W3C – Pending
Web – Pending
Web Analytics – Pending
Web CEO – Pending
Web Crawler – Also known as Spider or Robot, a crawler is a search engine program that “crawls” the web, collecting data, following links, making copies of new and updated sites, and storing URLs in the search engine’s Index. This allows search engines to provide faster and more up-to-date listings.
Examples of ‘good’ spiders are Googlebot, MSNbot and Yahoo Slurp, which search the web for pages to place in their respective search indexes. ‘Bad’ spiders are those that search for vulnerabilities in server configurations, web content to steal, etc.
Many non-traditional search companies have different spiders which perform other functions. For example, TurnItInBot searches for plagiarism. Spiders should obey the robot.txt protocol.
White-Hat Tactics – Pending
Wiki – Pending
Wikipedia – Pending
WordPress – Pending
WYSIWYG – Pending
- Software installed on the Internet user’s computer that allows him or her to view web pages. Popular web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
- Also known as a ‘web robot’ or ‘web spider’, it is a program or automated script which browses the World Wide Web in a methodical, automated manner. 
- Web standards are widely adopted guidelines for CSS, XHTML etc. Web standards help ensure that web sites are accessible on a wide variety of platforms and to a wide range of users including users with disabilities.
- Web2.0 refers to the new generation of web based services and communities characterised by participation, collaboration and sharing of information among users online.
Web2.0 applications include wikis, folksonomies, blogs and social networking sites which encourage user-generated content (USG) and social interaction online.
- A weblog, or blog is an online journal. Weblogs are something of a phenomenon and have become increasing mainstream. Blog search engine Technorati listed 71 million weblogs as of May 2007.
Weblog authors choose whether to blog openly or anonymously. Weblog entries are made regularly and chronologically but are displayed in reverse chronological order. The range of topics covered is endless. Some weblogs focus on a particular subject like travel, fashion, or astrology while others are personal online diaries.
Weblogs typically are made up of posts, images, videos, comments and links.
Popular blogging platforms include: Blogger, WordPress, Typepad, LiveJournal and Dreamhost
- Ethical SEO approved by the search engines. (ComWel and 1300SEONOW only use White Hat SEO)
- Launched in January 2001, by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger, Wikipedia is now the largest and fastest growing encyclopedia online. In fact it is one of the world’s ten most visited websites.
As of September 2007 the English Edition of Wikipedia had a massive 2 million articles and 609 million words, making it around 15 times the size of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
The site has more than 100 servers set up to deal with the 10,000 – 35,000 page requests every second.
Wikipedia is multilingual and is currently available in 253 languages. Operated by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization, it is a collaboratively written by volunteers around the world.
Contributing to Wikipedia:
* Is a peer-reviewed publication.
* Does not require contributors legal names
* Requires contributions are supported by published and verifiable sources.
Due to its open nature, Wikipedia has been criticized as an easy target for trolls, vandals, internet marketers, advertisers, and even those with a political agenda to push. However studies have shown that vandalism is usually short-lived and that generally the site is as accurate as other encyclopedias.
For More: www.wikipedia.org
- WordPress is an excellent open-source web publishing system or content management system. Created primarily as blogging software, WordPress is written in PHP and backed by a MySQL database, it is ideal for managing content that is frequently updated.
Distributed under the GNU General Public License the latest version, WordPress 2.2.3, was released on Sept 8, 2007.
WordPress is described as a “state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability” by its creators.
* Integrated link management
* Plugin support
* Search friendly permalink structure
* Static Pages
* Typographic filters
* Nested categories
* Multiple authors
For More: www.wordpress.org
- Wordtracker is a popular keyword research tool established by Andy Mindel and Mike Mindel in 1997.
It is designed to assist search marketing professionals and webmasters in identifying important keywords and phrases relevant to their website. It provides detailed information on the number of searches, predicted number of daily searches, competing pages and KEI data. Information can be broken down by search engine.
Search terms are collected from – Dogpile and Metacrawler which represent around 1% of searches online. Due to its relatively small sample size Wordtracker is vulnerable to competitor spamming, and errors in the database can be magnified. Some terms can appear to be more popular than they really are and others will be omitted all together.
For more: Wordtracker.com