It’s faddish, in these marketing circles I run in (around), to replace the word about with around. Let’s ideate around the goal of … We need strategy around communicating with the consumer… Why is this? Around conjures the physical world to me; it seems place-based whereas about stays in the notional world.

Marketing jargon is heinous although sometimes unavoidable (hello, leverage). Not in this case.


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