web 2.0

Vary Your Vernacular is a small intermittent series designed to increase one's vocabulary relating to all things Web 2.0. sneezer n. sneeze·er Coined by Seth Godin, he defines it as "someone of influence in the community that spreads the word about a product or service". Bascially, if a viral campaign is spread like a virus, then a sneezer is the person who spreads it. flog n. flog A portmanteau of the words fake and blog, usually found when a brand fails to be transparent with a negative outcome. Perhaps one of the best known examples was Sony's All I want for Xmas is a PSP which significantly backfired when revealed. word of mouse n. word of mouse The Web 2.0 version of word of mouth with the ability to spread much faster via the Interweb. Previous Editions + Vary Your Vernacular I...

Vary Your Vernacular is a small intermittent series designed to increase one's vocabulary relating to all things Web 2.0.prosumern. pro·sum·erA portmanteau of the words producer and consumer, playing particular importance with the increase of consumer generated content through new means such as blogging, podcasting and social networking.Social Network Fatigue Syndrome (SNFS)n. so·cial net·work fa·tigue syn·dromeMental exhaustion and stress caused by creating and maintaining an excessive number of accounts on social networking communities.to jump on the brandwagonv. to jump on the brand·wag·onTo follow a trend based on another brand's performance in a specific area....