SEO Glossary Terms: T

This SEO glossary page lists SEO terms related to article writing starting with letter T.

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  • Tagging

Important elements of tagging a web site are HTML tags such as title tags, heading tags, body tags, meta tags, and the alt tag. Additionally, important HTML tags for formatting are the tag or tag.

Today, the term tagging doesn’t refer only to the tags you’ve placed in your web site’s HTML, but also to a phenomenon called social bookmarking or, in article writing. When creating web pages based on article writing, tagging is carried out to perform functions such as aiding in classification or categorization for search engines to catalog the tagged web pages according to the keywords (tags) used to describe the content on a web page.

  • Tags

In information and communication technology or information systems, tags are keywords or words (terms) used to describe a piece of information or item, such as computer file, web page, image or bookmark. Tags help these items to be found by browsing or searching. Article writers and search engine optimizers use tags to describe the web pages they’ve created so that they could properly categorized by search engines and found on the web.

  • Target audience

Target audience is the group of people you are trying to reach through your online marketing efforts. target audiences are often characterized by demographics (for example, age, nationality, or specific interests). >> more about target audiences

  • Targeting

The most used types of targeting are contextual targeting, demographic targeting and behavioral targeting.

Contextual targeting is the practice of placing ads in a specific setting based on the elements surrounding the ad.

Demographic targeting is a method of reaching a narrower, but more qualified, group of potential customers or visitors who are likely to act on your web site.

Behavioral targeting is the practice of serving ads based on their searches and web-surfing habits.

  • Technorati

Technorati is a specialized search engine focused on blogs (it indexes only blogs). In 2009, Technorati decided to stop indexing blogs and sites in languages other than English and focus only on the English-language blogosphere.

  • Text Link Ad

A text link ad is an advertisement in the form of a text link. The text link ad may appear on a blog or website linking to a specific page on another site. The publisher (article writer or web owner who included the link) gets paid by an advertiser who is trying to drive traffic to the linked page. However, there were reports on Google penalties (including a drop in Google search rankings or elimination from Google search results) for using text ad links.

  • Threshold

In Google AdSense and other earning programs, a threshold is the amount you have to earn before payout.

  • Traffic

On the Internet, traffic is a term for the number of users visiting web sites.

  • Traffic Estimator

Traffic Estimator is a feature in Google AdWords – Keyword Suggestion tool which can be used to predict advertising performance before the beginning of an ad campaign. It shows search volume, average CPC for search advertising in the Google network.

  • Trellian Keyword Discovery Tool

The Trellian Keyword Discovery Tool is a fee-based keyword tool. It can help you with keyword research, spelling mistake research, seasonal search trends, keyword density analysis and many other useful features.

  • TrustRank

TrustRank is a link analysis technique for semi-automatically separating useful web pages from spam, or high-authority and trustworthy web sites from less trustworthy web pages.

  • Twitter

Twitter is a San Francisco-based online social networking and micro-blogging service that enables users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters, known as ‘tweets’. It is ranked as one of the ten-most-visited websites worldwide according to Alexa web site statistics. One research showed that 40% of tweet content was pointless babble, 38% conversational, 9% pass-along value, 6% self-promotion, 4% spam and 4% news (Pear Analytics; source:

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