Social Media Glossary & Definitions
Need to understand all the most popular social media terms? We’ve got you covered! Check out our glossary below & stay in the know on all things social.
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A/B testing is a method of comparing two versions of a web page, app, or marketing campaign to determine which one performs better.
Access groups is a feature found in the Later app that allows you to assign privileges and permission to specific users and groups to access resources, such as files, folders, and data.
“Accountant” is a discreet way to dodge questions about one’s profession and is usually used as slang for “sex work.”
The term "aesthetic" refers to the intentional design and presentation of visual elements that shape the overall look and feel of your social media presence.
Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards affiliates for each customer or sale that is generated through that affiliate's marketing efforts.
AI stands for Artificial Intelligence, which refers to the development of computer systems that can perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence.
An algorithm is a set of rules and calculations used by social media platforms to determine what content to show to users and in what order.
A way that creators can avoid getting their content flagged, often by misspelling or replacing letters in a word.
Alt text, short for "alternative text," is a textual description provided for images and videos for the purpose of enhancing accessibility for individuals who use visual assistive technologies.
"Altered My Brain Chemistry" is used figuratively on social media to refer to a moment or event that was so impactful it changed your thoughts, perspective or outlook.
AMA stands for "Ask Me Anything." It’s a way for someone with a particular area of expertise or experience to call for questions from their community, and they answer as many questions as possible.
AMOS is an acronym commonly used on social media platforms like Instagram or TikTok. AMOS stands for "Add Me On Snapchat," and it is an invitation or request for other users to add the person on Snapchat.
APIs are a set of protocols and tools in apps that specify how software components should interact with each other, making it easier for developers to integrate different systems and create new applications.
Archiving on social media refers to the process of preserving and storing content, typically posts or stories, in a hidden or private location within a user's account.
“She ate", “he ate”, or “they ate” is a slang phrase used to express admiration and praise for someone who has done a great job at something.
ATP stands for “Answer the Phone" and is a playful acronym someone might use to jokingly or casually request that someone answer their phone immediately when it rings.
B2B stands for "business-to-business," and refers to commercial transactions between two businesses rather than between a business and a consumer (B2C).
"Banger" is a slang term often used in music to describe a song that is catchy and exciting.
"Beige flags" is a trend on TikTok where users share videos about their partners' so-called beige flags—those quirky traits that aren't necessarily good or bad, but still make you pause and think.
BeReal is a social platform that encourages users to post in real-time, rather than editing content. Every day at a different time, BeReal sends a notification to all users to shoot & post a photo in 2 minutes.
“Bet” is a slang term used when you’re in agreement with someone or something.
"BFR" is an acronym commonly used on social media to express disbelief, sarcasm, or outrage towards a particular statement or situation.
Big Yikes is a phrase or expression of disapproval used on social media and in day-to-day language and conversations.
Binge-watching refers to the overconsuming multiple episodes of a television show, Youtube videos or entertainment content in one continuous sitting or over a short period of time.
A bio, short for "biography," on social media refers to a brief description or summary of yourself, your interests, or your brand that appears on your profile.
Also known as the "verified badge," the blue checkmark is a symbol used by various social media platforms to indicate that a particular account has been verified as authentic or legitimate by the platform.
A brand advocate is a person who actively supports and promotes a particular brand or product on social media or through word-of-mouth.
Brand authenticity refers to the degree to which a brand is perceived as being genuine, sincere, and trustworthy by its customers and stakeholders.
A brand partnership is a collaboration between two or more brands with the goal of achieving a mutually beneficial outcome.
A brand style guide, also known as a brand guide or brand book, is a document that outlines the visual and stylistic elements of a brand.
On social media, the term "camp" can refer to a particular aesthetic or style characterized by being deliberately exaggerated, theatrical, ironic, and often kitschy/over-the-top.
"Cap" is a slang term that originated in the United States and is commonly used in African American Vernacular English (AAVE). It means to lie or to make a false statement.
Carousel ads are a type of advertising format used on social media. It allows advertisers to showcase multiple images or videos within a single ad unit, creating swipeable or scrollable content for viewers.
"Caught in 4K" is a slang term that refers to someone being caught doing something wrong or incriminating on camera, typically on a high-quality camera with 4K resolution.
Calling someone the “CEO” of something means they are the absolute best at that thing.
