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New SEOpittfall Glossary of SEO Terms
2012-01-07 05:47:00
I have been looking to build a resource to answer the most common questions regarding SEO, namely definitions, purposes and impact of SEO terminology (SEM terms included). The answer: The SEOpittfall Glossary of SEO Terms One of the greatest reasons for not building this sooner is the fact that I haven’t kept up on my ...Copyright © 2004-2011, by Stephen Pitts aka, All Rights Reserved. Contact pittfall@seopittfall.comNew SEOpittfall Glossary of SEO Terms
cherry song wrote a new blog post: Cell Phone Glossary - The Most Frequentl
2009-07-24 10:00:00
cherry song wrote a new blog post: Cell Phone Glossary - The Most Frequently-Used Worldwide Cell phones are not immortal. And they are constantly updated. Buying a cell phone is very common nowadays. But quite a few of us don’t know too much about the Most Frequently-Used Cell Phone Glossary. General understanding of the most common-used phones terminology could make us effectively enhance our using efficiency and reduce the rate ...
Music Online Glossary – When Music, Music Careers and PCs Collide
2009-02-16 15:41:00
The Internet has proven to be where music can be discovered, reviewed, discussed, shared, and purchased. Musicians know this and get online to upload their music and become a part of the world wide music machine process. They come on the Web at every age, at every experience level – musically and computer savvy. From youngsters starting out to seasoned musicians just learning where the computer on switch is, the workings of being on a computer can be overwhelming with everything else they have going on in their lives.The Web also allows musicians access to music knowledge. Artists will come across difficult terminology and phrases that they do not understand. Compiled in the following mini glossary are music business, digital, organizations, record biz lingo, computer terms and basic need-to-know info. Hopefully, something listed here will help you navigate music online a bit easier, and so you know, this glossary is an excerpt of an extensive list found on Artistopia. A&R –...
STAAD.Pro 2007 Glossary
2008-11-07 06:42:00
Hi, I need a Glossary for STAAD.Pro if anyone can help me please do it. Thanks in Advance.
Online Marketing Glossary: Interactive Agency
2008-11-06 17:30:00
Interactive Agency: An agency offering a mix of Web design and development, Internet advertising and online marketing, or e-business/e-commerce consulting. Speak of the devil, we finally come to a definition that describes my new company, New Edge Media! We offer PPC, SEO, Affiliate Marketing, and Email Marketing. Some stop by and take a look! This actually concludes this ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Residual Earnings
2008-11-05 17:30:00
Residual Earnings: A program that pays affiliates not just for the first sale, but all additional sales made at the merchant’s site over the life of the customer. It’s my understanding that not many programs offer this anymore due to the incredible expense it could lead to if the customer is a good customer. More often programs ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Widget
2008-11-04 17:30:00
Widget: A small application designed to reside on a PC desktop or within a web-based portal or social network site offering useful or entertaining functionality. These also appear on many blogs, even having a few in my sidebar. WordPress refers to any sidebar module as a widget, and there are millions of widgets out there. A great ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Link Bait
2008-11-03 17:30:00
Link Bait: A useful, entertaining, creative Web content or Web tool that encourages website owners to link to it. A lot of bloggers do this - write a post that has a headline that’s just RIPE for linking back. Create some controversy to get your blog linked to. Or, just create some damn good content to pass ...
Control Gear Glossary
2008-11-03 14:24:00
Hi, Folks, Does anyone know of a document (preferably freely available on the net) that describes a standard for the nomenclature of terminals of control gear? Simple examples: * 11/12 - NC contacts * 13/14 - NO contacts * X1/X2 - Monitoring feedback (on e.g.
