When you’re handling many digital files on a daily basis, DAM may come in handy. This process helps you store and categorize your digital assets easier, so that you can access them at any time from one place.
A free tool from Google that lets users make custom reports with data from Google’s marketing services and external sources.
The total amount of outbound traffic from a website*, typically measured in gigabytes (Gb).
Using graphics in order to visualise data points more effectively. Infographics, charts, and maps are effective data visualisation options, but you can be as creative as you like.
A display ad technology that creates personalised ads based on data about the viewer at the moment of ad serving.
An IP address dedicated to a single website.
A link to a webpage which is not the site’s homepage. It might instead go to specific related content, such as campaign landing page or blog post.
(see invisible Web)
An HTML tag used by Web page authors to provide a description for search engine listings.
Cutting out the middle man in a transaction chain. This means going straight from supplier to consumer.
A unified technology platform used for collecting, organising, and activating large sets of data from different sources.
The scheme used to resolve domain names
A link to another website with a rel=”follow” HTML attribute. This means that these links pass authority and therefore have a positive impact on a website’s search engine rankings.
A score (developed by Moz) between 1 and 100 and given to a website based on how much authority it carries. The higher the better. This score is worked out based on elements such as the number and quality of backlinks.
The part of a network address that identifies it as belonging to a particular company or organisation. No two websites can have the same domain name. For example, in the web address https://www.koozai.com/case-studies/ the domain name is ‘koozai.com.’
A domain used specifically to rank well in search engines for particular keywords, serving as an entry point through which visitors pass to the main domain.
A page made specifically to rank well in search engines for particular keywords, serving as an entry point through which visitors pass to the main content
Is a lead nurturing method that uses automated tailored content & triggers that are ‘dripped’ at a specific time with the goal of driving a desired action (e.g.: a sale). Drip campaigns or drip emails are usually used here.
A system that allows buyers of digital advertising inventory to manage multiple ad exchanges and data exchange accounts through one interface.
Content which Google sees as the same or very nearly the same appearing on multiple webpages.
Intelligent web content that changes depending on a user’s actions, including their site behaviour, user data and characteristics.