How does a word get indexed in the dictionary? It’s one of the most frequently asked questions among digital media writers and editors. The answer is a simple one: usage. Dictionary editors scour through thousands of texts and the World Wide Web in search for new words that they haven’t yet included in their index. They record both the spelling and the appropriate context.
As a digital marketing manager, I hear and read a lot of keywords on the internet on a daily basis. I decided to scour the web for infographics and diagrams that would help me and my readers organize their terminology and remember them quicker. I came across this Twitter dictionary infographic by Marketo.com and thought I would share.
Twitter marketing is ever evolving and no infographic will be able to capture everything all at one. I came across a website called Twittonary.com, which provides explanations of various Twitter terms. You have the choice of search by single word or by the first letter.
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About Alex Noudelman
Alex Noudelman is an educator, coach and Digital Marketing Manager with over 5 years of experience. Alex enjoys and strives to motivate others to better themselves both professionally and personally. Feel free to contact him if you have any questions or would like a specific topic covered.