Manner of placing an ad in a fixed position on a particular Web page
so that it is delivered each time the page is downloaded.
Handheld Device Markup Language.
Number of times any file of a Web site is downloaded.
theory: A series of steps by which consumers receive and use information
in reaching decisions about what actions they will take (e.g., whether
or not to buy a product).
Main page or welcome image for a Web site. Often shows a table of
contents or refers to documents on other pages.
To store a Web site or other data on a machine (a Web server) and
deliver (serve) its content via the Internet whenever a user requests
it (by visiting the site).
Hyper Text Markup Language. Used to to author Web documents containing
links, graphics, and multimedia.
Hyper Text Transport Protocol. Method used to transmit hypertext files.
A possible future scenario in which every function on the value chain
from manufacturer to consumer can be outsourced to a third party who
participates in a revenue share. A hyperenabled e-commerce industry
would allow any company (or person) to appear to operate an e-commerce
site of grand scale.
Same as link.
Any document with a link or links to other documents.
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