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We hear this word a lot, especially when some "thought leader" (yawn email list, could also make this list) is ill-prepared to answer a tough question in a meeting. "Well you see [insert CEO name here], our next step towards changing consumer email list behavior patterns is to move the social conversation to the Internet-of-Things ecosystem," said the slightly hungover marketing executive recovering from last night's vendor bender. Look. We've all been there, but the use of the word "ecosystem email list" is starting to feel out of control. Somehow, everything can arguably email list be an ecosystem, including that Chia Pet they sell in Walmart. Do you see what I mean?
Germination. Photosynthesis. email list Whatever. And it all brings me back to where I started: my seventh-grade science class. 10. Snackable Content Doesn't this phrase make you email list want to vomit? Personally, I find it nauseating, but here's some "food-for-thought": the term "content consumption" is actually the mothership concept that spawned this ugly-duckling buzz term.