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Digital Marketing Terms: A Corkboard Concepts Glossary

 
We are asked on a regular basis, “What do these terms mean?”, “Why do marketers like Alphabet Soup so much?” and “Geez, do we really need another acronym?” To the latter question, the answer is likely no – but wouldn’t it be better if we did?

 

To help out our clients, community, connoisseurs of information and bar trivia goers in better understanding the terminology that we use and the acronyms that confuse the masses, we’ve developed this glossary of terms to help you better understand the terminology we’re throwing at you. Please be on the lookout for regular updates, reference this as needed and ask questions below to get answers.

Common Marketing Acronyms

These are generally 3 and 4 letter character makeups that haunt most people’s discussions with marketers. Below is a list of some common marketing acronyms and what they mean. 

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Local Service Ads are ads supported by the Google Guarantee, specifically for the service industry. Local Service Ads appear at the top of Google SERPs, even above those of other standard ad listings. These are all noted by their "Google Guarantee" and accompanying...

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