Home Page

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Home Page: The main page on your website, which is largely responsible for helping develop your brand and setting up the navigational schemes that will be used to help users and search engines navigate your website. As far as SEO goes, a home page is typically going to be one of the easier pages to rank for some of your more competitive terms, largely because it is easy to build links at a home page. You should ensure your homepage stays focused and reinforces your brand though, and do not assume that most of your visitors will come to your site via the home page. If your site is well structured many pages on your site will likely be far more popular and rank better than your home page for relevant queries.

Other Words for Home

Home Adjective Synonyms: dwelling-place, residence, domicile, abode, dwelling, house, (living) quarters, habitation, lodging(s), accommodation or accommodations, place, digs, diggings
Home Noun Synonyms: (home) base, residency, territory, haunt, home ground, bailiwick, stamping-ground
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Other Words for Page

Page Verb Synonyms: announce, summon (forth), send for or after, call, call for, call out
Page Noun Synonyms: leaf, folio, side, sheet, verso or recto
Page Adjective Synonyms: paginate, folio, number
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Splash Page

Business / Internet Marketing / Splash Page: A bridge page between a banner advertisement and an advertiser's Web site that provides product information and hotlinks. Splash pages are replacing many home pages -- particularly on sites more invol MORE

Page

Business / Internet Marketing / Page: All Web sites are a collection of electronic 'pages.' Each Web page is a document formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that contains text, images or media objects such as realaudio player fil MORE

Manufactured Home

Business / Real Estate / Manufactured Home: A structure (transportable in one or more sections) when in the traveling mode, is eight body feet or more in width, or 40 body feet or more in length, or, when erected on site, is 320 or more square MORE

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