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  • 1. A MarketingProfs slideshow Illustrated and produced by Veronica Maria Jarski Text taken from folks who added brilliant comments after reading the 15 Marketing Buzzwords to Stop Using slideshow.
  • 2. World-Class “It’s been used to describe everything from service to eggs. (Honestly saw that in a restaurant in Florida!)” (Marcia SNBT)
  • 3. To Perfection “It’s an excuse for a lack of imagination. Still too often used to make a restaurant or entree sound good without wasting adjectives.” (Jay Clark)
  • 4. Taking Business to the Next Level “What? You mean ‘upstairs’?” (The Business of Women)
  • 5. Killer “Killer should be killed. Let’s help it find its way six feet under.” (Melanie Kissell)
  • 6. At the End of the Day “Unless you end this phrase with ‘it gets dark’ or ‘I go to sleep,’ I just want to scream, ‘ULTIMATELY. The word you’re struggling to find is ULTIMATELY.’” (Ken Wilson)
  • 7. Icon “These days, everyone is an icon, and everything is iconic.” (Lyn Meany)
  • 8. Take This Offline “In other words, ‘I’m about to look stupid in front of others’ or ‘This topic is an egregious waste of everyone’s time.’” (Eric Eisenberg)
  • 9. Solution “Arrrrrgh!” (Andy Gibson)
  • 10. Awesome “So many things cannot be awesome or they wouldn’t be awesome.” (Meredith Blevins)
  • 11. Out of Pocket “When I hear, ‘out of pocket,’ I think of a hamster that’s gone missing from the pocket of a kid who brought it to school.” (Cynthia B.)