Link Rot

A measure of how many and what percent of a website's links are broken. Links may broken for a number of reason, but four of the most common reasons are: a...

Landing Page

The page on which a visitor arrives after clicking on a link or advertisement.

Long Tail

Phrase describing how for any category of product being sold there is much more aggregate demand for the non-hits than there is for the hits. How does the long tail...

Link Bursts

A rapid increase in the quantity of links pointing at a website. When links occur naturally they generally develop over time. In some cases it may make sense that popular...
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Inbound Marketing Glossary: L

Landing Page The page on which a visitor arrives after clicking on a link or advertisement. Landing Page Quality Scores A measure used by Google to help filter noisy ads out of...

Link Baiting

The art of targeting, creating, and formatting information that provokes the target audience to point high quality links at your site. Many link baiting techniques are targeted at social...

Log Files

Server files which show you what your leading sources of traffic are and what people are search for to find your website. Log files do not typically show as much...

Link Popularity

The number of links pointing at a website. For competitive search queries link quality counts much more than link quantity. Google typically shows a smaller sample of known linkage data...

Link

A citation from one web document to another web document or another position in the same document. Most major search engines consider links as a vote of trust.

LSI

Latent Semantic Indexing is a way for search systems to mathematically understanding and representing language based on the similarity of pages and keyword co-occurance. A relevant result may not...

Live.com

New search platform provided by Microsoft. See also: Live.com

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