Internet Marketing Definition Base
Abba: means Father in Hebrew, Aramaic or to the Jews, known as God’s people, the Israelites. Also, note that Abba is a famous singing band who performed songs like Dancing Queen and many others, like Mama Mia! also.
Abril: Spanish for April.
Adios: Spanish for Good Bye.
Ah Dios Mio: Spanish for Oh My God.
Affiliate: a person who promotes a product that they don’t own. They are part of a program who try to help others get the most of the program they are a part of or the products they recommend.
Affiliate Link: a Code Link that represents a number attached to an Affiliate Program. http://www.wealthyaffiliate.com?a_aid=bef7e724 is an Example of one.
Affiliate Marketing: a technique performed usually by online businesses where an affiliate member is granted a reward for every customer or newcomer who takes part in the affiliate’s marketing achievements.
Agosoto: Spanish for August, not for Augustus.
Alejandro y Alejandra: Spanish for Alexander and Alexandra. The y is interpreted as an and.
Alumni: not short for aluminum, but it means a graduate of any college or university around the world.
Amigo y Amiga: Spanish for male friend and girl friend.
Anil: Tamil for squirrel.
Anorexia Nervosa: a lack of interest in eating any food whatsoever. This might be difficult especially for babies born on planes or those traveling on plane due to adoption.
Antagonist: the enemy in the main story.
Anya: Russian for “Gift.”
APA – stands for American Psychologial Association and is a common formatting style for essays and papers in the social sciences.
AP – Advanced Placement.
AP – Associated Press.
Arachnophobia: fear of spiders.
Arigato: Japanese for “Thank You.”
Arroz: Spanish for rice.
Article Spinning: a tactic that blackhat Internet Marketers used that often produced Content which was very hard to read. It also did blast lots of spun articles to article directories to get backlinks to the quality content on their own website. For a time this did fool Search Engines but it doesn’t work out so well anymore since Google changed its algorithms.
Artist: can be a painter, drawer, or a song writer.
Athai: Tamil for aunt.
Audience: visitors/viewers to your website who are searching for answers or to learn something fascinating.
Autism: thinking in pictures, photographic memory.
Ayudame Por Favor: Spanish for “Please Help Me.”
Baba: Arabic for Father and also in Chinese Baba means Father also.
Backlinks: a Url Hyperlink that re-directs you from one Web Page towards another different Website. In most cases, it is a link from someone else’s website TO your Website.
Bellisima: Italian for beautiful.
Binary Options Trading: risky business. Almost like a flip of a coin. 50/50 chance probability rate. Heads, you get a return on your investment. Tails, you just lost everything you invested in.
Blog Post: contains an overview of thoughts the writer of the Website mentioned in an article.
Bonita: Spanish for beautiful girl.
Bonito: Spanish for beautiful boy.
Bonjour: French for “Hello.”
Buenos Noches: Spanish for “Good Night.”
Bulimia: an emotional disorder in the sense there is an obsession to lose weight to the point the person feels satisfied of their body image. A perfect movie example is that of Natalie Portman in the movie Black Swan. She tries her best to reduce so much of her body size to impress her male ballet instructor.
Camping vs. Campaign: camping is an outdoor activity involving a tent. Campaign is a political movement to select someone for a high government post.
Carnival: Similar to Anime Cosplay, but looks like a Victoria’s Secret parade with floats, is a tradition seen from Trinidad and Tobago, and Caribbean Island Aruba also.
Carousel: Is a ride that goes up and down with animals.
Casa: Spanish for house.
Century vs. Millennium: Century is a period once every 100 years. Millennium is a period of every 1,000 years.
CEO: Chief Executive Officer.
Chauffeur vs. Shofar: Chauffeur is a person intended to drive a rented automobile or limousine for a wedding or special occasion. Shofar is an ancient musical horn typically made of a ram’s horn, used for Jewish religious purposes.
CIA: Central Intelligence Agency.
Cinco de Mayo – Spanish for 5th of May. Mayo is not short for mayonnaise.
Clannad: Irish for family.
Claustrophobia: fear of tight spaces.
Blue + Yellow = Green.
