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    Marketing speak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • . Marketing speak refers to particular patterns of language often used to promote a product or service to a wide audience by seeking to create the impression that the vendors of the service possess a high level of sophistication, skill, and technical knowledge.
  • . Marketing speak is characterized by its heavy use of : or terms appropriated from specialized technical fields which are eventually rendered almost meaningless through heavy repeated use in inappropriate contexts.



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  • . Marketing-speak - What Do You Think? Posted By: on 4/13/2006 8:19 AM (EST) 500 Points Hello Everyone In today’s Daily Telegraph (A UK Newspaper with news in it, rather than stories about celebrities) there is an interesting article about our Millennium Dome – A Ł1Billion Government Folly which failed in it’s purpose (Whatever that was) in almost every conceivable way possible.
  • . (For those not fluent in marketing-speak, an "iteration" is a word used as a synonym for a version, although more accurately it means a repetition, which is precisely the opposite of what Mr Campbell meant, or part of a computational process of trial and error, ditto).
  • . I don't take offense to the aside about "marketing speak".
  • . Posted by: Member Response 4/13/2006 6:23 PM (EST) Marketing-Speak? Listen, I've shopped this around to the market, helicoptered it up for broad vision perspective, and cascaded it through the hopper.
  • . Marketing-speak is a derogatory term in the press, despite the fact that our marketing industry is one of the strongest in the world and that it is marketing which sells newspapers.

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  • Sponsored Link E-Commerce & credit card processing - the Open Source way! You are not logged in Recent Features I hate marketing speak I hate marketing speak (#180880 by subscriber proski in response to .) Actually, "stack" is a common non-technical word.
  • . ( to post comments) I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 20, 2006 23:08 UTC (Thu) by subscriber allesfresser Hey, yeah...
  • . I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 21, 2006 3:56 UTC (Fri) by guest kornak You are correct.
  • . I hate marketing speak too, but...
  • . I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 28, 2006 17:18 UTC (Fri) by subscriber giraffedata I hate marketing speak too, but I actually don't think marketing speak tends to misuse words like that.
  • . ("Broadband" isn't a risk anymore because it's commonly understood to mean "fast internet.") The scourge of marketing speak, on the other hand, is making up new, vague terms all by themselves instead of using the existing well understood ones.


    LWN: I hate marketing speak
  • You are not logged in Recent Features I hate marketing speak I hate marketing speak (#180869 by guest kornak in response to .) I don't know if anyone else feels the same way, but, I am annoyed by the new "marketing speak" referring to software "stacks".
  • . ( to post comments) I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 20, 2006 22:54 UTC (Thu) by subscriber proski Actually, "stack" is a common non-technical word.
  • . I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 20, 2006 23:08 UTC (Thu) by subscriber allesfresser Hey, yeah...
  • . I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 21, 2006 3:56 UTC (Fri) by guest kornak You are correct.
  • . I hate marketing speak too, but...
  • . I hate marketing speak Posted Apr 28, 2006 17:18 UTC (Fri) by subscriber giraffedata I hate marketing speak too, but I actually don't think marketing speak tends to misuse words like that.
  • . ("Broadband" isn't a risk anymore because it's commonly understood to mean "fast internet.") The scourge of marketing speak, on the other hand, is making up new, vague terms all by themselves instead of using the existing well understood ones.


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  • . Marketing speak refers to particular patterns of language often used to promote a product or service to a wide audience by seeking to create the impression that the vendors of the service possess a high level of sophistication, skill, and technical knowledge.
  • . Marketing speak is characterized by its heavy use of : or terms appropriated from specialized technical fields which are eventually rendered almost meaningless through heavy repeated use in inappropriate contexts.
  • . It may not have been reviewed by professional editors (see ) Mentioned In Marketing speak is mentioned in the following topics: (Blogger) Copyrights: Wikipedia information about Marketing speak This article is licensed under the .


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  • | Password: or Remember me | Search: Talkback: Comment 4 of 4 Pathetic marketing speak Reader post by: jessica_rabbit Posted on: May 12, 2006, 2:46 AM PDT Story: "India is the epicenter of the flat world, " Michael Cannon-Brookes, vice president for business development in China and India, said Tuesday from his office in Shanghai.


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  • . (related discussions) "The clue train stopped there four times a day for ten years and they never took delivery." — Veteran of a firm now free-falling out of the Fortune 500 "...companies so lobotomized that they can't speak in a recognizably human voice build sites that smell like death." —"Fear and Loathing on the Web" and including...
  • . No wonder networked markets have no respect for companies unable or unwilling to speak as they do.
  • . But learning to speak in a human voice is not some trick, nor will corporations convince us they are human with lip service about "listening to customers." They will only sound human when they empower real human beings to speak on their behalf.
  • . In both inter networked markets and among intra networked employees, people are speaking to each other in a powerful new way.
  • . Corporations do not speak in the same voice as these new networked conversations.
  • . Already, companies that speak in the language of the pitch, the dog-and-pony show, are no longer speaking to anyone.

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  • | June 20, 2005 Marketing speak I'm currently reviewing a contract which states: “Premium Service” means the basic version of the [service name] service...


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  • New User? - > > > > > > REY (Reynolds & Reynolds) - Yahoo! Message Boards: REY Try the new | [ | ] Msg #: | Re: Marketing-speak by: 05/12/06 10:40 am Msg: 3724 of 3746 Hello, I will try to discusss a few marketing solutions that are currently worth using.


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  • New User? - > > > > > > REY (Reynolds & Reynolds) - Yahoo! Message Boards: REY Try the new | [ | ] Msg #: | Re: Marketing-speak by: (38/M) Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 04/15/06 04:01 pm Msg: 3715 of 3746 I read the release.
  • . Yup that was marketing-speak righ there in this post, and I have an MS in mechanical engineering! Of course its a marketing pitch -- effective focused marketing is good for sales of products and hence good for the stock price.


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