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SEO Acronyms or AcroNOTs?
Earlier this week, I did my Blue Corona copywriter duty and posted a blog post on SEO acronyms—listing out around 20 acronyms from the SEO industry and explaining what each meant. Well, all work and no play makes our team just some warmed, stale Coronas. JK! (That means just kidding). We all love our jobs and have fun every day we come into the office. But we still like to have some room for fun activities. Cue: this blog post.
This week’s casual Friday blog post is a play on the top 10 popular acronyms within our industry—I’m calling them acronymsnots because I’m just that clever and punny.
Could Anyone Possibly Think of a more Complicated, Horrible Acronym?
Chase: Hannah, this website needs a security measure for the contact form, I’m going to add a CAPTCHA.
Hannah: Um, CAPTCHA, much?
Check My Site
George: Hey Chase, I’ve coded that new client’s website. Can you CMS before it goes live?
Call Tracking is Reliable
Will: Hey, Erin, why do so many clients love our call tracking services at Blue Corona?
Erin: Well, CTR and it can show what the cost-per-lead is for each marketing effort.
Hannah Tries to Make me Laugh
“Why am I still reading this blog post? Oh yeah, HTML.”
Lexie Sure Enjoys Optimizing
Ben: Dang, Lexie has been working extra hard this month.
Katelyn: Well, remember Ben, LSEO is something you keep talking about.
Who are Blue Corona’s most veteran copywriters?
People Pretend to Click
“I don’t want any new leads and don’t want to save any more money. I hope PPC is a great method for my paid ads on Google.”
Resting on Ignorance
“The fact that you don’t track your visit to lead conversion rate is really just ROI and running your business into the ground.”
Silence Everyone’s Opinion
“I’m going to over-optimize my client’s website with keyword stuffing in attempt to SEO, including our ranked competitors. I’m sure this black hat tactic will work.”
Search Everything Really Poorly
“Some people SERP when they are looking for blog posts on fake acronyms.”
How Tyler thinks the name is Earl is spelled
Tyler: Hey Ryan, a client called for you. His name is URL.
Um, Xcuse me?
UX, Hannah, is this blog post over yet?
About The Author: Hannah is the Organic Team Lead at Blue Corona. If she's not busy daydreaming about the training session for her team, you can find her improving client conversion rates and planning her next trip.
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