In retail and online shopping the first day after Thanksgiving in the United States is referred to as Black Friday. Black Friday is generally perceived to be one of the largest major U.S. holiday shopping days for the retail industry, and is the day that most retailers become profitable for the year (i.e., go into the black). Black Friday is more associated with brick-and-mortar retail stores than online stores.
- Black Hat SEO
In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology, black hat SEO refers to the use of aggressive SEO strategies, techniques and tactics that focus only on search engines and not a human audience, and usually does not obey search engines guidelines. Some examples of black hat SEO techniques include keyword stuffing, invisible text, doorway pages, adding unrelated […]
The name of a Twitter client for BlackBerry smartphones. See “Social Media Tips for Online Marketing Plus 30 Social Media Sites” in the Did You Know…? section of
Used on Blogger.com, it is a function that lets you make a blog post without going to the Blogger.com Web site. BlogThis can be added to your browser toolbars. When you click BlogThis, it launches a mini-interface to Blogger that is pre-populated with a link to the Web page you are currently visiting, as well […]
- Blog and Ping
An online marketing term applied to a system that utilizes blogs and pings (short for pingback) to deliver content and /or sites for indexing in search engines with the ultimate aim of profit. Also called blog ping. [Source: The Blog Herald]
A Web site that offers blog content. Usually the site will be a portal to blog news and offer feeds from a number of different blog sources. See The History of Blogging in the Quick Reference section of