This refers to permanent redirection. It means you are permanently redirected to a page with a different URL.
Absolute unique visitor
This refers to one of the SEO reports that counts the number of your visitors that only visited once during a selected date range.
This refers to an HTML attribute that provides alternative text. Whenever an image fails to load, this tag comes to the rescue and describes the content of that image.
Anchor text is the text that serves as a link. If you click on an anchor text, it will lead you to a place on the web.
Average time on site
This provides information about how long your visitors stay on your site.
This includes bounce rate, new visits, average time on site, page views, and visits. All these metrics inform you of a website’s usefulness.
Black hat techniques
These are shady SEO practices that can get you on the bad side of search engines.
This is the transparent graphic image you place on your site (or email). Its purpose is to help you monitor user behavior.
A canonical tag is the HTML element that allows webmasters to report any duplicate content pages that have been created. Its structure looks like this: ”
Content management system (CMS)
This is a suite of applications that lets you create content, then publish it. A popular example of a CMS is WordPress.
You can also call this content shock. This refers to how your content’s impact decreases because of the existence of other content.
This refers to the percentage of web visitors who click a link, subscribe to your email list, or fulfill any action.
This is a link to a page other than the home page.
Depth of visit
This measures how many pages on your site visitors check out during a single session.
Domain name is your website’s unique address on the internet.
This is created to achieve a high position in search engines. You can also call it a doorway page, an entry page, a jump page, and a bridge page.
This refers to content that has been reused or copied from other sources on the internet. If Google finds duplicate content on your site, it could penalize you.
Facebook GSO (Graph Search Optimization)
This combines the power of optimization and social sharing. Its focus is on improving search results for Facebook’s Graph Search.
This refers to content that has never been published before. By posting fresh content that is 100% original, new, and unique, you are giving people a solid reason to visit your website.
This monitors visitors through your site, as well as how your marketing campaigns are doing. It’s a free service from Google.
This is another free service. It provides you with a chart to inform you how many times words and topics have been the subject of search over time.
This refers to an element in electronic documents that leads you to another place.
An inbound link is a hyperlink that links to your own site from an external page. You can also refer to it as a backlink.
You can also call this invisible keyword stuffing. It is text that you cannot see because the text’s color is the same as the background color. Unless you highlight the text, you can’t tell it’s there.
These are words that trigger a desired result. For example, your keywords may be “SEO agencies in Atlanta”. If a person searches for these words on search engines, they will get results in the form of content that has been optimized for those keywords.
Keyword density a number that describes how often a specific phrase appears in a text.
This refers to highly viral content whose main purpose is to attract readers. Think of it as a fishing hook but instead of wanting fish, what you want are links.
Link building is the process of exchanging backlinks to raise your site’s quality backlinks.
This is the process of exchanging links to raise your site’s number of links.
Link popularity is a measure of your site’s value with the number of quality inbound links as the basis.
LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) keywords
These are close variants of your main keyword. For example, let’s say your main keyword is “exercise”. Your LSI keywords, in this case, could be “fitness”, “health”, and “cardio”.
This refers to submitting your site’s URL to the search engines without using a link building service.
These are the HTML tags that display information about a page. The information includes what that web page is about and how often you update it.
Natural search is a form of search where you receive results naturally. With this, you don’t see results based on paid advertising.
This is one of the two main categories of SEO. It describes the SEO techniques you’re implementing outside of your page. Examples are link building and using a social media strategy.
This is the other main category of SEO. It refers to the SEO techniques you’re using on your page. Examples are optimizing your meta tags and using LSI keywords.
This refers to traffic that you generated naturally. For example, you didn’t pay for people to visit your website. If they did so anyway, it means you got that web traffic organically.
This refers to the practice of building a page in a way that lets it show a different piece of content to people and search engines. In theory, its goal is to help you get a good ranking for your keywords while presenting people with unrelated content.
You can also refer to this as PR. It’s an algorithm that aims to calculate your website’s importance.
This refers to a means of contextual advertising where you pay to have your site appear on top of search engine results.
Premium content is content that can be available for a price.
This refers to the good kind of link. It’s usually from pages with a higher domain or page authority.
This refers to your position on search engines.
This refers to an agreement between site owners that says they have to link to each other’s sites.
This is the text file you upload to your