Do you speak Nglsh or are you engaging in Social Greedia?

MarketingProfs has created their new Marketing Addictionary, in which users can enter their own terms and/or definitions—some serious, some silly—and visitors also have the opportunity to rate contributions with their own thumbs-up or thumbs-down assessment. Here are two of the recent, popular terms:

Nglsh, noun, The rapid disappearance of vowels in the English language due to texting and Twitter.

Social Greedia, noun, 1. The act of abusing social media tools for the sole reason of making a profit and not giving back to the community or conversation. 2. Being overly concerned with one’s prominence within a social network whereby more time is spent “making friends” and “gaining followers” than actually engaging the community.

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