Buzzwords

3 Tips on How You Can Stop Using Meaningless Buzzwords

Don't let your office's shorthand speech get in the way of strong communication.

Jim Joseph

· 3 min read

How to Build Buzz and Launch Your Company

Don't launch with a whisper; launch with a roar. Here's how.

Sujan Patel

· 5 min read

10 Powerfully Persuasive Words Your Customers Want to Hear

Tell them "guaranteed free exclusive for a limited time" and, just like that, you have a new customer.

Mike Taylor

· 8 min read

11 Need-To-Know Buzzwords You Still Haven't Googled

A results-oriented 360 campaign is exactly what you need after rightsizing your business. Understand?

Jennifer Cohen

· 8 min read

The 5 Biggest Buzzwords in Tech Right Now

Phrases like 'synergy' and 'big data' are on the way out. See what's taking their place.

Laura Lorenzetti

· 2 min read

We've Become So Obsessed With 'Innovation' That It's Now Meaningless

For most of us, we're simply trying to provide valuable products and solutions and make a little money doing it.

Boland Jones

· 4 min read

Are You an Entrepreneur? 4 Questions Will Help You Find Out.

These criteria separate entrepreneurs from small-business owners, and yes, there is a difference.

Allison Engel

· 3 min read

8 Buzzwords to Blacklist in Your Workplace

Not only are phrases like these overused and misused, they often communicate very little or nothing.

Thomas Smale

· 6 min read

Want to Stand Out on LinkedIn? Consider Ditching These 10 Overused Buzzwords.

Do you describe yourself as 'motivated'? The professional networking site says you should probably motivate yourself to come up with a more unique description.

Laura Entis

· 2 min read

Scrabble Updates Its Dictionary for the First Time in a Decade, Adding 5,000 Words

New admissions include words like 'texter,' 'funplex,' 'bromance' and 'selfie,' but Scrabble fanatics are most excited about the inclusion of four two-letter words.

Laura Entis

· 4 min read

We Have Lost Sight of the Real Meaning of Innovation

Various definitions of the word needlessly complicates what should be a simple mandate and increases pressure in the workplace.

David Redmond

· 3 min read