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The Essential Social Media Acronym Glossary

The social media industry employs as much jargon as any other field does.

The only difference is that understanding social media terminology is critical for success across many different genres of work, whereas if you’re a blogger and you don’t know what Hagen-poiseuille flow is – you’re going to be ok.

Below, we’ve compiled an essential social media acronym glossary so you can tweet with confidence, @mention with the best of them, and converse with digital marketers with ease.

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Merriam-Webster Adds Tweet To Dictionary

For the second time in less than a week, Twitter has had some of its lingo lifted to “official word” status. Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary has just announced that “tweet” will secure a spot in its dictionary as both a noun and a verb.

And while you might register “tweet” as a relatively new term born of Twitter, it is actually one of the oldest words among the 100 new words added to the dictionary today.
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