A chatbot is a computer program designed to simulate conversation with human users, especially over the internet.
"Cheugy" is a slang term used to describe something or someone who is outdated, trying too hard to be trendy, or lacking in style and originality.
The term "chronically online" has been used to describe those who spend a significant amount of time online.
Clickbait is a type of online content, such as an article or video, that uses sensational or misleading headlines, images, or descriptions to attract clicks and generate traffic.
“Clout” is a slang term referring to a person's influence, reputation, or popularity, especially in online spaces.
A community manager plays a crucial role in managing and engaging with an organization's online community across various social media platforms.
A content calendar is a schedule that outlines the specific dates and times when you will publish content on your social media platforms.
A content creator creates & produces content for the internet or other platforms. They can be writers, bloggers, vloggers, podcasters, social media influencers & more.
Content curation is the process of finding, selecting, and organizing existing content from various sources and presenting it in a meaningful way to a specific audience.
Content marketing is a strategic approach to creating and sharing content with the purpose of attracting or retaining a specific audience and the goal of driving profitable action.
Conversion refers to the process of turning a social media user into a customer by encouraging them to take a specific action.
"Cottage core" is a popular aesthetic and lifestyle trend that has gained traction on social media platforms. It romanticizes a simple and idyllic rural life, inspired by traditional cottages and nature.
Cost per click (CPC) is a metric used in social media advertising and digital marketing to represent the amount an advertiser pays for each click on their advertisement.
The creator economy refers to the economic system or market that supports and rewards people who create original content for the internet or other platforms.
Cross-posting is the act of sharing the same post, message, or content across multiple social media platforms or online communities.
A CTA, or call-to-action, refers to a statement or phrase that is designed to prompt an immediate response or action from the audience.
CTR stands for Click-Through Rate, which is a measure of how many times users click on a particular link compared to the number of times the link was displayed.
On TikTok, "dance credit" refers to the practice of giving credit to the original creator of a dance routine that is being performed or recreated in a video.
In slang, "I'm dead" is used to convey a strong emotional reaction, typically in response to something funny, shocking, surprising, or absurd.
De-influencing is a trend on social media where influencers tell their followers why they should not buy a product.
The slang term "delulu" is derived from the world "delusion” or “delusional". It is often used on social media to describe someone who holds unrealistic or overly idealistic beliefs or fantasies.
Demographics refer to the characteristics and traits of the users who make up a brand or individual's social media audience.
DM is an abbreviation for "direct message," which refers to a private message sent between two users on a social media platform.
“Doing it for the gram” is doing something for the purpose of sharing it on Instagram or other social media platforms, rather than for the experience itself.
"Doomscrolling" is a term used to describe the act of excessively scrolling through negative or distressing news or social media content.
"Double tap" refers to the action of tapping twice on a post on social platforms like Instagram to express one’s liking or appreciation for a post.
Doxxing is the act of publicly revealing or publishing private or personal information about an individual without their consent, typically with malicious intent.
Later’s Drag & Drop feature allows you to schedule content by simply dragging and dropping it onto the content calendar within the Later app.
On TikTok, "duet" is a feature that allows users to create a split-screen video with another user's video.
Engagement rate is a metric used in social media marketing to measure how actively and deeply users are interacting with a particular piece of content.
Era is a turn of phrase popular on social media and used to label your current interests or priorities.
"Evergreen content" refers to content that is always relevant and remains fresh and valuable to readers or viewers over time.
“Extra" is a slang term used to describe someone or something that is over-the-top, excessive, or dramatic in behaviour, appearance, or actions.
On social media, the term "fam" is an informal and affectionate slang term used to refer to one's close friends or family.
"Fax, no printer" is a slang term expressing a strong sense of agreement similar to saying "that's the truth" or "you're absolutely right."
“Featured Banner” is a customizable banner that appears at the top of a Linkin.bio by Later landing page on Instagram or TikTok.
A filter refers to a digital tool or feature that allows users to modify or enhance their photos or videos, typically for social media usage.
"Finna" is a slang term that is short for "fixing to" or "going to."
A "finsta" is a term used to describe a Fake Instagram account. It refers to a secondary Instagram account that people create alongside their "real" Instagram account.
“Fire" is a slang term used to describe something that is exciting, outstanding, or gaining popularity quickly.
On social media, the term "flex" is used to showcase or boast about one's achievements, possessions, skills, or attributes.
