Every day that you run your small business, you run across some phrases that may be new to you.
That’s why we’re proud to introduce you to the Intuit Small Business Dictionary, which contains over 250 phrases and terms that any small business should know, defined and explained in plain English.
This new Dictionary contains brief definitions and examples when appropriate of dozens of words and phrases that you probably hear or read daily but may not fully “get.” For example, what’s the difference between:
- Above The Line and Below The Line?
- SEM and SEO?
- Long-Tail Keywords and Short-Tail Keywords?
- Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress?
- Bootstrapping, Angel Investors, and Venture Capitalists?
- Who or what is Bluetooth – and how are blueberries connected with it?
- And what does Spam have to do with running your small business?
We hope the Intuit Small Business Dictionary will become an invaluable resource. And if there’s a phrase you’ve heard that we haven’t yet covered, please let us know by commenting below and we’ll try to add it to the ISBD Second Edition!