SEO/Internet Marketing Terms Out the Wazoo

I was speaking today with Elizabeth Blair, a fellow SEO specialist and American Advertising Federation member, at a seminar that my company, NetSource Technologies, was sponsoring.  She had just wrapped up her presentation and we were discussing the content she had provided.  Elizabeth mentioned to me (I’m paraphrasing) “I hope I wasn’t talking too fast, but I feel it is important to mention alot of the terms that are important to know so if I didn’t give enough detail, they will be curious enough to seek the information out on their own.”

True, it is hard to convey the essence of SEO as it appeals to a business owner in the span of 1 hour, let alone regular posting I do on the topic in this blog.  There is just a ton of stuff out their to cover and only so much time to get to it all.

So, to borrow an idea from Elizabeth, I thought I’d just throw out a list of SEO and internet marketing terms that I have either already covered or have yet to cover in this blog in hopes someone will see a term that makes them go “I don’t want to wait for your next blog posting to tell me about this term – I’ll Google it or call your phone number listed on this blog instead.”

So, here is my out-the-wazoo spew of SEO and internet marketing terms that comes immediately to mind (it’s past my bedtime, so I’m sure I’ll miss a few):

blog, search engine optimization, pay-per-click, adwords, social media, social networking, social network, web 2.0, twitter, facebook, myspace, rss, rss feed, rss syndication, rss reader, technorati, stumbleupon, feedburner, podcast, rankings, cost per click, click thru rate, youtube, vimeo, bliptv, google video, blogger, wordpress, webstats, analytics, conversions, link relevancy, relevant content, keywords, keyword density, meta tags, meta description, meta data, prweb, prleap, lead generation, del.icio.us, Digg, white paper, white hat seo, black hat seo, webinar, webex, linkbait, search engine index, afiliate marketing, alt tag, google page rank, link building, reciprocal links, organical rankings, natural rankings, landing page, url, serp, seo, sem, bot, search engine spider, title tag, h1 tag, cloaking, dmoz, directory site, portal website, keyword phrase, keyword stuffing, site map, link farm, robots.txt, outbound links, inbournd links, above the fold, Alexa, back link, targeting, duplicate content, css, html, dynamic content, whois, domain tools, wordtracker, doorway page, entry page, enewsletter, email marketing, blast emails, google base, redirects, link popularity, link rot, spamming, trackback, linkedin, flickr, domain name registration, url rewriting

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2 comments so far

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  2. martinlock on

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