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Search Engine: This is the working part of a database or application.
Search Engine Marketing (SEM): The process of building and marketing a site with the goal of improving its position in search engine results. SEM includes both search engine optimization (SEO) and pay per click advertisin . . . View Full Definition
MSN Search: Search engine built by Microsoft. MSN is the default search provider in Internet Explorer.
Natural Search Results: The search engine results which are not sponsored, or paid for in any way.
Search Engine Reults Page (SERP): Search Engine Results Page. The page searchers see after they've entered their query into the search box. This page lists several Web pages related to the searcher's query, sorted by relevan . . . View Full Definition
Search Engine Submission: The act of supplying a URL to a search engine in an attempt to make a search engine aware of a site or page.
Concept Search: A search which attempts to conceptually match results with the query, not necessarily with those words, rather their concept. For example, if a search engine understands a phrase to be relat . . . View Full Definition
Boolean Search: Many search engines allow you to perform searches that contain mathematical formulas such as AND, OR, or NOT. By default most search engines include AND with your query, requiring results to . . . View Full Definition
Search Terms: Text that is typed into a search engine to gain results leading to related content.
Organic Search Results: Most major search engines have results that consist of paid ads and unpaid listings. The unpaid / algorithmic listings are called the organic search results. Organic search results are organ . . . View Full Definition
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