Online Marketing Glossary: Super Affiliates
2008-11-02 17:30:00
Super Affiliates: The best affiliates in a program based on performance and earnings, usually the top 1%, who generate the majority of revenue for a program. I’ve also used this term to refer to an affiliate who is well known across multiple programs to run a super successful affiliate site participating in many programs. Such well known ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Dayparting
2008-11-01 17:30:00
Dayparting: The ability to specify different times of day - or day of week - for ad displays, as a way to target searchers more specifically. An option that limits the serving of specified ads based on day and time factors. This is used by many PPC affiliates to control their spend by tightly showing ads only ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Meta Tag
2008-10-08 18:30:00
Meta Tag: A way to describe various aspects of a webpage that is not intended for users to see. Meta tags pass information to Web crawlers and spiders along with browsers and other applications. Remember when I said there were basic tools out there to optimize your website for search engines on a very prime level? This ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Eighty Twenty Rule
2008-10-07 18:30:00
Eighty Twenty Rule: A rule of thumb that dictates that typically 80% of the products sold in a category will be consumed by 20% of the customers. This is also known as the Pareto Principal, and more generally is taken to mean that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. Applied to affiliate marketing, ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Cloaking
2008-10-06 18:30:00
Cloaking: A deceptive process that sends search engine spiders to alternative pages that are not seen by the end user. Search engines record content for a URL that is different from what the visitor sees in order to obtain more favorable search positions. Okay I could be completely off the mark, but practically speaking I think this ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Text Link
2008-10-05 18:30:00
Text Link: A link that is not accompanied by a graphical image. More commonly in affiliate marketing, display advertising of using banners is going out the door and we see more text links along side of the more technical widgets, videos, and flash banners. ____ Glossary Definition From ABC’s of Online Marketing by Alexandra Wharton, Issue 22, Revenue Magazine  Powered ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Optimization
2008-10-04 18:30:00
Optimization: Changes made to a webpage specifically to improve the positioning of the page on search engines. SEO is a big industry, and it’s the best and most cost effective thing you can do for your website. There are companies you can hire to do extensive optimization, like New Edge Media, and you can do smaller things ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Geotargeting
2008-10-03 18:00:00
Geotargeting The method of targeting audiences geographically. Search marketers specify where ads should be placed, not just which keywords trigger the ads. There was some talk of this during the first day of the Social Media Marketing Summit. People are becoming more savvy in searching with their zip code added to narrow down the search results to ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Pay Per Sale
2008-09-15 18:30:00
Pay Per Sale (PPS): A program where an affiliate receives a commission for each sale of a product or service that they refer to a merchant’s website. Pay-per-sale programs usually offer the highest commissions and the lowest conversion ration. This is the most common model of affiliate program. The merchant puts the pressure of generating a sale ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Crawler
2008-09-14 18:30:00
Crawler (also Spider, Robot or Bot): Component of a search engine that gathers listings by automatically trolling the Web and following links to webpages. It makes copies of the webpages found and stores them in the search engine’s index. The faster the crawlers work, the faster the pages are indexed and show up in search engine results ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Pay Per Lead
2008-09-13 18:30:00
Pay Per Lead (PPL): A program where an affiliate receives a commission for each lead that they generate for a merchant website such as completed surveys, contest or sweepstakes entries. Pay per lead generally offers midrange commissions and midrange-to-high conversion ratios. Merchants typically use this model when they want to follow up with leads to complete the ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Pay Per Impression
2008-09-11 18:30:00
Pay Per Impression (PPI): An advertising pricing model in which advertisers pay based on how many users were served their ads. This isn’t used as often since there can be third party interference in counting impressions. I’ve been told that search engine crawlers can interfere with the impressions, although I’m honestly not sure how accurate that is. If ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Viral Marketing
2008-09-10 18:30:00
Viral Marketing: The rapid adoption of a product or passing on of an offer to friends and family through word-of-mouth (or word-of-email) networks. Any advertising that propagates itself the way viruses do. Viral is growing, no pun intended. Traditionally this has been referred to as word-of-mouth, however with the advent of our dear interwebs here, viral can ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Opt-in Email
2008-09-09 18:30:00
Opt-in Email: Email information that the recipient explicitly requests such as a newsletter or eZine. This is the best way to comply with CAN-SPAM guidelines - always ask your newsletter or email recipients to OPT IN! If they asked to receive the emails, you cannot get in trouble for sending them. ____ Glossary Definition From ABC’s of Online Marketing ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Pay Per Click
2008-09-08 18:30:00
Pay Per Click (PPC): A program where an affiliate receives a commission for each click they refer to a merchant’s website. PPC offers some of the lowest commissions and high conversion ratio since visitors need to only click on a link to earn the affiliate a commission. The most common search engine utilizing PPC is Google AdWords, ...
Online Marketing Glossary: Nanopublishing
2008-09-07 18:30:00
Nanopublishing: An online publishing model that uses a small-scale, inexpensive operation to reach a targeted audience, especially through blogging. Sometimes communities of shared interest emerge quickly online, such as and To be honest, I don’t have a lot of experience dealing with nanopublishing. Although it seems to me that this is just blogging to a ...
The Home Computer Security Glossary
2008-07-31 23:18:00
We geeks are so comfortable batting around those techie terms, we often get accused of having a blind spot: not explaining what those terms mean. Especially to the common home user, who is definitely not a geek but just wants to surf the web in peace. And yet, conversely, it is the common home user who is most at risk, frequently targeted for attack by the ne’erdowells of the web. So here, a little jargon list about computer security, just for the people who need the jargon-free “elevator pitch”. First, the Big Three categories: Virus – A nasty program whose mission in life is to spread itself and infect as many computers as it can. The difference with a virus is, it uses another program to reproduce. Just like a flu infects cells in the body to make more flu viruses, a computer virus cannot spread on its own. Worm – So what’s a worm? Another nasty program that spreads itself and tried to infect as many… wait a minute, didn’t...
