The use of unscrupulous optimisation techniques and can result in
getting sites banned from the search engines.
Unique visitors are a count of individual users who have accessed a
web site. It should be noted that the "user session" metric does not
yield an accurate unique visitor count, as multiple user sessions
can be generated by one unique visitor.
(Uniform Resource Locator)
A Web Address. URLs can specify the location of a web page, an
email address, or a file on an FTP server, among other things.
A technique used to help make web site URLs more user and search
For example removing weird query strings generated by dynamic sites.
The ease a person browsing a web page can perform or complete any
given task on a website. How user friendly a web site is.
The name of the browser/spider that is currently visiting a page.
For example, "Googlebot/2.1 (+http://www.google.com/bot.html)"
User Generated Content
Content created and published by the end-users online. USG is
comprised of videos, podcasts and posts on discussion groups, blogs,
wiki's and social media sites.
Bulletin board network featuring thousands of newsgroups.
When an internet user accesses a web site for a length of time, then
leaves. During a user session any number of pages may be accessed. A
user session is considered finished once an arbitrarily period of
inactivity, typically 30 minutes, is exceeded.