Tag Archives: Buzzwords

Digital Marketing And The Buzzwords Of The Clueless – Infographic

We’ve all sat through meetings that are teeming with buzzwords. Optimization! Synergy! Collaboration! Engagement! While some buzzwords actually have substance (i.e. big data), many people use (and overuse) buzzwords just to try to sound smart, when in fact, they have no idea what’s going on. Continue reading

From The BS Generator: The Most Overused Buzzwords In Public Relations 2013 – Infographic

With journalists constantly getting bombarded with story requests, the worst thing you can do is throw away your one chance to impress due to an overuse of buzzwords. Not to fear, mind. The team at Pressat have your back (Jack). Continue reading

The Social Marketer’s Urban Twictionary – Infographic

Ever wonder how a word gets into the Merriam-Webster dictionary? It’s one of the most popular questions facing their editors on a daily basis. The answer is quite simple actually: usage. Each day these editors devote several hours to scouring published text in search of new words to mark and record new words along with the appropriate context and insight into use and form. Continue reading