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March 21, 2014
lisakunk

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The 20 most popular TED Talks, as of this moment

I look forward to each of these top 20 as soon as I possible. I hope that is sooner than I expect.

TED Blog

8506166674_27b6649d38_b As 2013 draws to a close, TED is deeply humbled to have posted 1600+ talks , each representing an idea worth spreading. So which ideas have had the most widespread impact? Below, a look at the 20 most-watched talks as of December 2013. These viewership numbers include all the platforms we track: TED.com, YouTube, iTunes, embed and download, Hulu and more.

Some fascinating things to notice on this list, if you’d like to compare and contrast it to the most popular talks in 2012, and to the list we shared back in 2011: Amy Cuddy, Susan Cain, David Blaine and Pamela Meyer are all newcomers to the list, with Cuddy’s talk storming to spot #5 thanks to you sharing it. Meanwhile, Brene Brown’s talk has doubled in its number of views since 2012, with Simon Sinek and Mary Roach’s talks coming close to that line. And finally, Ken…

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3 thoughts on “The 20 most popular TED Talks, as of this moment

  1. I adore TED talks. I had a major ephiphany this year after several readers had sent me TED clips. My blog is like a TED conference!! This was huge.

    You and your hubby are funny, btw. =)

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    • Thanks. I look forward to reading more of your writing. If there were only more hours in every day…sigh
      I would read and write and read and write…
      oh, and stop to be with my people and animals then read and write and read and write…

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