Are you a Marketing Buzzword Expert?

Are you a Marketing Buzzword Expert?

Marketing buzzwords can be found all over the internet. If you’re a marketer, surely you’ve been exposed to expressions and words that, at first glance, don’t seem to have a rightful place in the dictionary.

Many of them don’t.

A lot of the marketing buzzwords today are modern portmanteaus, which have been adopted by the industry.

A portmanteau, takes elements of two words and combines them to create a new one. 

Here are a few examples to help you get an idea of how they’re composed.

  • bold + audacious = bodacious
  • friend + enemy = frenemy
  • screen + teenager = screenager
  • shop + alcoholic = shopaholic

The marketing industry loves creating portmanteaus!

In addition to the blended, fabricated words, there are expressions that you’ll hear over and over again. Marketers might pick them up because these are phrases that you would say if you know what you’re doing in marketing. Some think that the use of buzzwords can make them sound like an expert.

For instance, ‘content is king‘ is a phrase that you’ve most likely encountered once or twice. This essentially means that the best way for a company to attract website traffic and generate online leads is by creating high quality, engaging content.

Shucks. ‘Engaging content’ is one of those buzzphrases.

Let’s see how familiar you are with the marketing buzzwords and expressions going around. 

Are there any that we’ve missed? Leave us a comment down below after you’ve done the quiz!

Marketing Buzzwords Quiz

1)
A trending, popular word that many people are using at the present time.
2)
A form of advertising that people find interesting to watch.
3)
Promotion involving the creation of quality online material with the hope of drawing in and keeping customers. Examples are e-books, videos, blogs, etc.
4)
Not having a single unread e-mail in your inbox.
5)
A new company which is innovative and is ambitious to grow significantly in a particular market.
6)
Using a product that you are trying to sell in order to demonstrate to the audience that you have confidence in it.
7)
Not selling to private individuals or consumers.
8)
Basic versions of a product are offered for free. To access more advanced options, users need to pay a fee.
9)
A demographic that was born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s
10)
The process of coming up with a new idea.

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