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What Is Negative SEO

What Is Negative SEO?

Difficulty: Medium

Negative SEO involves a range of malicious techniques designed to lower a competitor’s site rankings in the search results.

What Is The HTML Figcaption Tag

What Is The HTML <figcaption> Tag?

Difficulty: Medium

The <figcaption> is an optional tag used to define a caption for the <figure> tag.

What Is The HTML Figure Tag

What Is The HTML <figure> Tag?

Difficulty: Medium

The HTML <figure> tag is used to specify separate content that has no effect on the main flow of the article.

What Is The HTML Table Tag

What Is The HTML <table> Tag?

Difficulty: Medium

The HTML <table> tag is used to define a table within a HTML document, allowing data to be represented in columns and rows.

What Is Local SEO

What Is Local SEO?

Difficulty: Medium

Local SEO is the process of optimising a website for local search results. The local search results are the businesses, products, or services that are listed...

What Is Google

What Is Google?

Difficulty: Easy

Google is an American technology company that focuses on search engine technology and cloud computing.

What Is A Keyword Strategy

What Is A Keyword Strategy?

Difficulty: Medium

A keyword strategy is a plan to generate organic traffic from relevant keywords in order to achieve a certain goal.

What Is Google AdSense

What Is Google AdSense?

Difficulty: Medium

Google AdSense, also known as AdSense, is a service provided by Google that provides website owners with a way of making money from their website by publishing ads from Google Ads.

What Is HDML

What Is HDML?

Difficulty: Medium

Stands for Handheld Device Markup Language. HDML is a specialised version of HTML that allows text content and applications to be written on...

What Is A Web Beacon

What Is A Web Beacon?

Difficulty: Medium

A web beacon, also known as a web bug, is a 1x1 pixel image used for tracking purposes. It can track a user visiting a webpage or reading an email.

How To Make A Website

How To Make A Website?

Difficulty: Easy

Websites are an easy way of sharing your ideas, knowledge, thoughts, and services to people all around the world.

What Are Google Webmaster Guidelines

What Are Google Webmaster Guidelines?

Difficulty: Medium

Google Webmaster Guidelines are the guidelines which cover best practices for Google finding, indexing, and ranking a website.

What Is A Private Blog Network

What Is A Private Blog Network?

Difficulty: Medium

A private blog network (PBN) is a group of websites controlled by a person or a group of people which are used to build backlinks to a single website.

What Is Link Stability

What Is Link Stability?

Difficulty: Medium

Link stability is about whether outbound links remain on a webpage for an extended period of time without any changes that could disrupt them, such as changing the URL.

What Is The Hreflang Attribute

What Is The Hreflang Attribute?

Difficulty: Medium

The hreflang attribute is used to define the country and language a page is designed to serve so that search engines can serve that result for users searching in that language.

What Is Personalised Advertising

What Is Personalised Advertising?

Difficulty: Medium

Personalised advertising, also known as targeted advertising, is the process of delivering targeted ads to users based on their data and past behaviours, such as what they have visited before.

What Is Grey Hat SEO

What Is Grey Hat SEO?

Difficulty: Medium

Grey hat SEO is an SEO practice that goes outside the rules of white hat SEO and is riskier but does not cause a website to be banned from search engines.

What Is The Noopener Attribute

What Is The Noopener Attribute?

Difficulty: Advanced

The noopener attribute is a HTML attribute used to prevent the external page from being able to gain access or tamper with the original page.

What Is The Google Disavow Tool

What Is The Google Disavow Tool?

Difficulty: Medium

The Google disavow tool is a tool provided by Google Search Console that allows website owners to instruct Google on which inbound links to ignore the value of.

What Is Yandex Search

What Is Yandex Search?

Difficulty: Medium

Yandex Search is a search engine owned and operated by Yandex, based in Russia. Yandex Search is the second largest search engine in Russia.

What Is White Hat SEO

What Is White Hat SEO?

Difficulty: Medium

White hat SEO refers to a range of ethical techniques that abide by the search engine guidelines and involve no deception.

What Is A Focus Keyword

What Is A Focus Keyword?

Difficulty: Medium

A focus keyword is a keyword that website owners want a page to rank for the most. As suggested in the name, focus keywords are the main keywords that a page is...

What Is An Exact Match Domain

What Is An Exact Match Domain?

Difficulty: Medium

An exact match domain (EMD) is a domain name that matches the same keywords a page is trying to rank for.

What Is Bing

What Is Bing?

Difficulty: Easy

Bing is a search engine owned and operated by Microsoft. It was launched on 3rd June 2009 and replaced Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search.

What Is DuckDuckGo

What Is DuckDuckGo?

Difficulty: Medium

DuckDuckGo is a search engine that puts emphasis on protecting people's privacy and anonymity. Unlike Google, Bing, and Yahoo, it does not...

What Is Search Intent

What Is Search Intent?

Difficulty: Medium

Search intent is the reason why someone performed a specific search and can be known as the 'why' behind a search query.

What Is Thin Content

What Is Thin Content?

Difficulty: Medium

Thin content describes content that has little to no value for users. Since the content is not helpful to users, it will result in a poor user experience.

20 Things You Should Never Google

20 Things You Should Never Google

Difficulty: Easy

Google is the largest search engine and processes over 3 billion searches a day. It has become so popular that there is even a verb 'Google', which means to look something up using the search engine Google.

What Is The HTML a Target Attribute

What Is The HTML <a> Target Attribute?

Difficulty: Medium

The HTML <a> target attribute is used to specify where to open the linked page. If no target is specified, the link will open in the same frame.

What Is Below The Fold

What Is Below The Fold?

Difficulty: Medium

Below the fold describes the lower part of a webpage that a visitor can only see by scrolling down. The term 'below the fold' comes from...