SEO Glossary

What is SEO, and how does it work?
Speaking in SEO Terms

This SEO Glossary will help you understand the content of the website more easily. The terms and definitions provided are the most frequently used SEO and Internet Marketing keywords. The SEO Glossary is very easy to use; find a word by clicking on its first letter. When you are finished click on the "back to top" button and go to the top of the page to look up a new word. For those of you who have some time to spare, scroll down and up to see our full glossary of technical terms. Hopefully we will be able to explain a few things on your way to SEO Optimization.

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Cache / Caching

Caching is the process of storing the network data for future re-use in order to lower the time used to transfer such

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Canspam is the acronym for Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing Act that became a law in the USA in

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Clickability is a buzzword designed by marketers to describe how "clickable" a piece of content is. Clickability can also described as the

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Cloaking is a type of black hat SEO used to deceive search engines into displaying a certain website, which otherwise would not

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Cloud Servers

Cloud Server, or usually known as cloud computing, is a type of hosting where the hosting services are available to customers on

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Comscore (comScore) is an American Company that performs Internet analysis. Their statistics provide companies, agencies and publishers with data similar to Analytics.

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Contextual Marketing

Contextual marketing is a form of online marketing or advertising where users are served with specific-targeted advertisements based on the users' browsing

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Cost Per Click (CPC)

Cost-Per-Click (CPC) is an Internet advertising model used to direct traffic to websites. The amount paid by advertisers is set by a

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CPL – Cost Per Like

Cost Per Like is the measure of the value a webmaster is must spend in order to acquire fans on the social

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A curator is a person on the Internet who finds, manages, and organizes information on the web. Curators find content on the

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