The activity of stealing content (typically in the form of source code) from a Web site and copying it into another Web site in order to siphon some of the original site��s traffic to the copied Web pages. Pagejackers rely on search engines to spider the contents of the illegitimate site and index the results so that the copied site will appear in the search result rankings along with the original site��s rankings. Users can be tricked into thinking the illegitimate site is the one they are searching for, and once they visit the copied site they may be subjected to mousetrapping.
The term pagejacking is a combination of the words Web page and hijacking, indicating that a Web page has been hijacked.
(1) Refers to numbering pages in a document. (2) Refers to dividing a document into pages. Most word processors automatically paginate documents based on a page size that you specify. Some word processors enable you to avoid widows and orphans during pagination.
- Paid Inclusion
(pād in-kloo´zh&n) (n.) Paid inclusion is a search engine marketing model in which a website pays a fee to a search engine that guarantees that the site will be displayed in the returned search results for specifically named search terms.For example, a Web site that sells baseball trading cards can pay a search engine to […]
)A technique used by virtual memory operating systems to help ensure that the data you need is available as quickly as possible. The operating system copies a certain number of pages from your storage device to main memory. When a program needs a page that is not in main memory, the operating system copies the […]
- paid search
A type of contextual advertising where Web site owners pay an advertising fee, usually based on click-throughs or ad views to have their Web site search results shown in top placement on search engine result pages. Some search engines will make it easy for users to determine which search results are natural and which are […]
- paint program
A graphics program that enables you to draw pictures on the display screen which are represented as bit maps (bit-mapped graphics). In contrast, draw programs use vector graphics (object-oriented images), which scale better. Most paint programs provide the tools shown below in the form of icons. By selecting an icon, you can perform functions associated […]