"Flop era" is a slang term that refers to a period of time in someone’s life where they’re experiencing a failure.
"Follow Friday," often abbreviated as "FF" or “#FF”, is a social media practice where users recommend or promote other users to their followers on Fridays.
FR, short for "For real", is a slang term that is commonly used to express agreement, confirmation, or sincerity.
The FYP displays a personalized feed of recommended videos for each user. It’s designed to create an engaging experience for each user.
Gatekeeping is not disclosing information to keep something exclusive. For example, a creator refusing to share where they got something for fear that it will sell out as a result. Cough, Kylie Jenner, cough.
Gen Z, also known as the post-millennial generation, refers to people who were born between the mid-1990s and the mid-2010s.
"Ghosting" is a term that is commonly used in dating and social relationships to refer to the sudden and unexplained ending of communication or contact with someone.
GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format and is a type of digital image file that is often used for short, looping animations. They’re often used to create memes and other types of social content.
“Girlie" is a social media slang term used playfully to refer to girls or women in a lighthearted or affectionate way.
The term "glow-down" is a play on the phrase "glow-up" and is used to describe a situation where someone's appearance or overall attractiveness has diminished or taken a downturn.
A glow-up is a major or impressive transformation. On social, a glow-up celebrates and shares these transformations and can be a positive and empowering way to recognize personal growth and development.
On social media, the term "go live" refers to the act of broadcasting a live video stream in real-time.
"Goblin mode" is a term on social media used to refer to a state of unapologetic self-indulgence, laziness or greed.
"GRWM" stands for "Get Ready With Me". It is a popular social media hashtag and trend that involves posting a video or series of photos showing the process of getting ready for an event or activity.
In contemporary slang, "gucci" is used to describe something as good, cool, or excellent. It originated from the luxury fashion brand Gucci, but its meaning has expanded beyond its association with the brand.
A hashtag is a word or phrase preceded by the "#" symbol and is used to categorize and index content on a particular topic, making it easier to find and follow conversations and posts related to that topic.
Saying something is highkey describes something you want to brag about or emphasize. For example, we highkey love scheduling social media posts in advance. 😉
"Hot Girl Summer" was coined by rapper Megan Thee Stallion to describe being confident, having fun and not caring what others think.
"Hot girl walk" is a slang term for a daily stroll where people dress up and get outside.
"I was today years old" is a playful expression used on social media to humorously convey the discovery or realization of something new or surprising.
"I'm baby" is an internet slang phrase used to convey a sense of vulnerability, innocence, or helplessness in a lighthearted way.
The acronym "IB" in social media followed by "inspired by" typically means that the person is giving credit to someone or something that has influenced or inspired them.
"Ick" is a slang term that is commonly used to describe a feeling of disgust or aversion towards something or someone.
"ICYMI" is an acronym that stands for "In Case You Missed It." It’s commonly used in online communication, particularly on social media platforms and in emails.
"IFYKYK" is a social media acronym that stands for "If You Know, You Know."
"IMO" is an acronym that stands for “in my opinion” and is commonly used on social media and in general online communication.
Inbound marketing is a marketing method that focuses on attracting and engaging customers through the creation and distribution of valuable content and experiences.
An influencer is a person who has a large and engaged social media following and can influence the opinions, behaviors, and purchase decisions of their followers.
Influencer marketing is a marketing strategy that involves partnering with individuals who have a large and engaged following on social media to promote a brand, product, or service.
Influencer marketing management is a strategic process of identifying, recruiting, and managing influencers to promote a brand or product.
"Innit" is a British English slang and popular social media expression that is a contraction of the phrase"isn't it" or "is it not."
The Instagram algorithm is a system used by the social media platform to determine the order in which content is displayed in a user's feed. The algorithm uses machine learning to show users engaging content.
An Instagram carousel is a feature on Instagram that allows users to post up to 10 photos or videos in a single swipeable post.
"ION" is an acronym that stands for "In Other News." It’s often used in informal communication, particularly in online chats, social media posts, or text messages.
ISO is an acronym that stands for "In Search Of".
"It's Giving" is a slang term that refers to someone or something emitting a particular vibe.
When someone says "It's whackadoodle time" on social media, it’s typically an expression used to convey a sense of silliness, absurdity, or playful craziness.
