PR Daily asked readers to report their top jargon words of the year.
The winners are:
- At the end of the day (and its cousin, having said that)
- Low-hanging fruit
Some of these are real hangers-on. We're not yet tired of "epic fail," for example? But others are newer-at least to me. YOLO suddenly seems more popular than Pinterest.
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- What do these words mean? After you define each, try to find a substitute.
- What's the problem with overusing jargon? Is it a big deal at all?