The unauthorised use or attempted use of a network or information system. Hacking usually involves bypassing security measures put in place by system administrators.to the top
Are you just trying to grow your online business and getting swamped in a sea of buzzwords and jargon? eMarketing is full of them and although they are often used excessively, sometimes they are needed to appropriately explain something, or so the eMarketers will tell you.
Well fear not! To combat this wave of wordiness we have put together an eMarketing glossary to help you understand.
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A portable or mobile phone.to the top
The failed delivery of email communication due to an undeviating reason like a non-existent address.to the top
A stiff olden day type of Memory Stick.to the top
The body of your PC. Hardware comprises of all the physical components of a computer (monitors, keyboards, printers, drives etc).to the top
A data visualisation tool that shows levels of activity on a web page in different colours. Reds and yellows show the areas of the most activity and blues and violets the least.to the top
A hit, though often mistaken for a measure of popularity, is a request from a user’s browser or web server to view a particular page, file or image.to the top
The first page of any website. The home page gives users a glimpse into what your site is about – very much like the index in a book or a magazine.to the top
An email database that a company generates itself without purchasing or renting names.to the top
HyperText Markup Language. This is the "language" read by web browsers. Certain HTML "tags" are used to structure the information and features within a web page. As an example, HTML emails usually contain graphics and can be interactive.to the top
Hypertext Transfer Protocol, a protocol used when browsing the World Wide Web.to the top