Dictionary or Glossary in Blogger

December 7, 2010 | 05:38

When we're blogging or surfing the web, we often come across terms that we do not understand where the term is used in the blogosphere (BlogSphere). For that is available under the terms or can be regarded as a dictionary in the world of blogs, for my friend who wants to know these terms, please see below.

A-List: A list bloggers who have blogs with high traffic and well known in the blogging world. Usually refers to the list of 100 Technorati Blog.

Adsense: The network's most popular online advertising on the internet. Adsense is owned by Google and provide the opportunity for bloggers to monetize their blogs by displaying contextual ads on their blogs. Every time someone clicks on text ads Google Adsense, then the blog owner will get a commission.

Adwords: The opposite of Adsense. Adwords allows businesses or individuals to advertise and promote products, services or their sites based on the calculation of cost per click (CPC). An advertiser must specify the keywords you want dibidiknya and what price he could give to every click. Adwords ads can appear on Google search results page or on the Adsense ad units on your site or blog that followed the Adsense program.

Affiliate Marketing: Also called an affiliate, is a very popular way to get money from the internet where an owner's affiliate program allowing others to market products or services in exchange for a commission. The Commission can be fixed or changeable, and can be based on clicks, leads or sales that occur.

Akismet: Spam filter plugin for WordPress blog platform that is very popular. Created by the same company that makes the code of WordPress, Automattic.

Alexa: An online company (owned by Amazon.com), which monitors traffic of all sites on the Internet. Ranking system used is based on statistical data from the Internet user's browser toolbar. Later they changed the ranking algorithm is to eliminate bias toolbar that many profitable sites stubs technology. The lower the Alexa ranking, the higher the trafficnya. Nevertheless there is some controversy about the accuracy of this Alexa ranking.

Anchor Text: The text used in the back links. Most experts search engine optimization (SEO) agreed that the anchor text is one important factor that influences the position of the ranking of a website or blog in search results.

Atom: A feed syndication format that was developed as an alternative to RSS. Atom allows one to get updates an article from a website or blog when there are new posts.

Automattic: The company founded by Matt Mullenweg and responsible for the development of WordPress.org (blogging software) and WordPress (hosting) in addition to other projects.

Backlink: hyperlink that appears on blogs or other sites and link on the main page or another page in a blog or website. Backlink is important because Google and other search engines use the number and quality of backlinks as a measure of the level
trust a blog or website.

Blackhat: Incorporating SEO and online marketing techniques that are often unethical and sometimes illegal purpose. Hiding text behind a picture or use doorway pages to re-direct is an example of blackhat techniques.

Blog: A new type of site where the owners publish thoughts, ideas or knowledge about a particular topic. Usually the contents of the article, called posts, and prepared based on chronological order. Originally appeared as an online diary blogs, but now blogs cover a variety of niche topics, and compete
tight with most of the mass media.

Blog Carnival: An event when bloggers come together to to create a collection of articles about a particular topic. Blog carnival usually consists of only one blog with a number of blogs that participate send an article.

Blogger: Someone who has a blog. Blogger is also a commercial name and hosting free blog platform owned by Google (which is better known by the name extension Blogspot).

Blogging: Activities to write something in the blog. It could also mean wider activities undertaken by a blogger (for example, interact with readers, prepare the material content, etc.).

Bloglines: RSS Feed Reader One of the most popular. Bloglines is a web-based application that allows users to subscribe to and manage RSS feeds.

Blogosphere: The term used to describe the world that was created by a network of blogs.

Blogroll: Features a very popular blog that allows blog owners display a list of other blogs are ecommended. This feature is usually displayed in the sidebar. But today more and a little blog featuring the blogroll.

Comments: Almost all blog platforms allow readers to comment and leave feedback on every page of a blog post articles. This feature is what makes a blog into a media direct conversation and has become one of the key success factors in the world of internet blogs.

Comment spam: Comments that are written solely to get backlinks and traffic flow is expected to give visitors to the blog party who wrote the comment spam.

Compete: The company web analysts, like Alexa, which monitors and estimates the amount of traffic your site or blog.

CPC: Short for cost-per-click, and it represents a form of online advertising where the advertiser (advertiser) to give some money to every visitor who clicks on his ads and visit websites or pages selling products. On the other hand, there are ad publisher (publisher), which displays the CPC ads on your site or blog and earn money for every click a visitor site or blog. The most popular CPC advertising networks are Google Adwords.

CPA: Short for cost-per-action, and he represents some form of online advertising where the advertiser (advertiser) will pay when a site visitor action (eg when they subscribe to news letter or buy a particular product). Most affiliate programs use the CPA scheme.

CPM: Acronym for cost-per mille, which mille means 1000 in Latin. CPM, thus means the price per 1000 impressions, and it represents a form of online advertising where the advertiser (advertiser) will pay a certain price when the ad banners or other advertisements they displayed every 1000 times in
a site or blog.

CSS: Short for Cascading Style Sheets, and is the programming language used to create wes pages written in HTML or XHTML code. The advantages of CSS is it allows you to control display of web pages simultaneously from the same location (CSS files).

