Buzzword

A buzzword is a word or phrase used to impress, or one that is fashionable. Buzzwords often originate in jargon or are neologisms.The term was first used in 1946 as student slang.
Posts about Buzzword
  • Three Stories That Will Help Content Marketers Win With Storytelling

    … Back in August of ’13, Contently co-founder Shane Snow wrote the following in a LinkedIn Influencer post: “Every few minutes, a new buzzword rips through the business world, skids, gets a few books written on it, and ends up in a pile of tired terms next to ‘synergy.’ Today, one of the biggest corporate buzzwords is ‘storytelling.’ Marketers…

    Jesse Pickrain/ TopRank®in Content- 11 readers -
  • 2014 Google Ranking Factors

    … The same as in 2013, with the same percentage Last year’s number 4 Last year’s number 3 A recent buzzword that one leading industry expert wrote about in an article, despite Google saying that they don’t take that into account Everything else tied for 6th with such minute percentages that there’s really no way to differentiate between them HTTPS Latent Semantic Indexing Word Targeted Funnel Semantic Eigenvector Ordinance Like this: Like Loading... …

    WTFSEOin Google- 5 readers -
  • Ecommerce: Going beyond omnichannel for creative customer experiences

    … Omnichannel is a word that many marketers have become familiar with in the past year or so. It’s the evolution of multichannel marketing and, some argue, an overused buzzword. Lisa Butler, Head of Enterprise Solutions Enablement, eBay, agrees with that statement. In the MarketingSherpa Media Center at IRCE, she sat down with Allison Banko…

    Erin Hogg/ MarketingSherpa Blog- 13 readers -
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