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buzzword

Vox populi A generic name for a term that has been recently incorporated into the argot of a particular field
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Without that, pardon the buzzword, there's no win-win.
LinkedIn has also noted a new trend based on the commonly used buzzwords in user profiles in the UAE.
The same concept applies to the use of buzzwords. By putting these darlings of business communication out of their misery, we can concentrate on real ideas rather than packaging.
The first buzzword to offend Sudakow's ears early in his career was "glean".
What frustrates me with buzzwords is that by trying to sound important, they tend to confuse what really is important.
This can be an especially irritating buzzword when combined with persona, as in, "Your authentic persona is disrupting my growth hacking."
Let's cut through the buzzwords to discuss key points businesses should consider when looking at outsourcing speech-enabled solutions for the first time or making changes to current arrangements.
This is the fourth year that LinkedIn has released its annual list of overused buzzwords. Looking back at the past few years, a variety of buzzwords have risen and fallen in terms of their popularity.
Visit the LinkedIn Blog to learn more about LinkedIn's 2013 buzzwords study and to download the infographic.
Melbourne, May 31 ( ANI ): If you are planning to polish up your CV, take note and stop using these buzzwords to sell yourself.
This is the third year that LinkedIn has issued its buzzwords ranking.
With a set of much more commonly used buzzwords, the game is likely to be a high scorer for both sides.