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If you pass the vocabulary quiz, you are ready for the next phase of the certification -- assessment task!
Now let's get ready for the quiz by studying these vocabulary terms.
Viral: A term that means something, like a photo or video, has gained widespread and rapid popularity via the Internet.
Astroturfing: A term for an organized public relation project that purposely engineers content to appear like spontaneous grassroots behavior. Responsible media outlets should curb it at every turn.
Widget: An application that can be installed and performed within a Web page.
Social platform: An operating system that uses mobile and web-based technologies to create an environment that leverages its users relationships to distribute content.
"Pin it": Posting an image, also known as a pin, to the social media site Pinterest.
SEO: Stands for search engine optimization. The method by which one affects the overall visibility of a website by ensuring keywords used in various areas target common search terms.
RSS feed: A form of programming that allows end-users to subscribe to Web sites or blogs and have updates fed to their sites automatically.
Crowdsourcing: A term used to describe the effort of a group of people who collectively work together to contribute to a specific task or project, especially on the Web.
"Like": An action on Facebook users take to recommend or approve content to other users.
Followers: People that follow your Twitter activity.
Hashtag: A word or phrase that's preceded by the "#" symbol in a tweet that indicates it's connected to a specific topic or event.
Bitly: An example of link shortening that condenses long URLs so they're easier to share in social networks.
Social shares: Content posted on a social networking site with the intent of distributing the content.
Twitpic: A photo sharing service for Twitter members that allows members to post photos.
Digg: A social media website that allows members to post links to news articles and vote on which stories deserve primetime on the site's homepage.
Side door: Any way of visiting a site that isn't through the site's homepage.
Lurker: A website user who regularly reads discussion boards and social media posts but rarely participates.
News feed: List of news stories on a site, usually organized by the most recent story at the top.
Round-up: A full-length article that captures information on a single subject from various Web sources.
Evergreen content: A story that remains relatively popular on the Web long after its publishing date.
Link-off: An article that is written to introduce and hyperlink readers to another article on the Web.
Long-tail content: A lot of niche content that will earn a publisher the reputation of credibility with many special-interest users.
Trending: When a topic or story is gaining interest, indicated by its being searched and/or shared by many members of a social network.
Twitter search: A way to search all Twitter messages to see the latest conversation around a particular subject.
Klout: A term for the measure of your social media influence.
Facebook subscribe: Allows Facebook users to receive updates in their news feed from friends with whom they're subscribed.