Red + Blue = Purple.
Red + White = Pink.
Red + Yellow = Orange.
Black + White = Grey.
Confirmation: a Catholic Practice.
Commission: compensation or money earned through referring someone to be a part of an affiliate program or you get paid when someone buys a product through your Affiliate Link.
Communion: a Christian Practice.
Content: the mass loads of information whether in text, images, or video that convey a relevant message to the people coming to a website.
Content Marketing: based on quality written information, you are talking about the benefits of the product backed up by personal experience usually.
CPA: Cost Per Action.
CPA Network: Cost Per Action Network.
Czar – Russian for emperor or ruler or king. Would almost be pronounced as Cesar, the emperor of Rome.
Defibrillator: is a handheld device that can help electrocute the heart to revive it and perhaps save the person from having a cardiac arrest.
De Donde Eres: Spanish for “Where Are You From?” Aries is a zodiac sign and in Greek Mythology the God of War.
Density = Mass/Volume.
Dia de los muertos: Spanish for Day of the Dead.
Diciembre: Spanish for December.
Dimensional Analysis: moles to grams and grams to moles.
Dinero: Spanish for money.
DNS: Domain Name Server.
Doctor: a person who prescribes medicines or is in a white coat wearing a stethoscope around their neck.
DOW: Dry Operating Weight.
Downline: The sole purpose of a “Downline” is that for you to make money within the Program, you must meet the requirement of promoting the same Products and Services that (you had invested your hard earned cash in) to other people. This is an ongoing cycle which seems like it never ends. So for your “Downline” to achieve any money, they are required to follow in the same footsteps to do the same exact thing which you did. Almost like the phrase: “Like father, like son” where common actions/characteristics are being passed down onto the next person.
The products are vastly overpriced and are that way for a reason. So that those at the top of the pyramid can make lofty profits on the loss of the bottom feeders below them.
DSM – IV: Diagnostic Statistics Manual. IV – Roman Numeral 5.
Enero: Spanish for January.
ER: short for Emergency Room.
Escuchame Por Favor: Spanish for “Please Listen To Me.”
Estados Unidos – Spanish for United States.
Extrovert: an individual who is more public than a private person with regards to their lifestyle.
5 Stages of a Child: Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, and Genital.
Familia: Spanish for family.
Fashionista Queen: Not a drama queen but a queen of elegance in the realm of fashion.
FBI: Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Febrero: Spanish for February.
Feliz Cumpleanos: Spanish for Happy Birthday.
Feliz Navidad: Spanish for Merry Christmas.
Fiction: a fake story.
Fiesta: Spanish for party.
Finance vs. Fiancé vs. Fiancée: finance is budgeting how much you earn and spend. French words Fiancé and Fiancée are often confused. Fiancé is French for a man who is engaged to be married. Notice that there is just 1 é here. Fiancée is French for a woman who is engaged to be married. Notice that there is just 2 ée’s here.
Flipenese: Flipping the Filipinos and Chinese around.
Fowl Play vs. Foul Play: Fowl Play is when birds play. Foul Play is when a player messes up and cheats against the rules of the game.
FTC: (Federal Trade Commission). Similar to what the FBI does in terms of investigating but this is related to online business. They are a United States federal regulatory agency who are made to monitor and prevent anti-competitive, deceptive or unfair business practices.
FTP: File Transfer Protocol.
Gato: Spanish for cat.
GentleMantor: a Gentleman who is a Mentor.
Gesundheit: German for “God Bless You.”
Gin Dobrei: Polish for “Good Morning.”
GPA: Grade Point Average.
Gracias: Spanish for “Thank You.”
Grazie: Italian for “Thank You.”
Guerrilla Marketing: examples would be posting flyers or having an advertisement on billboards. Gorilla is an ape.
Habibi: Arabic for sweetheart.
Hanne: Dutch for Hannah.
HBI: Hindustan Bible Institute.
Hemorrhages: bursting of blood vessels.
Hermana: Spanish for little sister.
Hermano: Spanish for little brother.
Hernia: a type of surgery done on men.