A Glossary of Divorce
2008-06-04 06:26:00
Divorce lawyers and law firms can provide a great deal of divorce information and divorce advice; but sometimes, all that legal jargon can be confusing to say the least, not to mention intimidating. Getting a good, low cost divorce settlement requires planning and research.So, why not start here? We have provided you with a good glossary of legal terms related to the process of getting a divorce:AlimonyA regular support payment by one divorced spouse to the otherAnnulmentA court declaration stating that a legal marriage never existedArbitrationHaving a disputed matter settled by a third party who is not a judge.AttachmentA court-ordered seizure of a debtor?s property.Attorney at LawA state-licensed advocate who is hired to prepare, manage and try a case in court.Alternative Dispute ResolutionA process of negotiation, mediation and arbitration, in lieu of a trial, as a way to resolve issues pertaining to a judgment of divorce.Case Information Statement (CIS)A financial document speci...
Razzball Glossary
2008-06-01 17:39:00
Sometimes we use big words here at Razzball. Or made up words. Or big, made up words. Or acronyms. Or big, made up acronyms that don’t mean anything to anyone, even us. If you’ve been reading for a while, you probably know the fantasy baseball terms that follow. If you’re new, or old with a ...
Real Estate Glossary: Q
2008-05-31 16:30:00
Qualifying Ratios As calculated by lenders, the percentage of income that is spent on housing debt and combined household debt. The first qualifying ratio, called the gross debt service or GDS is up to and including a maximum of 32% of the combined gross family income. The second qualifying ratio is the Total debt service or ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: Q", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-q/" });
Real Estate Glossary: P
2008-05-21 15:41:00
Payment Adjustment Period The time period where payments on an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) may fluctuate. Payment Cap A contractual limitation on the amount of the monthly payment of an adjustable-rate mortgage or other variable rate loan. Penalty In mortgage terms, a penalty is a set rate or length of time the penalty will be charged based on the remaining loan ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: P", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-p/" });
Real Estate Glossary: O
2008-05-13 15:30:00
One-year Adjustable A mortgage where the annual rate changes from year to year. The rate is based on movements of a published index plus a specified margin, selected by the lender. Open-end Lease A type of lease that offers lowers payments, but more risk to the lessee because he or she must pay the difference between the residual ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: O", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-o/" });
Real Estate Glossary: N
2008-05-06 15:00:00
Net Cash Flow Incremental after-tax income plus depreciation expense resulting from investment. Net Income The difference between effective gross income and a person’s expenses. The term is qualified as net income before depreciation and debt. Net proceeds from the sale Residual amount deriving from the sale of an immovable once all selling expenses have been deducted, i.e. mortgage loan ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: N", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-n/" });
Real Estate Glossary: M
2008-04-30 14:30:00
Maintenance Fee A periodic assessment or charge that residents pay to their homeowner’s or condo association to pay for the maintenance and repairs of common areas. Market Conditions Factors that can affect the sale of homes in a certain area. Such factors include interest rates, the unemployment rate, home appreciation, weather, time of year, etc. Market Value The highest price ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: M", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-m/" });
Real Estate Glossary: L
2008-04-24 18:00:00
Land Contract A legal contract or agreement for the sale of property where the buyer takes possession while making payments, but the seller holds the title until full payment is received. Land Title The legal document conveying title to a property. Land Titles System A system used for the registration of land. Under this system, the registrar or master of ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: L", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-l/" });
Wine Glossary: Enomatic
2008-04-24 01:23:00
Popular throughout Europe for years, at wine bars and stores such as Paris' Lavinia wine store, an enomatic is a self-serve wine dispenser. Patrons purchase a wine card (similar to a debit card) and insert the card into the machine for a wine pour.The enomatic just came to my area, the first such machine in Ohio is located at 87 West 2 wine bar in Westlake Ohio's Crocker Park, just west of Cleveland.I asked the establishment's owner, Tom Lutz why a wine bar patron would prefer to use the enomatic instead of having a server bring their wine. He explained that the .........
Link Glossary: Outbound Links
2008-04-24 00:00:00
Outbound Links: A link that points away from your website. Outbound links are a great way to receive some link love from the recipients, but be careful. The more outbound links are on a webpage, the less value the links have. You don't want to make the outbound links more ...
Link Glossary: Authority Pages
2008-04-24 00:00:00
Authority Pages: Web page with many unique domains linking in to it. Home pages tend to have more authority as most people are prone to link their visitors to the general website they want to share with them instead of a deep linked page. Authority is an excellent tool in your ...
