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PyeongChang Brand Scorecard: TrumpsBrandLeads Ambushers

PyeongChang Brand Scorecard:   Week 1   Donald TrumpsBrandLeads Ambushers Korean Companies Come on Strong Analysis of Brand Warfare in the PyeongChang Games Support the Global Language Monitor! Buy details of Brand Warfare that GLM has tracked for last 6 Olympics. Volume Discounts Now Available.     February 14, Austin, Texas —  In a […] Read more

Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 (Ambush Marketing) Brand Scorecard Now Available

https://payhip.com/b/jYGQ     The Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 Brand Scorecard is the ultimate guide to the most bitter of all battles being fought on the slopes of Pyeongchang — the billion-dollar battle between and among the various levels of IOC Sponsorship, and the mega battles being fought with the Non-affiliated Marketers (NAMs) and the sponsors themselves. In these pages, you will read about […] Read more

“Truth” is Top Word of the Year 2017 by The Global Language Monitor

  The Only Analysis for Global English Worldwide 18th annual analysis by the Global Language Monitor “Weinstein Effect” (and #MeToo) is the Top Phrase and Xi Jinping is the Top Name of 2017  RecentlyThe Global Language Monitor (GLMannounced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, […] Read more

Intro to “Word of the Year” Phenomenon

Paul JJ Payack’s Brief Intro to the WOTY Phenomenon Click to Play         WOTY       W0TY       WOTY       WOTY       WOTY   WOTY       W0TY       WOTY       WOTY       WOTY          WOTY       W0TY       WOTY    […] Read more

A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So

 RecentlyThe Global Language Monitor (GLMannounced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, click here A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So To Read How GLM’s Top Words of the Year Record the History of the 21st Century, Thus Far, click […] Read more

Top Words for the First 15 Years of the 21st Century & What They Portend

                   RecentlyThe Global Language Monitor (GLMannounced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, click here A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So To Read How GLM’s Top Words of the Year Record […] Read more

‘Truth’ is Top Word, ‘Weinstein Effect’ the Top Phrase and ‘Xi Jinping’ the Top Name in Global English for 2017

Summary:  “Since the turn of the century, the Global Language Monitor has been naming the words of global English that have had the most profound influence upon the language, the culture, and/or the world of the 21st century,” said Paul JJ Payack, President, and Chief Word Analyst. “GLM ‘s methodologytrue to its Silicon Valley heritage, […] Read more

About

  In 2003, The Global Language Monitor (GLMwas founded in Silicon Valley by Paul J.J. Payack on the understanding that new technologies and techniques were necessary for truly understanding the world of Big Data, as it is now known. Today, from its home in Austin, Texas GLM provides a number of innovative products and services that […] Read more

No. of Words in the English Language

1,041,257.5 Number of Words in the English Language, January 1, 2017, estimate Shakespeare Created 1700 Words in His Lifetime The English Language passed the Million Word threshold on June 10, 2009at 10:22 a.m. (GMT). Currently, there is a new word created every 98 minutes or about 14.7 words per day.   Next Global English Milestone:  […] Read more

Number of Words in the English Language

1,041,257.5 Number of Words in the English Language, January 1, 2017, estimate Shakespeare Created 1700 Words in His Lifetime The English Language passed the Million Word threshold on June 10, 2009at 10:22 a.m. (GMT). Currently, there is a new word created every 98 minutes or about 14.7 words per day.   Next Global English Milestone […] Read more

Recent GLM in the News

        Will Big Data Impact Your Business? Heres What You Should Know                                                         SINGAPORE  — THE UNFOLDING FASHION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CITY         […] Read more

The Future of Global English (400 Years in the Future)

MicroEssay by Paul JJ Payack The conquest of Global English is nearly complete. It is impossible to hold back this tide. The Tsunami of English has already swept over the earth. The question now is how to adjust to this new reality. I have several suggestions. The first would be to master the language. Yes, […] Read more

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New York Bests Paris for 2017 Top Global Fashion Capital Title

  Now Ranking the Top 63 Global Fashion Capitals  AUSTIN, Texas, September 2017 —&thinspIn another close battle between New York and Paris, New York took four of the five categories to take the Top Global Fashion Capitals crown for 2017Since 2011, the Top spot has been traded between New YorkParis, and London, each taking the […] Read more

Top Trending Words of the Year 2017 (Mid-year Update) — Tumultuous Words for Tempestuous Times

    The English language well represents the tumultuous and tempestuous world of today.   Excellent Question, Will …   August 2017, Austin, TEXAS, and NEW YORK (Update) — The Global Language Monitor (GLM) today announced the Top Trending Words of the Year (#WOTYfor 2017 (Mid-year Update). The final Top Words of 2017 will be announced on […] Read more

In the News, Some Classics

GLM In the News: A Selection The Global Language Monitor is used as a media source for the print and electronic media around the globe. Hundreds of news articles around the world incorporate GLM research every yea. You can find links to some of the classic examples below. Nikki Tundel (MPR) on Climate Change RAI […] Read more

The ThoughtTopper Institute

Analyzing What is Real  and What is True in the News   Before it became a global scandalGLM had been analyzing the reality behind the News. Helping discerning thinkers to understand a Higher Level of Fake News™     The articles included in this ThoughtTopper Institute series were first drafted by Paul JJ Payack over the […] Read more

More GLM in the News …

        Der Spiegel Chinglish Die Sache mit dem Ding   Globe and Mail (Canada) Spread the Word, English is Unstoppable   ZDNet Hooray! ‘SOA’ voted most ‘confusing acronym of the year’   Chinese Lecture Series A General Survey of Translation   The Sunday Times (UK) Tweet, blog, text: the words that define the […] Read more

Paris Towers Over World of Fashion — as Top Global Fashion Capital

The Global Language Monitors 11th  Survey Paris nearly doubled Scores of New York and London   Paris Fashion Week, Autumn 2015, New York and Austin, TexasParis has stunned New York City toppling it from its one year reign as the Top Global Fashion Capital in the Global Language Monitors 11th Annual survey. London remained in the […] Read more

Truthiness and Wikiality

‘ By Jim Cheng, USA TODAY Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert adds words like “Truthiness” and “Wikiality” to the TV lexicon; plus, Elton John issues his hip-hop producer wish list.     Colbert’s ‘truthiness’ strikes a chord “Truthiness” and “Wikiality,” two words popularized by political satirist Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, were named the […] Read more

HollyWord Name Game

Just plain Bill banned in Hollywood name game Jun. 1, 2006 at 5:59 PM Reuters If you have ever wondered what’s in a name, consider: Brooklyn, Moxie Crimefighter, Bluebell Madonna, Suri, Phinneaus, Apple and, debuting just last week, Shiloh. All these are names that celebrities have bestowed upon their newborns in their quest for the […] Read more