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Want to stand out on LinkedIn? Ditch these 10 overused buzzwords

10 #Overusedwords on #LinkedIn


This post is in partnership with Entrepreneur. The article below was originally published at

By Laura Entis,

How do you describe yourself on LinkedIn? Are you ‘motivated’? ‘Passionate’? How about ‘creative’?

You may truly be all these things, but if you list them on your LinkedIn profile you certainly aren’t original. That’s because for the fifth consecutive year, LinkedIn has analyzed its English-language profiles and released a list of the top 10 overused buzzwords : ‘Motivated,’ ‘passionate’ and, somewhat ironically, ‘creative’ top the list.

Other overused offenders include stock resume adjectives such as ‘driven,’ ‘responsible’ and ‘expert,’ along with jargon-y fillers, including ‘extensive experience’ ‘organizational’ and ‘track record.’

Check out the full list, both in the U.S. and globally, below.

Top 10 Most Overused Buzzwords – 2014 US List

1. Motivated

2. Creative

3. Passionate

4. Driven

5. Extensive experience

6. Organizational

7. Strategic

8. Track…

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Collaboration is the key to a successful business.

World Wild Web PR is proud to announce that we are now a Hootsuite Solution Partner.Hootsuite is a social media management system for businesses and organizations to collaboratively execute campaigns across multiple social networks from one secure, web-based dashboard. Key social network integrations include Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+, plus a suite of social content apps for YouTube, Flickr, Instagram, Yammer, Tumblr and more.


In 2014 Hootsuite surpassed 10 million users, including 744 of the Fortune 1000 companies. Along with Hootsuite’s web platform, 50% of users access the dashboard through their mobiles including iPhone, Android, and iPad. Hootsuite also offers localized versions of their dashboard in 15 languages – English, French, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Dutch, Polish, Korean, Russian, and Indonesian.

There are many benefits to Hootsuite Pro

Engage: Optimize your audience engagement by creating search streams, scheduling messages and monitoring all of your social network profiles from one customizable web and mobile dashboard.

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Analyze: Measure your efforts using over 40 social analytics modules to build and share custom reports. Or select from one of our pre-made templates for quick and easy reporting.

Secure: Share access with team members without compromising security. The team permission levels and advanced sharing options ensure you remain in control of your valuable social profiles and accounts.

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BlackBerry denies talking to Samsung about an acquisition

I wouldn’t be surprised to see this acquisition happen. BlackBerry should take the offer.


Reuters reported on Wednesday that Samsung had “approached” BlackBerry about a potential takeover for as much as $7.5 billion. While a surprise, it wasn’t the most outlandish rumor: Both Samsung and BlackBerry are companies with big mobile divisions and significant interest in the burgeoning internet of things.

BlackBerry’s stock, naturally, spiked on the news, only to fall back a few hours later when [company]BlackBerry[/company] publicly denied the rumors in a press release: “BlackBerry has not engaged in discussions with Samsung with respect to any possible offer to purchase BlackBerry.”

BlackBerry’s stock shot up nearly 30 percent to $12.81 at one point this afternoon, but it had fallen to $11.49 in after-hours trading at the time of publication. The Reuters report said [company]Samsung[/company] was looking to purchase BlackBerry at a price range of $13.35 to $15.49 per share.


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The Good and the Bad of Social Media Networks

In today’s digital world, social media platforms has played a very powerful tool for many big or small businesses .  In the last 10 years we have seen multiple platforms launched from MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIN, Pinterest, YouTube and many more.  Big or small business owners are now faced with challenges on how to market their products to consumers.

The Goods

  • Brand awareness
  • Loyalty
  • Increase ROI (Return of Investment)
  • Lower marketing cost
  • Customer insights

The Bad

  • Negative reviews
  • Misinformation
  • Less human contact
  • Lost of productivity of employees

Here’s the active users as of June 2014

Web contents

In the end, business owners would need to do their own research on what’s the best social network to use.  No matter how technologically advanced we have become creating quality services, products and meaningful relationship with your loyal customers is still the best tool to use when it comes to business.

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Jill Villanueva President of World Wild Web PR a boutique PR that is based in Fabulous Las Vegas, NV.  Visit