Hija: Spanish for daughter. In Spanish the j sounds like an h.
Hijo: Spanish for son. In Spanish the j sounds like an h.
Hiking: walking up a trail into the mountains.
Hippocampus: center of the brain thought to house emotions and memory power.
H.O.M.E.S. – H.O.M.E.S. is an acronym for Lake Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Eerie, and Superior.
Homeopathy: medicine that has no side effects. However, the odor is unbearable.
HTTP: This stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol. It’s a type of Protocol that allows you to communicate with websites via your browser. A website with the HTTP prefix means it’s unsecured and someone might be able to change the look of the page.
HTTPS is short for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure. This means the information between you and the website is encrypted. This provides protection when you transmit personal or financial information like your social security number or credit card details. You should never enter any sensitive data without checking a website if it begins with HTTPS.
Huevos: Spanish for eggs.
Hut hut hike: Football term to keep on moving with the ball in hand.
Hyperlink: usually activated when one mouses over and clicks on a highlighted text word or image within the content of a website, which often times leads you to another part of the current website you are visiting.
Hypothesis: an idea you can test.
Hysterectomy: a surgery done on a woman.
ICU: does not mean “I see you.” Short for Intensive Care Unit.
Illini: short for being an alumni meaning a graduate of a college or university in Illinois State.
Internal Links: When 1 Blog Post Article connects to another on the same Website.
Internet Marketing: another name for this is online marketing. This is where advertising and using the world wide web as well as e-mail to drive direct sales through commerce electronically, along with Website sale leads or in e-mails.
Introvert: a person who is more private of their life than public.
Ir A La Iglesia: Spanish for “To Go To Church.”
IRS: Internal Revenue Service.
ISP: Internet Service Provider.
IVF: in vitro fertilization.
Jaques: French for Jack.
Jolie: French for pretty.
Jugar De Los Videos Juegos: Spanish for “To Play Video Games.”
Julio: Spanish for July, not for Julius.
Junio: Spanish for June.
KT to a Jeweler means Karat and not Katy Perry.
K to a Chemist means Potassium.
K to a Businessman means 1,000.
K to Superman means Kryptonite.
Kimono: Japanese women wear these dresses.
Koi Mil Gaya: Hindi for “I Have Found Someone.” In English the word gay means to be happy.
Konichiwa vs. Chihuahua: Japanese for “Hello.” Chihuahua is a type of small pocket dog.
La espada y la rosa – The sword and the rose.
LAN: Local Area Network. It is a network that is made public rather than Private meaning with a Password Lock set for only certain people to have access to it.
Lead: is a “Potential Customer.” Usually this means that you got the person’s E-mail Address as part of an E-mail opt-in Form. Sometimes even Subscribers could be thought of as a Lead too.
Leakage: When you are diverting your Visitors to another Website if you inserted someone else’s YouTube Video link on your Website, but when a Visitor is curious, they would Click and visit the other person’s website and not spend more time on your own website for better social engagement with the Content you worked hard to create.
Leche: Spanish for milk.
L.E.J. – L.E.J. is an acronym for Legislative, Executive, and Judicial, the 3 forms of government. Legislative Branch makes laws. Executive Branch Enforces Laws and Makes Policy. Judicial Branch Interprets Laws.
Lift – according to an Indian or British person means an elevator.
Living La Vida Loca: Spanish for Living the Crazy Life.
Mademoiselle: French for miss.
Madre: Spanish for mother.
Malik: Arabic for “Angel.”
Manavi: Tamil for “Wife.”
Margarita: a drink or Spanish for Margaret.
Macro: means big.
Marzo: Spanish for March.
Mastectomy: when women get a breast removed.
Mayo: Spanish for May and not short for mayonnaise.
Menopause: not a condition for men necessarily to stop and take a moment of silence. This means that by age 50 or older, the woman can no longer bear children.
Micro: means small.
Microscopes: used to see the action of cells and other organisms on a glass slide.
Miguel: Spanish for Michael.
Mi madre: Spanish for my mom.
Mi padre: Spanish for my dad.
Mira Mira: Spanish for “Look Look.”
