SEO JARGON BUSTER: 137 essential SEO terms every blogger should know!
Want to understand SEO better but confused by the terminology? Then you need my SEO JARGON BUSTER! In this free printable, I explain 137 essential SEO terms every blogger should know – everything from Keyword Cannibalisation to Canonicals, H tags to Panda, and a whole lot more!
Wish you understood SEO better?
Do you wish you understood Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) better, but the terminology makes your head hurt? SEO is full of jargon, which makes it hard to understand and learn more about it. Enter my SEO JARGON BUSTER! This FREE download is a printable A-Z of all the most common SEO terms you need to know.
FREE SEO Jargon Buster for bloggers
My SEO JARGON BUSTER is designed especially for bloggers who want to learn more about SEO and grow their search engine traffic. It contains 137 essential SEO terms in a PDF you can download and print off – to keep as a handy reference for when you are reading articles or watching webinars about SEO.
Examples of SEO Jargon explained…
Here are a few examples from my SEO JARGON BUSTER…
Authority – a way of describing the credibility and popularity of a website. High authority websites perform better in search results than low authority websites. Authority is derived primarily from the quality and quantity of backlinks from other websites.
Black hat SEO – the name for all shady SEO practices that try and trick or manipulate search engine algorithms, such as keyword stuffing or buying links. Avoid all black hat practices as, even if they work in the short-term, in the long run they will hurt your rankings, and may even get your website banned from search engines!
Crawl budget – the number of pages Google crawls on your site per day. Your crawl budget is influenced by a number of factors including the size of your site, how many crawl errors Google encounters on your site and the number of links to your site.
De-indexed – If a website has been de-indexed, this means it has been removed from a search engine’s database. This is most likely to be because the website has done something that is against the search engine’s guidelines. For example, the website owner may have used black hat SEO tactics.
EAT (Experience, Authority, Trustworthiness) – a term which appears in Google’s Quality Rater Guidelines. EAT are important factors which Google uses to evaluate the quality of a website. A website showing experience, authority and trustworthiness will rank better in Google’s search results. This is particularly important for websites giving health and financial advice (YMYL websites).
(N.B. all the words in italics are SEO terms which also have an explanation in my jargon buster)
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