A page of information providing answers to the most frequently asked
The small icon you often see next to URLs in a web browser.
Wikipedia describes feed as: a web feed (or news feed) is a data
format used for providing users with frequently updated content.
Content distributors syndicate a web feed, thereby allowing
users to subscribe to it. Making a collection of web feeds
accessible in one spot is known as aggregation, which is
performed by an Internet aggregator. A web feed is also sometimes
referred to as a syndicated feed.
Software or web application which aggregates syndicated material
such as news headlines, blogs, podcasts in a single location for
FFA (Free For All)
Free for all pages are sites which allow anyone to add a link to
them. They have no value to users and are ignored or penalized by
the search engines because the outgoing links go to unrelated and
low quality websites.
A vector graphics-based animation software which allows a web
designer to embed interactive multimedia into web pages. Search
engines struggle to index and rank flash websites because flash
typically contains so little relevant content.
Those annoying animated 'shorts' you sometimes have to sit through
upon opening a site.
Fresh content does not mean re-editing old content. It more often
refers to creating new content. The primary advantage of fresh
content is search engines love it. But keeping a website dynamic
with fresh content ensures people will revisit your site.
Separate web pages are combined into one, each potentially with its
Frames are bad for SEO because spiders can fail to correctly
Users donít like them because itís difficult to bookmark framed
FTP (File Transfer
FTP is used to transfer data from one computer to another over the
Internet, or through a network.
Search which will find matching terms when terms are misspelled (or
Fuzzy search technology is similar to stemming technology, with the
exception that fuzzy search corrects the misspellings at the users
end and stemming searches for other versions of the same core word
within the index.