Web browsers are what we use to access or ‘browse’ the internet. For example, Google Chrome, Safari, Bing, FireFox are all examples of web browsers.
Web design is essentially creating everything needed to build, launch, and run a website. This can encompass a huge variety of skills and requirements, just some of which being graphic design for web, coding and software, user experience and SEO. Web design as a whole will include different expertise across different teams, it’s not a one person job!
A list of categorised websites with contact details.
the business of providing the storage, connectivity, and services necessary to serve files for a website.
An online seminar where the host can present to anyone in the world over the internet.
Someone who is responsible for a website. They could be a developer, an admin, the website owner and more.
How many visitors your website receives. This can then be compared year or year, quarter on quarter or seasonally.
Ethical and professional SEO techniques that reflect ‘best practice’ marketing efforts.
An in-depth guide or report that focuses on educating the reader a specific topic. They can also look to present a problem and offer a solution.
a utility that returns ownership information about second-level domains.
A wireframe is effectively a blueprint of a website. Wireframes are a visual representation of where content elements will sit on a specific page of a website.
When a brand relies on people talking to their friends and family about it in a positive manner.