Marketing Jargon Terms Everyone Should Know

Marketing Jargon Terms Everyone Should Know

It doesn’t matter what industry you are in or where you are going. Wherever you may work, there will always be a business side. Learning a few of these jargon terms will help you understand what might be going on behind the scenes.

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As you build your career and your resume, it may be helpful to use acronyms and industry jargon. This article by Lindsay Lolovich focuses on ‘75 Marketing & Business Acronyms & Abbreviations Every Industry Pro Should Know’. While it has a specific focus on digital marketing and starting online businesses, it is generally useful.

The jargon used in any industry is initially a way to create more efficient communication by using terms that encapsulate additional meaning.  However, as industries grow, this jargon can exclude newcomers, especially new employees who are not familiar. As much as we are against exclusion, we would all aim for a level playing field when entering a new office. Learning some of these terms can help you to do that.

Small teams versus large teams – an article by Dominic Cummings

Small teams versus large teams – an article by Dominic Cummings the controversial head of the “Vote leave” campaign for Brexit.

This blog considers two recent papers on the dynamics of scientific research: one in Nature and one by the brilliant physicist, Michael Nielsen, and the brilliant founder of Stripe, Patrick Collison, who is a very unusual CEO. These findings are very important to the question: how can we make economies more productive and what is the relationship between basic science and productivity? The papers are also interesting for those interested in the general question of high performance teams.

Read the whole article here