Web and social media – explained!
Here at officebroker.com we recently reported on our top five tips to keep your small business booming. Number four on our list was how to keep your marketing costs down by getting creative, for example by using free tools like Twitter and Facebook to advertise your product and promote your brand.
But as shown by Yomego.com’s recent launch of their social media jargon buster, there’s a lot of people out there ΓÇô business people and customers alike ΓÇô who don’t know what it means to ‘tweet’ or to be ‘Facebooked’. So Yomega have launched their very own jargon buster to help demystify the “geek speak”.
As reported on SMEweb.com, Steve Richards, MD at Yomego, said: “It is astonishing just how many new words are emerging from the social media space, and a new word or buzz phrase seems to be invade the English language every day. This is our attempt to provide a useful, concise guide, and expose some of the pretentiousness.”
If you’ve never heard of astroturfing, bliki, chicklet or fisking, or you have heard these terms but have no idea what they mean, the guide could be just for you.