Wireless Glossary
2008-04-22 12:24:00
1X or 1XRTT: A high speed data protocol that is used with CDMA phones and devices for wireless internet. 2G: The most common type of phone in North America today. 2G phones deliver both voice and data transmissions, but primarily focus on voice communications. Data connections using the wireless phone are similar to dial-up connections using a older modem and speeds are quite slow. Okay for simple text messages (SMS) and email, but not much else. 2.5G: An intermediate bridging standard between 2G and 3G phones. 2G phones are purely digital and can transmit wireless data at about the same rate as a dial-up connection with a fast modem. Good for email and simple web browsing. 3G: A third-generation high-speed mobile phone that will eventually provide data at rates similar to cable or ADSL. At present, very limited availability and data transfer speeds are limited to about 144 Kbps. 3G: 4G is the broadband mobile communications that will supersede 3G. Standards ...
Link Glossary: IP Address
2008-04-20 00:00:00
IP Address: Every computer connected to the Internet must have a unique address known as an IP (Internet Protocol) address. The IP address is a numeric address written as a set of four groups of number separated by dots, for example The address provides a unique identification of ...
Link Glossary: Site Wide Links
2008-04-17 00:00:00
Site Wide Links: Your link on the homepage and all sub pages of a website. Also known as ROS (Run of Site) It's very important to target these links appropriately. A site wide link can put your link on thousands of pages within just one domain, so it's important that ...
Real Estate Glossary: K
2008-04-16 14:00:00
Key Lot A property that must be acquired because it is essential to the development of land, either because of its strategic location or the timing of the acquisition. Kicker Any benefit to a lender above ordinary fixed-interest payments such as an equity position in a property or a percentage participation in the income stream. Related ArticlesReal Estate Glossary: ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: K", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-k/" });
A Glossary Of Car Hire Terms For Travellers
2008-04-14 07:00:00
When using a car hire company it is easy to become bamboozled with all the terminology that applies to the hire of a car. Whilst the agent may know exactly what they are talking about; for the consumer, it is often confusing and can result in you having to pay over the odds for your ...
Link Glossary: Deep Link
2008-04-14 00:00:00
Deep Link: Linking to a webpage buried within a website. These pages are referred to as "deep" because they are often two or more directories deep within a website. Deep linking is important to affiliate marketers. An affiliate link that goes right to the product being advertised is more likely ...
Link Glossary: Backlinks
2008-04-14 00:00:00
Backlinks: The number of links pointing back to your website. This can be found by conducting a search on the major search engines: Link: This is good information to have periodically to see how far of a reach your website has. This is an especially important metric when launching ...
Link Glossary: Alt text
2008-04-14 00:00:00
Alt text: "alternative text" that is placed in the code for an image in an H Alt text is important because of firewalls and website loading speeds. People viewing your website through a firewall may not be able to see all photos due to the security settings. Alt text will ...
Real Estate Glossary: J
2008-04-09 14:00:00
Joint Credit Credit that is issued to two people based their credit reports and their combined assets and incomes. The repayment of joint credit is the responsibility of both parties. Joint Liability When two or more people are responsible for repaying a single debt. Joint Tenancy When two people (typically spouses) both own an undivided interest in ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: J", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-j/" });
Link Glossary: Reciprocal Link Exchanges
2008-04-07 18:00:00
Reciprocal Link Exchanges: When two websites swap links to point at each other. Trading links with another website. There’s a limited amount of success that can be had with reciprocal link exchanges. As one blogger wrote they are “so 1997″. Search engines do not give that much value to reciprocal link exchanges because you ...
Link Glossary: Anchor Text
2008-04-04 18:00:00
Anchor Text: Anchor text is the text on a page that is linked to another web page or a different place on the current page. When you click on anchor text, you will be taken to the page or place on the page to which it is linked. This is basically the HTML nuts & bolts ...
Link Glossary: Citation
2008-04-02 18:00:00
Citation: A citation is a reference to an entity. Citation: quote, mention, reference. Citation in the context of the web usually means a HREF link to a location. A Citation count is the count of references to a page on the internet. I use a lot of citations on my websites, and the reason ...
Real Estate Glossary: I
2008-04-02 13:40:00
Illegal View (Quebec) Any exterior opening or opening in a structure or building that creates an illegal view of adjoining lands. Income Approach - Evaluation A step in the valuation process of an income property. The value is reached by estimating the annual income minus an allowance for vacancies and bad debts and then subtracting annual operating ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Real Estate Glossary: I", url: "http://montrealrealestateblog.-com/real-estate-glossary-i/" });
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