It’s the feed which gathers & displays links to new content and articles from sites so that users are consistently updated on the areas that are of interest to them. Using RSS feeds requires an RSS Reader, like Feedly.
A digital marketing strategy which targets ads to the users who have visited a business’s site and then left. The objective is to draw them back with specific ads that are focused on website content that they have previously viewed.
This may also be referred to as an option button. It allows users to opt for either one or multiple options. Some common radio buttons include age ranges, yes/no questions etc. This button is very different from checkboxes that can accept more than one checked items at the same time.
A text file that’s included on a site; it directs search engines to include/exclude certain pages from their indexes. These can be submitted manually to various search engines to ensure that only the latest version is followed no matter what the “crawl cycle” is.
Responsive design is used by high-quality websites on the Internet. With reference to website design, it is the practice of enabling a site to recognize & automatically adapt to displays on which it’s being viewed. This technology uses media queries, flexible images, and fluid grids to embrace the changes that take place on the web. This ensures your site is optimized regardless of the device that visitors are using. This helps improve the user experience. The typical landscape/horizontal view of a responsive site on a desktop PC will appear differently which is better suited for a vertically oriented/portrait style mobile phone or tablet screen. Today, all sites are gearing towards responsive design.
Links that come from other sites, tracked emails, social media, and promotion as well as branding campaign links.
It’s an internet advertising term for web page ads that use advanced technology including ads that change when users pass their mouse over it; streaming video, and downloaded applet s (programs) which interact instantly with users.
The ratio of profits/losses to the total amount invested.