1024 Megabytes (MB), which is 2^30 bytes, or 1,073,741,824 bytes. It is sometimes used to refer to 1000 Megabytes.
A Google advertising service where you pay only when users click on your ad.
The launch of a website starts the process of strategy all over again. Gathering and analyzing data about your customers helps you make better business decisions. When it comes to web data gathering, Google leads the industry with its free, scalable, and very easy to use analytics tool, appropriately enough named Google Analytics. This tool allows you to track information in some incredibly sophisticated and very customizable ways. Sure, there are some other tools out there, but Google combines two of our favorite things… free and powerful. That’s why we set up a new account for every website project we complete. What does it mean? We won’t just turn you loose in that wilderness of data to fend for yourself. The proper interpretation of all that information is what really helps you make the right decisions about what to do next based on your audience’s behaviors. We will be happy to help guide you.
PageRank is a link analysis algorithm used by the Google Internet search engine, that assigns a numerical weighting to each element of a hyperlinked set of documents, such as the World Wide Web, with the purpose of "measuring" its relative importance within the set. The algorithm may be applied to any collection of entities with reciprocal quotations and references.
Google Webmaster Tools is a no-charge web service by Google for webmasters. It allows webmasters to check indexing status and optimize visibility of their websites. It has tools that let the webmasters submit and check a sitemap, check and set the crawl rate, view statistics about how Googlebot accesses a particular site, list internal and external pages that link to the site, and more.
Graceful degradation refers to a website’s ability to have elements that may take advantage of the capabilities of newer browsers done in a way that allows users with older browsers to still view the site in a manner that at least allows access to basic content. It also applies to making sure that if one small portion of your site doesn’t work in someone’s browser, it doesn’t break your entire site for them.
Also referred to by its acronym: GUI. A graphical user interface uses an input device (like the mouse) and visual representations of how the user is able to interact with a web application. In other words, it’s all the front-end stuff you see on a web application. It’s purpose is to allow you to interact with a web application without having to enter code.
A "guest book" is a script on a web page with a form which allows web site visitors to "sign in" and leave comments or questions, which optionally may or may not be viewed by other visitors.