Here are a few major marketing terms to know!
Content Management System (CMS): A platform to create content and layouts for blogs and websites, for example, WordPress.
Google Analytics: A free tool offered by Google that tracks a variety of statistical data on websites.
Press Packet: Set of documents for members of the press at events that usually includes items like: press release, speaker bios, agenda, company background, etc.
Constant Contact: One of the most popular platforms to send mass emails. In addition to email marketing they also offer other features such as social campaigns and surveys.
Survey Monkey: An online program that allows for the easy creation of a variety of surveys. There is a free offering as well as a premium offering for a fee.
WordPress: A CMS (see above definition) that allows people to easily create and maintain websites and blogs.
Social Media: Sites that offer various ways to communicate with mass audiences. The major outlets of social media are considered to be: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest & Instagram.
Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising: A form of online advertising where the advertiser pays strictly for clicks on the ad. The platforms include: Google Adwords, MSN Adcenter (which incorporates Yahoo as well), and Social Media (specifically Facebook & LinkedIn).
Banquet Event Orders (BEO’s or sometimes just called Event Orders): Signed agreement that details an event’s specifications – from food, rooms, AV, etc.
SWOT Analysis: It stands for an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats.
HootSuite: A tool (has free and paid versions) that allows for scheduling posts on various social media platforms and has some statistical data on those social platforms.
Google Alerts: An alert that can be set for specific keywords or phrases that emails when they show up on Google.
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