Digg: The most famous social bookmarking sites in the world. Digg is basically a site that lived by its users, where members of the Digg community vote on an article that will appear on the front page of the site. For most site owners, appeared on the front page of Digg is a pride. He could give thousands of visitors in just over a day. Nevertheless, there is controversy on the quality of visitor traffic coming from Digg because visitors rarely come back again and rarely click on ads.

Domain: Also known as domain name or the name of the domain hosting, is the name of your site or blog listed in the Internet world. Example domain names are Yahoo.com.

Duplicate content: Content duplication results (usually a text / article) on a website or blog. Search engines (eg Google Search Engine) tends to penalize your site or blog with duplicate content.

Favicon: Shorthand for "Favorite Icon", is an icon associated with the logo of a website or blog and will appear in the browser or the bookmark. Favicon is intended to facilitate identifying a site or blog.

Feed: Also known as web feeds or news feeds, is a data format used in the Internet world to enable users to get updates an article from their favorite sites or blogs. There are two main types of format feeds: RSS and Atom Feeds

Feed Count: Usually refers to the widget from FeedBurner that serves to report the number of RSS subscribers to a website or blog.

FeedBurner: An online company owned by Google that provides RSS Feeds. FeedBurner is a free service that provides RSS feeds with various interesting features, and allows site owners to collect statistical data or blog site or blog RSS feeds.

FTP: Short for File Transfer Protocol. FTP is a network protocol used to transfer data from one computer to another. If you use the service hosting company, you need FTP to transfer files to your site from your computer to the hosting company's server.

Google Analytics: A free service from Google that gives site owners a range of information and statistical data on the amount of traffic and visitors to the site. Google Analytics also known as one of the most trusted web services (other services such as Webalizer or AWStats tend to overestimate the number by entering a non-human traffic into the resulting data.)

Google Reader: RSS Reader is the world's most popular on the internet. Google Reader is a web-based application that allows its users to subscribe to and manage RSS feeds specific sites or blogs. Because so popular, many sites that display a special badge for Google Reader readers can subscribe to RSS feeds through Google Reader.

Hotlinking: Also known as inline link and bandwidth theft, hotlinking refers to the practice of using a certain object (often an image) from one site to another site. Although this practice was originally a part of the world's great design web, but lately people tend to associate with the practice of abuse. When you do hotlinking an image that is on another site, for example, you have to "steal" bandwidth to the site and most likely also have violated the copyright.

Linkbait: All kinds of content (articles, tools, quizzes, videos, pictures) created with the primary goal to attract links to relevant sites. The quantity and quality of backlinks is one factor behind the Google search engine algorithm, which is why people really notice. There's even an online marketer
specializing create linkbait way of promotion.

Movable Type: Software blogging created by Six Apart. In 2007 Movable Type becomes free blogging service (issued under the provisions of the GPL or General Public License).

Meta tags: Meta tags are HTML codes that exist in the pages of a site. Unlike other HTML tags, meta tags do not appear on post pages, so that most visitors never see it. Meta tags are different have different functions, but in general it is used to provide additional information regarding the condition of a web page to search engine robots.

Niche: In the jargon of the Internet world, a niche refers to a particular topic or subject. Most sites include one or more niche. Examples of such niche is sports, gossip, humor and finance. Some niche is considered more popular and profitable than others.

Nofollow: Also referred to as the nofollow tag is a tag that is inserted in the link code that serves to instruct search engine robots so that they do not follow the relevant links, and therefore do not regard it as a real link. Google and other search engines recommend that all paid links use nofollow tags.

PageRank: Google PageRank is also often called, is a metric system used by Google to assess the level of trust a site. Google PageRank has a value from 0 to 10 scale, where 10 is the highest level of trust you can get. There is a complex algorithm behind PageRank scale, but the most important factor influencing the quantity and quality of backlinks a site or blog. PageRank value (which can be viewed using the Google Toolbar) is updated every every three months.

Page Views: Also called impression. Every time Internet users open a particular web page, one page view will be counted. An Internet user, for example, can get sejumalh page views during the visit a site. Popular sites can get millions of page views every month.
PHP: Hypertext Processor Programming Short, is a programming language designed for creating web pages that move. Many sites (such as Digg.com) was built using PHP, as do some blog platforms (eg WordPress). If you are a blogger or web master, there is most likely you will be using PHP.

Pillar article: A term first coined by Yaro Starak, to refer to a long article and structured, containing information or a useful reference source, published on the blog. This article is very important pillar to build authority and attract visitor traffic to your blog. The two factors above come from other bloggers who benefit from pillar articles and links to articles linking the pillar.

Ping: A computer network tool used to test whether a computer or hosting can be opened on the internet. In the jargon of the world's bloggers and Web master, ping means the act of sending messages to a server network to inform you that you have to update your blog or website. Every time you publish a new article post, for example, you can ping the search engines to inform the update that you do.