MLA – Modern Language Association. It is another format like APA for essays and college papers for research purposes.
MLM: MLM stands for Multi-Level Marketing (MLM).
MLM Marketing Strategy: The MLM Marketing Strategy is where the sales force is compensated not only for the sales they are able to generate on a whole but also get commissions from the customers that they end up recruiting into the program under them.
In a typical MLM Program, you are paying just a minimum fee just to enter and be a part of it. However, what we later fail to realize is that as time progresses eventually they will start revealing other more advanced levels of membership which would open the doorway to more higher commissions you can look forward to obtain.
Mon ami: French for male friend.
Mon amie: French for female friend.
Mon Chéri: French for “My darling.”
Mono: means 1, single. Example is monotheism, belief that there is 1 God only.
Monsieur: French for mister.
MPG: Miles per gallon.
Multiple Sclerosis: this is what people describe as the pins and needles effect. For example, this is when you feel as though you have static electricity on your feet when walking. Almost like leg cramps.
Naan: Tamil for myself or I.
Nandri: Tamil for Thank You.
NDE: Near Death Experiences.
Newbie: fancy word for a person who is new to things.
Niche: defined as your type of interest, passion, hobby, an issue, a desire, or a necessity. In other words, it is a topic that is geared towards an “audience.”
Niche Marketing: where one is advertising about their passion on a Website through promoting products related to the topic of interest.
Nina y Nino: In Spanish the y is actually “and.” Nina is Spanish for little girl child. Nino is Spanish for little male child.
Non-Fiction: a true story.
Noun: person, place, or thing.
Noviembre: Spanish for November.
Murse: a male nurse.
Nuevo: Spanish for new.
Nurse: a midwife who helps in the field of medical surgery or putting ointments on wounds to heal as time passes.
OCD: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. A need to be clean or perfect really.
Octubure: Spanish for October.
OGBs: Online Game Buddies.
Online Marketing: another name for this is internet marketing. This is where advertising and using the world wide web as well as e-mail to drive direct sales through commerce electronically, along with Website sale leads or in e-mails.
Oranjestad: Dutch for orange.
Oui: French for yes. Pronounced like We.
Pacemaker vs. Peacemaker: a pacemaker is a type of machine that can send electrical impulses to your heart to gets its rhythm back and breathing again. It is pretty much like a jump starter cable that helps the battery of a car to be powered back on so you can drive again.
Padre: Spanish for father.
Peacemaker: is a person who hates violence and wants silence of harsh words.
Pangea: when the whole land of the world was connected together as 1, not divided apart by oceans, rivers, and seas.
Patriot: not a person who pats you on the back and starts a riot. A patriot is not a person who celebrates St. Patrick’s Day because they are Irish but rather a patriot is a person who fights for their cause much like a militant would for their army.
PCOS: Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. Hormonal imbalance that can be caused by onset growth of chin hair. Can be caused by hereditary traits or if there is not enough estrogen and progesterone being produced.
Peliculos: Spanish for “Movies.”
Permalinks: Those that come after the Domain Name. For this Example, I would take https://aboveandbeyondthehorizon.com/imdb/ The Domain is .com however what comes after is what constitutes as a permalink. Permalink here would be imdb.
Pero: Spanish for dog.
Phobia: fear of something.
Ph Scale vs. Weighing Scale: Ph Scale measures how acidic something is. A weighing scale measures how much you weigh in Pounds if in USA or UK or in India in KG (Kilograms). Note: Pounds is also the currency of UK, known as United Kingdom, or GB Great Britain.
Physician: another name for a doctor. A person who studied the laws of physics well enough to practice it in a hospital like setting around other students and patients after clinical rotations.
Pingbacks: each time you Publish a Post, you get a pingback. This tells all the Search Engines that you have published a post.
Plug-Ins: bits of software to enhance your website with additional features. Think of it like this, if Apps are to Smartphones, Programs for Windows/Mac PCs, then Plugins are for Websites.
+1: To an Indian, this means you are in the 11th Standard, meaning 11th Grade, to Americans it means you are a Junior in High School.
