|So, this person said that you are on the radar screen, depending on the build-out and soft launch, but only if the content strategy was no longer tied to partner links in the application, and this led to several questions about co-branding ahead of the next build cycle or when the content server is ramped up and deployed. Translation: Hello. |
You are absolutely correct that there is an entire dot.com language out there, and if you are going to function effectively in that community, you need to learn it. As a person with some technical knowledge, you should be very close to being up-to-speed already. At the same time, as you do more reading and spend more time in dot.com pursuits, your command of this language will only increase.
However, there are some dot.communicators out there who use their special vocabulary to exclude, impress, or even dominate outsiders who want to be insiders. When you encounter dot.com talk that puzzles you, do not be afraid to say that you do not understand. This shows your interest in the subject, along with your self-confidence and self-assurance, and these are add-ons that should ramp up your marketability in the dot.community.