Digital Marketing Jargon
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Buzz, Buzz BANG!
Here are some buzz phrases, clichés and gibberish that any digital marketer will respond to with a sage nod and treat you as one of their own.
Use them in the right order and you might get that marketer to explode, with joy.
“Content is king.”
“Well, Matt Cutts said…”
“Write for people not search engines.”
“That will give us plenty of ‘Google Juice.’
“Low hanging bananas.’
OK. I made up one of them but which?
I lied. I made up two…
I made up ‘E.A.T. Google’
But E.A.T. exists. Expertise, Authority, Trust. It’s an acronym used by Google to sum up their guide to creating quality pages (pages people will benefit from).
I made up ‘Low Hanging Bananas’
Well, it’s a variation of the phrase ‘Low Hanging Fruit’ meaning quick and easy wins.
Content is King
True. So, very true that it is a cliché. Look at spending more of your limited budget on original creative content. Content is a horrible word but it does a job and that’s why we have jargon, to act as a short cut.
Text, posts, video imagery are all content. When you have the best you feed all your traffic sources.
‘Well, Matt Cutts Said’
Matt Cutts WAS the face of Google to SEO people. He’s moved on but his name lives on.
‘Write for People Not Search Engines’
Is true. A cliché but clichés are overused phrases that are true. This phrase needs a qualifier. Write for people and the search engines will come.
I hear this only occasionally. The last time I heard it was from my own mouth. A variation on this term is ‘Link Juice’ meaning the value a web page passes to another by links. Google sees links to a page as votes, the more votes you have the better.
I saw this handle on Twitter years ago. I never did ask if he / she could introduce me to marketing genius underscore one.
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Just as a by the way, do treat anyone that calls themselves a ‘digital ninja’, disruptor, maverick or samurai with a hearty laugh.
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They are all real terms. They are all useful to know.
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