In social media slang, "L" is often used as an abbreviation for "loss" and is used to describe a situation in which someone or something has experienced a defeat, failure, or setback.
Lemon8 is a social media platform owned by ByteDance, which launched in 2020. Lemon8 has been described as a combination of Pinterest and Instagram.
“Lewk" is a slang term used to describe a distinctive or unique style, particularly in the realm of fashion, makeup, or overall appearance.
Linkin.bio is a mini web page built into your Instagram or TikTok account accessible through a link in the user's bio and can link out to various external resources.
Live streaming refers to the broadcasting of live video and audio content over the internet, in real-time.
A "lookalike audience" is a marketing term that refers to a group of individuals who share similar characteristics, behaviours, or interests to an existing audience or customer base.
On TikTok and Instagram Reels, a loop refers to a video that automatically replays itself after it ends.
Lowkey describes something you want to do in secret or keep a low profile about.
A macro influencer is a type of social media influencer who has a large following and significant influence within their niche or industry.
Having Main Character Energy means that you’re acting as if you’re the star of your own show — the general consensus is that this a good thing!
A marketing funnel is a framework for understanding and optimizing marketing for the stages that a customer goes through before making a purchase.
A marketing proposal is a document used by marketers to communicate a comprehensive marketing plan for a specific project, campaign, or client.
A media kit is a promotional document that provides key information about an influencer, their brand, and their social media presence. It’s essentially like a resume or portfolio for influencers.
The media library is a feature within Later that allows users to store and organize the media (e.g., photos and videos) they plan to use in their social media posts.
A mega influencer is a social media influencer with a very large following, typically in the millions.
A meme is a cultural phenomenon that has taken the world of social media by storm. Memes can take many different forms, including images, videos, GIFs, and text.
Menty B is a nickname for “mental breakdown” a term that has gained traction on social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram.
A micro influencer is an influencer who has a relatively small following on social media, typically ranging from 5,000 to 100,000 followers.
"Mid" is a slang term that is commonly used on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. It’s typically used as a prefix to describe something that is average or mediocre.
Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are a demographic cohort that typically refers to individuals born between the early 1980s and the mid-1990s to early 2000s,
On social media platforms like Twitter or Tumblr, "moots" is a term used to refer to mutuals. "Moots" is short for "mutuals" or "mutual followers."
"Mute" refers to a feature that allows users to hide or silence posts, updates, or notifications from specific accounts or keywords without unfollowing or blocking them.
A nano influencer is a social media influencer with a very small following, typically between 500 to 5,000 followers.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a subfield of artificial intelligence (AI) that focuses on the interaction between computers and human language.
"Naur” is a phrase often used on social media to describe the way that people with Australian accents pronounce the word “no”.
“Nepo baby", a play on the word "nepotism", is used to refer to a person who benefits from their family connections or privileged background rather than their own merit or talent.
When someone uses the phrase "Not me (??)" on social media, they’re conveying a sense of astonishment or disbelief.
"NPC" stands for "Non-Player Character" and is used as a metaphor to describe someone who is perceived as lacking independent thought or blindly following trends.
Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a widely used metric that measures customer loyalty and satisfaction. It has become a popular way for businesses to gauge their customers' likelihood to recommend them.
"Ok, boomer" is an internet catchphrase used to dismiss negative comments and attitudes associated with baby boomers.
An online community refers to a group of individuals who interact and engage with one another through online platforms, websites, and on social media.
OOMF is an acronym that stands for "One of My Followers” and is used as a way of referring to someone without mentioning their name to maintain privacy, confidentiality or even mystery.
Open Graph is a technology protocol developed by Facebook that allows webpages and web developers to control how their content is presented and shared on social media networks.
OpenAI is an artificial intelligence (AI) research laboratory and company dedicated to advancing and promoting the development of artificial general intelligence (AGI).
"Opp" is a slang abbreviation of the word "opponent" or "enemy." It is commonly used to refer to someone who is viewed as an adversary or someone with whom one has a conflict or disagreement.
Organic reach refers to the number of unique users or followers who see and engage with your content on social media without any paid promotion or advertising.
Personal brand refers to the way an individual presents and represents themselves online, showcasing their unique identity, expertise, values, and interests.
PFP is an acronym that stands for "Profile Picture" on social media platforms and other online platforms.
"Pinned" refers to a social media feature that allows users to keep a specific post or tweet at the top of their profile or feed.
