In search engine optimization, off-page optimization refers to factors that have an effect on your Web site or Web page listing in natural search results. These factors are off-site in that they are not controlled by you or the coding on your page. Examples of off-page optimization include things such as link popularity and page rank.
Contrast with on-page optimization.
- off-topic discussion
In online forums an off-topic discussion area may be available to users. This area of the forum is designated for general chat and posting of messages that may be different than the general topic focus of the forum. For example, on an electronic commerce forum there may be a designated thread or section where users […]
- Office Automation
The use of computer systems to execute a variety of office operations, such as word processing, accounting, and e-mail. Office automation almost always implies a network of computers with a variety of available programs.
(1) Not connected. For example, all printers have a switch that allows you to turn them offline. While the printer is offline, you can perform certain commands like advancing the paper (form feed), but you cannot print documents sent from the computer. The opposite of offline is online. (2) Aside from its technical meaning, offline […]
- offline search engine
Also called a local search engine, an offline search engine is designed to be used for offline PC, CDROM or LAN searching usage. For example, a Web site can be indexed and a local search engine used if the author wanted to distribute the Web site on CD or DVD.
- offline storage
The term used to describe any storage medium that must be inserted into a storage drive by a person before it can be accessed by the computer system is considered to be a type of off-line storage. Offline storage may also be written as off-line storage and is also called removable storage. See mass storage […]