Dead Link

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Dead Link: A link which is no longer functional. Most large high quality websites have at least a few dead links in them, but the ratio of good links to dead links can be seen as a sign of information

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Dead Adverb Synonyms: completely, entirely, absolutely, totally, abruptly, suddenly
Dead Adjective Synonyms: deceased, defunct, extinct, gone, departed, late, lifeless, no more, done for, gone for a burton
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Other Words for Link

Link Noun Synonyms: connection, tie-up, tie-in, relation, relationship, association, affiliation, interdependence
Link Adjective Synonyms: tie, bond, coupling, connector, vinculum, element, constituent, component
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Link Rot

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Link Rot: A measure of how many and what percent of a website's links are broken. Links may be broken for a number of reason, but four of the most common reasons are: a website going offline, linking to content MORE

Link Reputation

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Link Reputation: The combination of your link equity and anchor text. MORE

Link Popularity

Business / Internet Marketing / Link Popularity: A measure of inbound links. Several search engines have included this factor into their algorithms, the most notable being Goggle with their trademarked pagerank. MORE

Link Partner

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Link Partner: Two sites which link to each other. Search engines usually don’t see these as high value links, because of the reciprocal nature. MORE

Link Text

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Link Text: The user visible text of a link. Search engines use anchor text to indicate the relevancy of the referring site and link to the content on the landing page. Ideally all three, link text, referring sit MORE

Linkage

Science / Biology / Linkage: The condition in which the inheritance of a specific chromosome is coupled with that of a given gene. The genes stay together during meiosis and end up in the same gamete. MORE

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