Pingback: A network tool used to notify a site when someone linked a link or reference to such sites. Most blogging platforms automatically record the pingback. That is, when someone linked a link to an article you wrote, its link will appear in the blog comments You.
Pligg: An open source software that allows users to create social bookmarking site on the site. The most famous site that uses Pligg is Sphinn.com software.

WordPress Plugin: special codes created with the aim to develop a software capability, in this case is WordPress. There are thousands of WordPress plugins that have been made, with very diverse functions.

Pro Blogger: The term for a professional bloggers who make money through blogging and live off the income that he received from blogging activities.

RSS: Short for Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a format used to transmit information from a site and which pages are updated regularly. An RSS document (which is called feed) contains a summary or the entire content of a site. The biggest advantage to using RSS is to allow visitors a site to keep in touch with their favorite sites without having to visit them online. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, you will automatically receive updates when the site's content relevant sites publish new content.

Scraper: A person who copy content from other sources (either sites or blogs) and publish it on their own blogs, with or without giving credit link, and without asking permission from the original author. Scraper can be done manually or automatic and usually use a tool scraping RSS feeds. Scraper is clearly a violation of copyright.

Splog: Blogs are only used to publish content spam. Splogs usually contains text copied from other sources, combined with links to sites of illegal drugs, alcohol and gambling.

SEO: Acronym for search engine optmization. SEO involves a number of activities aimed to improve the ranking of a site in the search results page the search engines (especially Google). There are two types of activities undertaken, namely: on-page optimization, ie optimizing the use of tags and content of a site, and off-page optimization, ie optimizing the external factors such as the number and quality of backlinks, promotion techniques, and others.

SERP: Short for search engine results page. When you search for a keyword through Google search engine, you'll get 10 pages of search results that match the keywords you are looking for. Pages that called SERP.

Social Bookmarking: Also called social aggregators or community bookmarking. Social Bookmarking is a site that allows users to find, deliver, distribute and vote on an article from the Internet. The most popular social bookmarking sites are Digg.com, Reddit.com, StumbleUpon.com and del.icio.us.

Social Media: A general term used to define the sites and web applications where there is an element of social interaction in it (in the form of text, images, sound, video or a combination of these). Examples of social media sites are blogs, online forums, social networks, Wikipedia and others.

Social Networks: In the Internet world, this term refers to a number of sites and applications, where the goal is to allow users who have a similar interests to connect, interact and share. Examples of popular social network sites are MySpace.com and LinkedIn.com.

StumbleUpon: popular social bookmarking site that aims to enable its users to find new sites and interesting. StumbleUpon works by using a browser toolbar that allows users to vote and clicks the "Stumble!" Which will feature a number of sites or pages based on user choice and what the vote by other users.

Subscriber: Visitors sites or blogs that subscribe to the RSS feeds of a site or subscribe via email. When the site is updated with new content, customers will receive the content via RSS Reader or email. The web masters and bloggers were very concerned about the number of RSS subscribers because he represents the number of loyal readers and constant traffic of visitors.

Tag: Almost the same with categories, tags are used to classify an article atupun content within a site. Tags are more flexible than categories and are usually used in a way more specific. One article or post is usually given a large category and many tags in it.

Technorati: blog search engine service, which provides tracking information on the blog, links and posts from around the world. Very popular though in recent years began to lose attention. One of its most famous is the Technorati Top 100 list, which ranks 100th in the world's most popular blogs based on the number of links from other blogs.

Twitter: A social networking and microblogging service that is now very popular. Twitter users can "follow" other users to get the latest news updates from them. Each update may only contain 140 characters, with or without a hyperlink.

Text Link Ads: A form of online advertising where the advertiser to buy a link on another site with a text that he chose himself, and usually without the nofollow tag. This practice is very popular until then Google began to penalize sites that sell or buy text links in order to improve search engine results.

Trackback: A networking tool, similar to the pingback, which is used to give information to a site when someone linked a link to that site.

Unique visitors: Unique visitors is the number of human visitors who go to a site within a certain period, say 3 people visiting a blog on the same day, 2 people come here twice and each opening 5 page blog. So on the day, this blog has 3 unique visitors, 5 total visitors, and 15 page views.

Viral Content: Content that spreads very rapidly in the Internet world, like the flu virus in real life. Content itself can be articles, pictures, or video, but it must be very funny, controversial or very useful so that people feel the need to write about it. or tell a friend about it.

WordPress: The most popular blogging software in the world of the Internet, created by a company called Automattic. WordPress gained popularity mainly due to a very active community support. There are thousands of people who provide
free templates, plugins and support for project development WordPress.

URL: Short for Uniform Resource Locator. URL includes a domain name and the protocol used. An example URL is http://www.namadomain.com.

Viral Marketing: A marketing technique to disseminate information quickly by using the means of email, blogs and word of mouth. Many social media sites and social bookmarking sites are also used as a means of viral marketing.

XML: Short for Extensible Markup Language, is a simple text format and very flexible which is derived from SGML, and is used to facilitate information syndicated using RSS technology.
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