An advert, predominantly used on the search network, which contains text only.
Data that’s collected from other reliable sources, such as the ONS (Office for National Statistics), PHE (Public Health England), or Statista.
HTML tag used to define the text in the top line of a Web browser, also used by many search engines as the title of search listings.
The highest level in the domain architecture – i.e. in the domain name www.example.com, the top-level domain is .com
Top 10 in digital marketing refers to being in the top 10 of the Google SERPs – in most cases (depending on how many ads are running), this usually means you’re on the first page.
Top of the funnel, sometimes referred to as TOFU, is the top and widest part of the marketing (or buying) funnel. This where you want to try and gain the attention of as many prospective customers as possible with optimised, relevant, and interesting content.
A snippet of HTML code on a website that is used to track data such as user behaviour and conversions.
Traffic is a way of measuring how a website is performing – the more traffic a website gets, the more visitors it has.
Also known as deceptive banners, these are banner ads which some sites use to imitate important software or system messages to encourage click through. We don’t recommend using trick banners as they’re spammy and don’t encourage audience trust.
The same as an affiliate program, but instead of attempting to get sales for a company, they’re trying to convince other influencers to join the affiliate program and become a brand ambassador themselves.