Adwords operate on a pay-per-click model in which users bid on keywords, and pay for each click on their ads.
Autoresponder: A program that sends an automatic form response to incoming emails.
Browser: The browser is the car that gets you everywhere. You type your destination into the address bar (or “drive” to the search engine first to figure out where you’re going) and zoooom: your browser takes you anywhere on the internet.
BTC-abbreviation for Bitcoin
CPA-Cost per action
CPC-Cost per click
CPS-Cost per sale
CTR-Click Through Rate
First-Click Attribution is a type of web analytics model in which the first click that brings a visitor to a website is given credit for any sale or conversion that ultimately takes place
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Internet: The internet is both the road and the destination. Allllll the websites you visit live on the internet. Effectively, you drive along the internet highway, stopping at whatever roadside attractions (aka websites) catch your fancy.
Last-Click Attribution refers to a web analytics model in which the “last click” is given credit for a sale or conversion. In other words, if someone comes to your website and orders some flowers, you should have a web analytics system in place that tells you where that customer came from.
Master Resell Rights License-you can sell your rights license to other internet marketers, so they in turn can sell the license to other online marketers. As master resell rights license owner you get the privilege of selling to both other resellers and end users.
Niche: A tightly defined market segment that has a similar trait in common.
PPC- pay per click
Resell Rights-you now have a license to resell a product that you have bought from a vendor without having to pay him royalty fees.
Search Engine: Search engines like Yahoo, Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo are the compass and the map. You tell a search engine where you want to go by typing your search terms into the white box, and it gives you some possible destinations. Search engines are websites.
Tooltip-a message that appears when a cursor is positioned over an icon, image, hyperlink, or other element in a graphical user interface.