Entry Page

The page which a user enters your site. If you are buying pay per click ads it is important to send visitors to the most appropriate and targeted page associated...

Emphasis

An HTML tag used to emphasize text. Please note that it is more important that copy reads well to humans than any boost you may think you will get by...

Editorial Link

Search engines count links as votes of quality. They primarily want to count editorial links that were earned over links that were bought or bartered. Many paid links, such as...

Ethical SEO

Search engines like to paint SEO services which manipulate their relevancy algorithms as being unethical. Any particular technique is generally not typically associated with ethics, but is either effective...

Expert Document

Quality page which links to many non-affiliated topical resources. See also: Hilltop: A Search Engine based on Expert Documents

Everflux

Major search indexes are constantly updating. Google refers to this continuous refresh as everflux. In the past Google updated their index roughly once a month. Those updates were named Google...

External Link

Link which references another domain. Some people believe in link hoarding, but linking out to other related resources is a good way to help search engines understand what your site...

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Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords

Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords are essentially keywords related to the keyword that you search for on search engines such as Google. In a nutshell, they are keywords that are semantically linked to your main keyword. In practical terms, Google has confirmed that by using more LSI keywords, your page...