Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Technology / Computers / Search Engine Optimization (SEO): SEO is a process of arranging a web site's content to obtain high rankings in various search engines (both the site and individual pages), and includes tailoring on-page text (such as headlines and subtitles) as well as choosing the proper keywords for a page's meta tags.

Other Words for Engine

Engine Adjective Synonyms: motor, machine, mechanism, appliance, apparatus, locomotive
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Other Words for Search

Search Adjective Synonyms: hunt, pursuit, quest
Search Verb Synonyms: researching, analysis, exploration, examination, scrutiny, probe, study, perusal, sifting, inspection, scouring, inquiry or enquiry
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Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Business / Internet Marketing / Search Engine Marketing (SEM): The process of building and marketing a site with the goal of improving its position in search engine results. SEM includes both search engine optimization (SEO) and pay per click advertising (PPC), a MORE

Search

Life Style / Adoption / Search: An attempt, usually by birthparent, adopted person or adoptive parent (but sometimes by volunteers or paid consultants) to make a connection between the birthparent and the biological child. MORE

Rotary Engine

Technology / Aviation / Rotary Engine: A powerplant that rotates on a stationary propeller shaft. An American invention by Adams-Farwell Co (1896), it was first used for buses and trucks in the US (1903), then copied by French engineers fo MORE

Research Portable

Business / Finance / Research Portable: Service offered to clients that transmits investment bank research electronically by computers. MORE

Search Advertising

Business / Internet Marketing / Search Advertising: An advertiser pays for the chance to have their ad display when a user searches for a given keyword. These are usually text ads, which are displayed above or to the right of the algorithmic (organic) MORE

Search Costs

Business / Finance / Search Costs: Costs associated with locating a counterparty to a trade, including explicit costs (such as advertising) and implicit costs (such as the value of time). Related: Information costs. MORE

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