Digital Marketing Glossary

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  1. B2B (Business-to-Business):

    Commerce transactions between businesses, such as between a manufacturer and a wholesaler.

  2. B2C (Business-to-Consumer):

    Commerce transactions between a business and individual consumers.

  3. Back-End:

    The server-side of a website, including databases and server applications.

  4. Backlink:

    A hyperlink from one web page to another, important for SEO as it is considered a vote of confidence.

  5. Banner Ad:

    A type of online advertising displayed in a rectangular graphic image, usually at the top of a webpage.

  6. Banner Blindness:

    The tendency of users to ignore banner-like information, especially if it resembles advertising.

  7. Behavioral Economics:

    A field that combines insights from psychology and economics to understand how people make decisions.

  8. Behavioral Email Targeting:

    Sending emails based on a user's behavior, such as their interactions with previous emails.

  9. Behavioral Marketing:

    A form of targeted online advertising based on user behavior.

  10. Behavioral Segmentation:

    Dividing a market based on customers' behaviors, such as their usage patterns or brand interactions.

  11. Behavioral Targeting:

    The practice of delivering targeted ads based on a user's online behavior and preferences.

  12. Behavior Flow:

    A visualization that shows the path users take through a website, indicating popular and weak points.

  13. Bing:

    A search engine owned and operated by Microsoft.

  14. Bitly:

    A URL shortening service that allows users to shorten, share, and track links.

  15. Black Hat SEO:

    Unethical and aggressive SEO practices that violate search engine guidelines.

  16. Blockchain:

    A decentralized and distributed digital ledger that records transactions across multiple computers.

  17. Blog:

    A regularly updated website or web page, typically run by an individual or a small group.

  18. Blogosphere:

    The collective community of blogs and bloggers.

  19. Bot:

    A software application that performs automated tasks on the internet, often repetitive and at a higher frequency than a human user.

  20. Botnet:

    A network of private computers infected with malicious software and controlled as a group.

  21. Bounce Rate:

    The percentage of visitors to a website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page.

  22. Brand Advocate:

    A customer who actively promotes and supports a brand.

  23. Brand Awareness:

    The extent to which consumers recognize and recall a brand.

  24. Brand Equity:

    The value and strength of a brand in the marketplace.

  25. Brand Extension:

    Using an established brand name on a new product or in a new product category.

  26. Brand Image:

    The perception and impression people have of a brand.

  27. Branding:

    The process of creating a strong, positive perception of a brand in the minds of consumers.

  28. Brand Loyalty:

    The degree to which customers consistently choose a particular brand over others.

  29. Brand Manager:

    A professional responsible for managing and promoting a brand.

  30. Brand Perception:

    How consumers view and interpret a brand.

  31. Brand Personality:

    The human-like traits and characteristics associated with a brand.

  32. Brand Positioning:

    The unique place a brand occupies in the minds of its target audience.

  33. Breadcrumb Navigation:

    A navigational aid that helps users track and navigate their path on a website.

  34. Brick-and-Mortar:

    A traditional physical business location.

  35. Broadcast Email:

    An email message sent to a large group of recipients, often for marketing purposes.

  36. Broken Link:

    A hyperlink on a web page that no longer points to its intended destination.

  37. Browser:

    A software application used to access and view websites on the internet.

  38. Browser Cache:

    A storage space in a web browser where recently viewed web pages are stored for quicker access.

  39. Business Blogging:

    The practice of using a blog for marketing and business purposes.

  40. Business Directory:

    An online listing of businesses, often categorized by industry and location.

  41. Business Intelligence:

    The use of data analysis tools and techniques to inform business decision-making.

  42. Buyer Persona:

    A semi-fictional representation of the ideal customer based on market research and real data.

  43. Buyer's Journey:

    The process a potential customer goes through from awareness to purchase.

  44. Buzz Marketing:

    A marketing strategy that relies on word-of-mouth and social media to generate excitement and interest.

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