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  1. Types of web hosting services are: 1. Managed Hosting - In managed hosting, the service provider owns and operates servers leased to a customer. The provider is responsible for server management, backup services, software maintenance, security, technical support and more. Rackspace is an example of a managed hosting provider. 2. Cloud Hosting - With cloud hosting, the service provider supplies a private, public or hybrid cloud, and the customer pays for system time and storage. Cloud capacity can be scaled up or down, depending on a customer’s compute needs. Leading cloud hosting providers include Microsoft and Amazon Web Services. 3. Colocation Facilities - A colocation facility hosts a company’s servers and provides an Internet connection, a power supply and a climate-controlled environment. Most colocation facilities are owned and operated by a local provider. 4. Private Virtual Server - A service provider hosts a customer’s website on its own private virtual server, thereby physically isolating it from the websites of other customers. Managed hosting providers, cloud hosting providers and colocation facilities all offer private virtual servers.
  2. The negative infinity in JavaScript is a constant value which is used to represent a value which is the lowest available. This means that no other number is lesser than this value. It can be generated using a self-made function or by an arithmetic operation.
  3. Image analysis or imagery analysis is the extraction of meaningful information from images; mainly from digital images by means of digital image processing techniques. Image analysis tasks can be as simple as reading bar coded tags or as sophisticated as identifying a person from their face.
  4. Keyword tracking (or position tracking) is the process of monitoring how your web pages rank in Google's search results for your most important keywords. Google shares some of this data for free in the Google Search Console. Other rank tracking tools provide more advanced keyword tracking as a paid service.
  5. An iframe, short for inline frame, is an HTML element that contains another HTML document within it. The iframe element is specified with the iframe tag. It may be placed anywhere in an HTML document, and thus anywhere on a web page. Iframes are most often used to embed specific content from one web page like a video, form, document, or even a full web page within a different web page.
  6. WordPress hosting is just hosting that has been optimized to better meet WordPress’ performance and security needs. It also typically includes one-click WordPress installs to make it easy to get started with WordPress. And some WordPress hosts will even automatically update your WordPress software as needed.
  7. Best Frontend Javascript Frameworks 1. Angular - Angular JS is a front-end framework that specializes in building Single-Page applications. Supported by Google, it is used to build beautiful front-end user interfaces that are dynamic single-page applications. 2. React - React JS turns out to be quite a useful open-source, front-end Javascript library to create interactive UI components and building user interfaces. 3. Vue - Vue.js is a progressive framework designed to power single-page applications when used in a group of supporting libraries and modern tools. 4. Ember JS - Ember.js is a super productive, battle-tested JavaScript framework for building modern and rich UIs for web applications. 5. Backbone JS - Backbone.js is an uber-light framework that allows you to give structure to web applications in an MVC fashion where models include key-value binding and custom events.
  8. Web analytics is the process of analyzing the behaviour of visitors to a website. This involves tracking, reviewing and reporting data to measure web activity, including the use of a website and its components, such as web pages, images and videos.
  9. A click-through rate (CTR) is the ratio of clicks to impressions on a mobile advertising campaign. CTRs are calculated by taking the number of clicks on a mobile advertising campaign, dividing it by the overall impressions and then expressing the resultant figure in percentage terms.
  10. Fetch as Google is a tool in Search Console which allows users to test if Google bot is able to fetch a URL on your site and how it renders a webpage. Once the fetch attempt is completed, one of four statuses will be shown: completed, partial, redirected or an error message. If a status other than completed is received the user can then try to troubleshoot the problem. The render option shows how the fetched page appears after being crawled by Google bot. After fetching a page the user can request that Google reindex.
  11. Web 2.0 describes the current state of the internet, which has more user-generated content and usability for end-users compared to its earlier incarnation, Web 1.0. In general, Web 2.0 refers to the 21st-century Internet applications that have transformed the digital era in the aftermath of the dotcom bubble.
  12. Web analytics is the process of analyzing the behavior of visitors to a website. This involves tracking, reviewing and reporting data to measure web activity, including the use of a website and its components, such as web pages, images and videos. The focus is on identifying measures based on your organizational and user goals and using the website data to determine the success or failure of those goals and to drive strategy and improve the user’s experience.
  13. A search engine is a service that allows Internet users to search for content via the World Wide Web (WWW). A user enters keywords or key phrases into a search engine and receives a list of Web content results in the form of websites, images, videos or other online data that semantically match with the search query.
  14. Banner ad design tips to get more clicks: 1. Use the most effective, standard banner sizes 2. Place your banner ads correctly 3. Maintain hierarchy 4. Keep it simple 5. Use buttons appropriately 6. Have a clearly defined frame 7. Make your text instantly readable 8. Use animation 9. Complement, but stand out 10. Be consistent with your brand 11. Instill a sense of urgency 12. Choose appropriate colors 13. Keep your file sizes small 14. Use the correct file formats
  15. Link Rot is a slang term for hypertext links that are broken. Link rot is created when a Web page is moved, taken down or reorganized. Clicking on a rotten link usually results in a 404 error, which includes a message that the page cannot be found. Link rot is a slang term for hypertext links that are broken. Link rot is created when a Web page is moved, taken down or reorganized. Clicking on a rotten link usually results in a 404 error, which includes a message that the page cannot be found.
  16. What is Doorway Pages in SEO?
  17. A referral number or referral code is a special ID assigned to every person who is willing to participate in your refer-a-friend program. Referral codes themselves can differ depending on the referral software you use; a code could be a random set of alphanumeric characters, or even complete words, customers' names, etc. Referral Code used to identify, track, and measure the impact your brand advocates create so that you can provide them with the rewards they have earned based on that data.
  18. What are the pros and cons of A/B Testing?
  19. What is Blog Flipping?
  20. Content Gap Analysis is a process that evaluates an existing content topic and determines if there are any gaps, or missed opportunities, that could be improved.
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