Jargon and Jibber Jabber
P.T. Barnum was a man of many words, which he used to promote hoaxes and circus acts. These days, a whole cadre of words belong to a genre known as jargon. These jibber-jabber nonsense words have come to be a nuisance for legitimate businesspeople and the elixir of life for the more unscrupulous snake oil salesmen in our midst. This month’s Word Carnival explores Jargon in depth across a variety of industries, but one thing’s for certain: there’s no double-speak here, just on-the-money advice for anyone tired of flim-flam.
Welcome to the freakshow! Time to trim the Bearded Lady and feed the Two-Headed Man. Take a bag of peanuts and pull up a chair!
Read on: (not all links may be active until Wednesday AM!)
Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social
The Only Buzzword You Must Eliminate From Your Marketing Vocabulary
Annie Sisk of Stage Presence Marketing
Can’t Wait to Ship It – Ship It Real Good? Read This First.
Photo Credit: Welcome to the Freakshow by Brian Angers