be if they were a new band in 2k9.

    Artrocker

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