Business / Internet Marketing / Query: A request for information, usually to a search engine. A key word or phrase that instructs the search engine to find documents related to the user's request.

Other Words for Query

Query Verb Synonyms: question, inquiry or enquiry
Query Adjective Synonyms: ask (about), inquire or enquire (about), question, challenge, doubt, dispute

Query Refinement

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Query Refinement: Some searchers may refine their search query if they deemed the results as being irrelevant. Some search engines may aim to promote certain verticals or suggest other search queries if they deem other MORE

Structured Query Language (SQL)

Technology / Computers / Structured Query Language (SQL): (Structured Query Language) A specialized programming language for sending queries to databases. Most industrial-strength and many smaller database applications can be addressed using SQL. Each specif MORE

Mini Structured Query Language (MSQL)

Technology / Computers / Mini Structured Query Language (MSQL): A lightweight client/server database that is the popular choice for open source developers. It is designed to provide quick access to data while only requiring a small amount of memory. MORE

Concept Search

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Concept Search: A search which attempts to conceptually match results with the query, not necessarily with those words, rather their concept. For example, if a search engine understands a phrase to be related to anot MORE

Boolean Search

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Boolean Search: Many search engines allow you to perform searches that contain mathematical formulas such as AND, OR, or NOT. By default most search engines include AND with your query, requiring results to be releva MORE

Keyword Funnel

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Keyword Funnel: The relationship between various related keywords that searchers search for. Some searches are particularly well aligned with others due to spelling errors, poor search relevancy, and automated or man MORE