+2: To an Indian, this means you are in the 12th Standard, meaning 12th Grade, to Americans it means you are a Senior in High School.
Pollo: Spanish for chicken. Then there is Marco Polo which is a water sport.
Polio: a terrible skin condition of the legs.
Poll Voting vs. Pole Vaulting: Poll Voting is where you go for elections. Pole Vaulting is an Olympic sport.
Poly: means more than 1. Example is polytheism, belief that there is more than 1 god.
Poncho: another type of Mexican clothing.
Pongo: Spanish for “to put.” In Disney movie, 101 Dalmatians, there is a dog called Pongo.
Prof: prof is short for professor or professional. Not short for prophet.
Protagonist: the hero in the main story.
Proxy: fake IP Addresses. IP stands for Internet Protocol.
PSI: Pounds per Square Inch.
PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This is what P.O.W. suffer from. P.O.W. stands for Prisoners of War. They can’t tell what is real versus that which is fake, they have hallucinations.
Punnet Squares: 4 Squares that describe the percentage of exchange between both the XX and XY Chromosome in producing offspring. In most cases, it is a possibility of having 50/50 meaning the child can either be a male or a female, not both.
Putch to: Polish for to come.
Pyramid Scheme: Based on a Hierarchical-like Setup, it is an illegal scam investment. New Recruits or Referrals consist of being at the bottom and or building foundation of the pyramid in that they provide for the funding responsibilities, so-called bringer of customers flowing into the program in the hopes of earning commissions, which end up really be given away to the beginning founders/recruits who are above them. In other words, the ancestor gains at the loss of the descendants.
Pythagorean Theorem: The easiest to remember math formula in the world. A2 + B2 = C2.
Queso: Cheese in Spanish.
QSR: (Quoted Search Results). This represents a number you would see on 1st Page of Google Search Results of the amount of Websites created targeting a particular set of Keywords.
Quinceañera vs. Queencenara: Spanish for a girl’s 15th Birthday. In America, they have it as a Sweet 16th Birthday instead.
Raja: Tamil for King.
Rani: Tamil for Queen.
Raw Clicks: When one person Clicks on a Link multiple times, it is counted for each one they did. (See also Unique Clicks).
ROI: Return on Investment.
Royalty Free Images or Videos: as soon as a license fee has been paid, both images and videos can be used infinitely without having to pay for additional fees time and time again. This means having the right to use copyrighted or intellectual material without making additional payments to use them as long as you don’t resell it to another source. Be sure to watch out for License: CCo Public Domain / Free for commercial use / No attribution required. That is the most recommended criteria to consider when using the image for your website.
Sachi: Tamil for testimony.
Sayonara: Japanese for “Good Bye.”
Sacrebleu: French for “Oh My Goodness.”
Script: words or phrases said by a character performer in a play or skit.
SEO: Search Engine Optimization.
Septiembre: Spanish for September.
Search Engines: Ask.com, Bing, Google.com, and Yahoo!, these are websites you go to find more about the answers to your questions, that which you are most curious about learning more of.
Search Warrant: a document a police would need in order to search a house for drugs or other illegally bought weapons.
Señor: Spanish for mister or Mr.
Señora: Spanish for miss.
Señorita: Spanish for Mrs.
Sensai: Japanese for teacher.
Shalom: Hebrew for “Peace.”
Shukuran: Arabic for “Thank You.”
Sitemap: Givens an overview layout of what all is included on your Website, much in the same way as routes shown on a Map. In Sitemap, as an example it gives you the Category and what Blog Posts are included underneath it.
Smexy: Someone or something that is sexy.
Software Engineer: a computer person who works on improving programs to help run a PC or Mac efficiently to make it more user-friendly. Examples could be anti-virus programs.
SOHCAHTOA: stands for
Sine = Opposite/Hypotenuse.
Cosine = Adjacent/Hypotenuse.
Tangent = Opposite/Adjacent.
Sombrero: Mexicans wear this for a fiesta.
Spamminator: a person who sends you an E-mail with a link in the hopes you click it and they get a commission. They can be quite crafty in terms of their Name and Subject of the message also. Plus, you need to be wary that you don’t let a virus come into your PC also from such cunning people.
