‘Solutions’ is one of them.
One reason is because ‘solution’ returns 642,000,000 results when searched on Google. Wow. If there are that many solutions available, yours is highly unlikely to stand out.
I realise that people use the word to suggest they solve problems. But it doesn’t work. It’s clunky and pointless.
To demonstrate what nonsense it is, here’s what @DaveTrott tweeted yesterday:
Just had a nutrition solution, so I might go outside for some garden solution, or down the pub for some leisure solution, then the telly for some entertainment solution, and off to bed for some relaxation solution. Then tomorrow morning up and catch the travel solution to work.
A copywriter would never write: ‘An internet marketing firm specialising in e-commerce solutions’.
We’d write: ‘An internet marketing firm specialising in e-commerce’.
Or, even better, something that is more customer-focused: ‘We help improve the performance of your e-commerce website’.
The only time a copywriter would use ‘solution’ is when writing about chemistry e.g. ‘A solution of ammonia in water’.