In the context of marketing and social media, "pitch" refers to the act of presenting or promoting a product, service, or idea to a target audience, brand, or potential customers.
A POV (point of view) video is a type of video filmed from the perspective of the person who is creating it, giving the viewer a sense of being there in the moment and experiencing the events as they unfold.
A PSA, or Public Service Announcement, refers to a post or message intended to raise awareness about a specific issue, educate the public, or promote a cause or important message.
When someone says they're going to "put someone on blast," it means they intend to publicly expose or criticize that person's actions, behavior, or personal information.
Quiet quitting, also known as silent resignation or stealth resignation, refers to a situation where someone disengages or withdraws from their job without explicitly expressing their intention to leave.
The term "ratio" refers to a situation where the number of replies or comments on a post significantly outweighs the number of likes or retweets it receives.
"Repin" is a term used on the social media platform Pinterest. It refers to the action of saving or sharing someone else's image or posting on your own Pinterest board.
Referral traffic refers to the visitors who come to a website through a hyperlink or referral link from another website.
“Rent free” is a slang phrase used to describe a situation where something is occupying a significant space in someone else’s mind.
A "reply guy" is a social media term used to describe a specific type of user who consistently and excessively replies to other people's posts, especially those who have a larger following.
Retargeting, also known as remarketing, is a digital marketing strategy that involves targeting users who have already interacted with a brand or visited a website.
"RT" stands for "retweet." A retweet is a feature on Twitter that allows users to share someone else's tweet with their own followers.
“Rizz” is a slang term that refers to someone’s skill in charming or seducing a potential romantic partner.
On social media, "RN" is an abbreviation that stands for "right now." It’s commonly used to convey that something is happening at the present moment or to express immediate actions or feelings.
The term "salty" is commonly used in slang to describe someone who is behaving or expressing themselves in a resentful, bitter, or irritated manner.
This phrase means “I’m already convinced, you don’t have to say anything else to get me on board.”
"Scrubbing" is a term used in video playback that refers to the ability to quickly navigate through a video by dragging a slider or timeline bar back and forth.
“Sending me" is a slang phrase used to describe a situation where someone or something is giving you a strong emotional reaction.
SEO is the process of optimizing a website or online content to improve its ranking and visibility in search engine results pages.
Shadowbanning is a practice that is sometimes used by social media platforms to limit the visibility of a user's content without the user being aware of it.
Share of Voice (SOV) is a marketing metric that refers to the percentage of a brand's total advertising impressions or mentions within a specific market or industry.
“Shook” is a slang term used to describe a state of shock, surprise, or astonishment. It is typically used when something unexpected or impactful happens that leaves a person feeling mentally shaken.
"Side eye" is a term used in social media to describe a facial expression or gesture where someone looks at another person or something with skepticism, doubt, or suspicion.
“Simp" is a slang term used to describe a person who is perceived as overly submissive or even desperate for the attention or affection of someone without receiving anything in return.
A "situationship" is a term used to describe a romantic or intimate relationship that lacks clear definitions or commitments typically associated with traditional romantic relationships.
“Slay" is a slang term used to describe someone who has done so exceptionally well that they killed it, hence “slay.”
On social media, the phrase "sleep on" or "don't sleep on" is often used to encourage others to pay attention to or not overlook something of value, such as a person, idea, song, or opportunity.
"Sliding into the DMs" suggests a stealthy way to message someone without being noticed. This phrase is often used in a lighthearted or humourous way.
SMART goals is an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound.
In internet slang, "SMH" stands for "shaking my head." It is often used to express disapproval, disappointment, or frustration with someone or something.
Social listening is a marketing strategy that involves monitoring and analyzing online conversations related to a brand, industry, or topic.
Social media refers to online platforms and tools that enable people to communicate and interact with each other, share content and ideas, and participate in online communities.
Social media analytics is the practice of gathering and analyzing data from social media platforms to inform business decisions.
Social media automation refers to the process of automating posting, scheduling, and managing social media content across multiple platforms.
Social media etiquette refers to the accepted norms, guidelines, and practices that govern appropriate behaviour and conduct on social media platforms.
A social media handle, also known as a username, is a unique identifier that individuals or businesses use to represent themselves on social media platforms.
Social media management refers to the process of planning, scheduling, and publishing content on social media platforms, as well as interacting with followers and managing online communities.