SSL: Secure Sockets Layer. Serve your website over 256-bit Encrypted Connections and do it at Wealthy Affiliate for FREE! Encryption is favoured by search engines and keeps visitor data safe.
Stoven: a stove with an oven underneath it, it’s attached, not separate like a microwaveable oven above a stove.
Straat – Dutch for street.
Subscript: imagine a submarine or subway, it is under the ground. Subscript means the exponent of a number is down and not up like it is squared.
SUDOKU: Japanese puzzle consisting of 9 squares and the way it is played is that it is a lot like Bingo, you can’t have repeated numbers up and down. Sudoku is a puzzle where you need to use numbers 1-9 in a way it doesn’t repeat the same number in a column or row.
Superscript: imagine superman, he can fly up. Superscript means the exponent of a number is up and not down like in subscript.
Supremium: Super Premium offer, the next level of awesomeness.
Text Spinning: this is when you create new articles out of existing articles by substituting words or phrases with other terms that mean the same things.
Tia: Spanish for aunt.
Tic-Tac-Toe: the game that involves 2 letters, X and O. For Valentine’s Day letters, they are mostly X’s and O’s. X means Kisses while the O means Hugs. So, for Valentine’s Day when it means X’s and O’s, it doesn’t mean they want hugs and kisses do they or do they want to play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe with you would they?
Tinnitus: ringing or popping sensation of the ears. This can be a result of traveling long hours by plane most of the time.
Tio: Spanish for uncle.
Topic: main focus on a particular subject.
TOW: Take Off Weight.
Traffic: Not the type of traffic you would expect when you are surrounded by many drivers at a stop light. Rather, Traffic is referred to the Visitors that come to your Website looking for information that may help them out with any doubts or problems they have on a subject matter.
Tu conoces: Spanish for “Do You Know?”
Tu es muy bonita – “You are very beautiful.”
Tu es muy guapo – Spanish for “You are very handsome.”
Tu es muy importante en ojos de Dios: You are very important in God’s eyes. In Spanish, the letter j sounds like a h.
Tu es numero uno en mi corazon: Spanish for You Are #1 in my heart.
Tuition: fees for college or a university.
Tu Hi Toh Meri Dost Hai: Hindi for “You Are My Only Friend.”
Tu tienes una pregunta: Spanish for Do you have a question?
Tu tienes una computadora: Spanish for Do you have a computer?
Tu tienes mucho dinero: Spanish for Do you have a ton of money?
Tu necessitas comida: Spanish for Do you need food?
Unique Clicks: No matter how many times a person clicks a certain Link, it is not counted. A Unique Click takes into account the number of people that clicked that one particular click no matter how many times they have clicked on it. (See also Raw Clicks).
Uno, Dos, Tres, Quatro, Cinco, Seis, Siete, Ocho, Nueve, y Diez: Spanish for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Upline: Most of what you will earn will end up benefiting your Upline which would be the people that referred you for the Product or Service being provided.
Upsells: where an advertisement or program tries to sell product after product like an add-on or upgrade in order to make a more profitable sale.
URL: Uniform Resource Identifier (URL) or website address whether it is starting with www. or http among many others.
USMLE – United States Medical License Exam. MLE = Emily.
UTI – Urinary Tract Infection.
Vasectomy: when men get an operation and can no longer bear children.
Verb: an action that you do.
Veteran: a person who served in the military forces such as in the army, navy, or marines.
Veterinarian: a person who takes care of animals.
VIP: Very Important Person.
Vomitar: Spanish for to vomit.
Vowels: A, E, I, O, U.
VPN: Stands for Virtual Private Network. It is a method that is used to protect sensitive data information.
Warranty: lifetime protection for a product or service.
Website: a place of vast loads of Information on a certain Topic on the Internet.
WordPress: web publishing application for structuring blog posts and pages within a content management system (CMS).
XX: Female Chromosome.
XY: Male Chromosome.
Yaar: Tamil for who.
Yallah: Arabic for “Hurry Up.”
Yo: Spanish for I.
ZFW: Zero Full Weight.