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XML Sitemap:
An XML file submitted to Search Engines (Such as google/yahoo) by developers in order to facilitate and optimize the web-crawling process done by the Search Engines, for the benefit of both the developer and Search Engine. These do not include any 303 redirects or 404 error pages.

ALT TAGS:
These are analyzed by web-crawlers. “alt” in alt tags means Alternative Text.

SLUG:
The end piece of the URL.
Ex: www.somewebsite.com/this-is-the-slug

Keyword: Words spread across an HTML file that specify the main purpose of a page. These keywords are ranked by a Search Engine.

Free Traffic: Traffic of your webpage received as a result of a good SEO implementation.

Target Keywords: Main Keywords that you want your webpage to use in order to have the best possible SEO, used by Search Engines.

Plagarism: Do not plagirize. Google will know, and you will get penalized by Search Engines if they spot some dort of plagiarism.

Key Word Stuffing: I you include your target keywords too much in your webpage content, Search Engines can detect this and will penalize you SEO as a result.

Link Rot:
Dead Dangling links. You want to get rid of these ASAP.

Lead Page: The lead page redirects the user to another page with an offer, after the user has signed up in a form in the lead page.
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A reader sends a URL that causes the AOLserver to use CGI to run a program. The AOLserver passes input from the reader to the program and output from the program back to the reader. CGI acts as a “gateway” between the AOLserver and the program you write.
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