A social media manager is a professional responsible for managing and executing social media marketing campaigns for individuals, brands, or organizations.
Social media monitoring is the process of actively tracking and analyzing social media channels to gain insights into the conversations and sentiments surrounding a brand, product, or industry.
Later created Social Sets to help you organize your social profiles.
On social media, spamming refers to the act of repeatedly posting or sharing unsolicited and often unwanted content in a disruptive manner.
On social media, "stan" is a term used to refer to someone who is a very enthusiastic and dedicated fan of a particular celebrity, musician, or public figure.
Stitch is a feature on TikTok that allows users to incorporate a section of another user's video into their own.
Stock photos are photographs often taken by professional photographers and made available for use for websites, social media, print materials, or advertising.
"Sus" is an abbreviation for "suspicious" or "suspect" on social media. It's often used when someone thinks that something is not quite right or doesn't seem trustworthy.
Target audience refers to the specific group of individuals or users that a brand, business, or content creator aims to reach and engage.
"TBF" is an abbreviation that stands for "to be fair." It is used to preface a statement or opinion in which the person wants to acknowledge a different perspective or provide context.
"TBT" is an abbreviation for "Throwback Thursday,” a popular hashtag used to share old memories and experiences with others, and to celebrate the past.
Online, tea refers to gossip. “Spilling the tea” is another way of saying “spilling the beans”.
"That feeling when" is a phrase used to introduce a relatable situation or experience.
“That girl” is a social media lifestyle trend that refers to women who prioritize wellness, productivity, beauty and mindfulness.
A person who is recognized as an authority in a particular field and is considered to be influential in shaping the direction of that field.
On social media, a thread is a series of connected posts or comments on a specific topic or conversation.
TikTok Conversations is a tool created by Later that lets you easily read, reply to, hide, and delete TikTok comments at scale.
A TikTok Reaction refers to a type of video response that users can create to engage with or respond to another user's content.
TikTok SEO is the process of optimizing content to improve its visibility and ranking in the TikTok algorithm.
Touch Grass is a figurative expression to suggest that someone should spend time outdoors, disconnect from technology, and engage with the physical world, specifically by being in nature or getting fresh air.
"Trending" is a term used to describe popular topics, hashtags, or keywords that are currently generating a lot of buzz on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.
A trigger warning is a notice provided before content that could potentially evoke strong emotional or psychological reactions in individuals who have experienced trauma or have specific sensitivities.
Online, a "troll" refers to someone who intentionally engages in disruptive or provocative behaviour to elicit emotional reactions or stir up controversy.
“Understood the assignment" is a phrase that is used to acknowledge someone who has done an exceptional job or exceeded expectations.
"Unfollow" refers to the action of ceasing to follow or subscribe to another user's updates, posts, or content on a social media platform.
On social media, the term “unserious” is often used to describe content, discussions, or individuals who are not taking a particular topic or situation seriously.
Unsplash is a popular online platform that provides access to a vast collection of high-quality, royalty-free images and photographs.
The term “unwell” is often used as a way to describe a person’s mental or emotional state.
A URL shortener is a tool that takes a long URL (Uniform Resource Locator) and creates a shorter, condensed version that redirects to the original URL when clicked.
User-generated content (UGC) is any type of content that is created and published by unpaid contributors or fans who are passionate about a particular topic or brand, rather than by professional journalists, publishers, or content creators.
“Valid” is often used to express agreement, understanding, or recognition of someone’s perspective, experiences, or feelings.
“Verified” refers to the process by which an account or profile on social media is confirmed as authentic and genuine by the platform itself.
"Vibe check" is a phrase used on social media to inquire about or assess the general atmosphere or mood of a person, group, or situation.
To be “viral” on social media means that a piece of content, such as a post, video, or image, has become extremely popular and is being shared by a large number of people on various social media platforms.
“Vlogging” refers to video blogging and “vlog” refers to video blog. “Vloggers” is short for video bloggers. It involves creating and sharing video content online to a community of followers.
In slang, "W" is often used as an abbreviation for "win” and is used to express a victory, success, or positive outcome in a given situation.
Watch time on YouTube refers to the total amount of time viewers spend watching your videos. It’s a crucial metric that measures the overall engagement and popularity of YouTube content.
A webinar, short for "web-based seminar," is a live, interactive presentation, workshop, or seminar delivered over the internet.
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