Category Archives: Acronym of the Day

Acronym of the Day – CE: Creative Editing #netiquette

Our Acronym of the Day, CE (creative editing), is one which is utilized more often than mentioned. For those spending time on twitter or attached to their smartphones, communicating in 140 characters or less can often be challenging. Remember not everyone is on the same digital page. Use acronyms sparingly and avoid use in business…

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Acronym of the Day – BTN: Better Than Nothing #netiquette

Our Acronym of the Day, BTN (Better Than Nothing), is a ho-hum digital way to reply to an average communication. Remember not everyone is on the same digital page. Use acronyms sparingly and avoid use in business correspondence. For a complete list of 200 acronyms that go beyond BFF and a sneak peek from our…

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Acronym of the Day – BTFT: Been There, Fixed That #netiquette

Our Acronym of the Day, BTFT (Been There, Fixed That), is a perfect digital reply to our previous acronym, BTDT (Been There, Done That). Remember not everyone is on the same digital page. Use acronyms sparingly and avoid use in business correspondence. For a complete list of 200 acronyms that go beyond BFF and a…

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Acronym of the Day – BTDT: Been There, Done That #netiquette

Our Acronym of the Day, BTDT is one of the more common acronyms you’ll see in digital communications. It stands for “Been There, Done That.” Although it’s used in a sarcastic way, remember not everyone is on the same digital page. Use acronyms sparingly and avoid use in business correspondence. For a complete list of…

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Acronym of the Day – BRS: Big Red Switch #netiquette

Our Acronym of the Day, BRS isn’t familiar to many, unless in the event of an emergency.  BRS stands for “Big Red Switch.” Remember that not everyone is on the same digital page, so be prepared to give an explanation if asked. Remember, acronyms should be used sparingly and avoid use in business correspondence. For…

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Acronym of the Day – BRB: Be Right Back

Our Acronym of the Day, BRB is one that may be familiar to web enthusiasts. It stands for “Be Right Back.” BRB is used frequently in chat rooms and casual conversations. Remember that not everyone is on the same digital page, so be prepared to give an explanation if asked. Remember, acronyms should be used…

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Acronym of the Day – BOF: Birds of a Feather

Did you know that BOF is the acronym for Birds of a Feather? Whether you flock together on Twitter or in text messages, BOF can be used in a casual conversation. However, remember that not everyone is on the same digital page, so be prepared to give an explanation. Remember, acronyms shouldn’t be used in…

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Acronym of the Day – BOC: But of Course

With a digital tone in your voice, you might use our Acronym of the Day, BOC, which stands for But of Course. Acronyms are meant to add personality to your communication, but remember to use them sparingly and not in business correspondence. For a complete list of 200 acronyms that go beyond BFF and a…

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Acronym of the Day – BBIAF: Be Back in a Few

Need to take a break from your keyboard?  Our Acronym of the Day, BBIAF stands for Be Back in a Few. Although unfamiliar to most, those who have been practicing Internet etiquette for many years will recognize what BBIAF stands for. For a complete list of 200 acronyms that go beyond BFF and a sneak…

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Acronym of the Day – BBFN: Bye Bye for Now

You’ve had a wonderful digital dialog, but what is the appropriate sign off? In our Acronym of the Day, we say it’s time to say BBFN, or Bye Bye for Now. Keep in mind not everyone is on the same digital page and acronyms shouldn’t be used in business correspondence. For a list of 200…

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Acronym of the Day – BOC

Did you know that BOC  is the acronym for “But of Course?” It’s used in a matter-of-fact digital conversation on facebook, twitter, chat rooms, and in personal emails for the netiquette-savvy. As with all acronyms, use it sparingly and avoid use in business correspondence. For a complete list of 185 acronyms and a sneak peek…

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Acronym of the Day – BFF

Does this acronym even need a definition? Unless your a grandparent chances are you already know that “BFF” stands for “Best Friends Forever.” It’s one of the sweetest digital compliments you can give a friend on facebook, twitter, in a chat room, or in an email. As with all acronyms, use it sparingly and avoid…

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Acronym of the Day – BNF

Did you know that BNF is the acronym for “Big Name Fan?” It’s not one of the more popular or recognizable acronyms and is used to send a digital compliment. Like all acronyms, it should be used sparingly and for social purposes only. For a complete list of 185 acronyms and a sneak peek at…

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Acronym of the Day – BFN

Did you know that BFN is the acronym for “Bye for Now?” It’s a fun and friendly way to communicate on twitter, facebook, and in chat rooms with your digital friends. Like all acronyms, it should be used sparingly and for social purposes only. For a complete list of 185 acronyms and a sneak peek…

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Acronym of the Day – BF

BF is becoming a well-known and commonly used acronym.  Did you know it stands for “Best Friend” or “Boyfriend” for most? It’s also a shorter version of “BFF,” more commonly known as “Best Friends Forever.” You’ll see this commonly used on facebook and twitter, and like all acronyms, it should be used sparingly and for…

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Acronym of the Day – BBS

For the more sophisticated and long-time digital user, BBS is a well-known acronym for “Bulletin Board Service.” BBS originated in the days long before facebook and twitter, and while common for many, others may assume it stands for “Big Bad something or other.” As with all acronyms, remember to follow the rules of netiquette and…

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