Find Site IP Address (Domain IP)

You can find the IP address of the site from the domain name using the box below. You will also receive country-specific hosting information. However, keep in mind that especially traffic-intensive sites use multiple (sometimes dozens) IP addresses to handle load balancing and heavy traffic. For example, if you query by typing for the domain, you can see a different IP address each time. This is due to the fact that this site uses more than one IP address, not the wrong return of the query. Returning to the Google example, Google meets hundreds of millions of queries every day and uses hundreds of servers and IP addresses for this job.

My IP Information

IPv4 Address:, Inc.
Country Code:country flag UScountry flag US
Country:United StatesUnited States
Postal Code:2014920146

IP Address:
Anonymous Proxy: No
Proxy Type: Hosting Provider, Data Center or CDN Range

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Browser Language: en-us (English)
Operating System: unknown unknown (unknown)
Screen Resolution: 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an IP Address?

An IP address is a unique number that devices in a network using the Internet Control Protocol (Internet Protocol) standard use to recognize, communicate and exchange data. Each device with an Internet connection must have an address assigned to this device. This address or number ensures that the transmitted information is sent to the correct address, or that the data is retrieved from the correct address.

There are two types of Internet Protocols currently in use and being tested: IPv4 and IPv6.


This is the standard Internet protocol currently in use and consists of 32 bits, in other words 4 digits of eight bits. These numbers range from 0 to 255. An address in the IPv4 protocol can be any number from to More than 4 billion addresses can be generated using this protocol.

IPv4 Address:


However, because IP addresses are allocated in blocks, many IP address ranges are not available, so a larger IP address is needed depending on the increasing number of network users. IPv6 was born of this need. Unlike IPv4, IPv6 is 128 bits wide, which means 2128, or 3 x 1038 unique addresses.

IPv6 Address: 2606:4700:30::681b:807d

What does the IP address do?

The IP address or number is widely used in a wide range of areas, from criminals tracking to online sales and marketing. By looking at the IP number, it is possible to specify the country, city, latitude and longitude and ISP (Internet Service Provider). For this purpose, there is a need for program codes that will receive data such as country, city and ISP corresponding to large databases and IP number of tens of thousands of IP numbers.

  • Display of page in visitor's mother tongue and currency.
  • Redirect visitors to different pages according to geographical region.
  • Management of digital rights.
  • Preventing password sharing and service abuse.
  • Preventing credit card fraud.
  • Internet visitor traffic statistics and analysis.
  • Automatic selection of the country-related form on online forms.
  • Prevent access from countries where you do not want to work.
  • Geo targeting to increase sales and click-through rate.

Today, there are companies in the world that create and update such large databases regularly. However, in order to benefit from such data, it is necessary to pay a substantial amount of monthly subscription fees.

Credentials from IP!

A valuable visitor asks us if the exact ID, phone and address information from the IP address can be reached. We thought that a general knowledge would be more useful if there were questions of the same kind.

  • If the IP address is static and associated with a domain name, that is, it is only allocated to that domain (site), it is possible to reach the domain name from the IP address and the other credentials if the whois information is correct.
  • If the IP address is associated with a site, but is a shared IP address (Shared IP), there will be more than one site on the same IP, so only the details of the hosting service that the IP allocation is available to.
  • If the IP address is an IP that is associated with the individual user's internet connection, then the individual user cannot access the above type of information in normal ways. The most detailed information that you can access from the IP address will be the Internet Service Provider's address and contact information. That is, you cannot identify that person with such programs based on the IP of someone who visits your site or sends you an email.

The only thing you can do about this is that if you're facing an abuse or Internet crime, you should contact the service provider's unit for abuse because the address information is only available in their records. You can also make this determination through prosecution offices.

What is the difference between LAN and WAN IP addresses?

Before looking at the difference between LAN and WAN IP addresses in a network device, let us briefly summarize what LAN and WAN are. One way to compare different computer network structures is to look at the scope or scale (size) of these structures. In terms of our subject, we can talk about the following two types of networks:

  • LAN - Local Area Network - WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network
  • WAN - Wide Area Network

It is possible to add more people to them, but we will define these two types:

LAN - Local Area Network

n the case of LAN, the network-enabled device connects to other network-enabled devices at a relatively short distance. There is usually only one LAN in an office, school, company or home network. In a TCP/IP network, LAN is often applied as a single IP subnet. However, the Internet is not required for the LAN to the outside world. The LAN can be a small network that connects two or three computers, or a network in which thousands of terminals are connected in a large company. In such networks, applications and data storage are usually located on the server and shared by multiple computer users.

WAN - Wide Area Network

Telephone lines, cables, satellite receivers, radio waves, etc. a communication network using such devices. As its name implies, WAN covers a wide geographical area. The Internet that surrounds the whole world is the biggest WAN today. As a structure, we can think of WAN as a network of geographically distributed LANs. The connection between the LAN and the WAN provides a network device called a router. In IP networks, the router has both a LAN address and a WAN address.

Internet users typically use a LAN and connect to the Internet WAN with the help of an Internet Service Provider using a broadband modem. The ISP allocates a WAN IP address to the modem, while the connection between the modem and the computer is provided with a LAN (ie private) IP address.

Therefore, the LAN IP address and WAN IP address difference can be summarized as follows.

  • The LAN IP address is determined by the user (or device, dhcp), and 198.168. starts with. Shows the address of the device in a LAN. All networked devices connected to the same network must have a different LAN IP address than the others, otherwise conflict occurs.
  • The LAN IP address is private (that is, the network enabled device's LAN IP address is not reachable). Only valid in the network.
  • The WAN IP address is allocated by the ISP and provides the connection between the WAN (for example, the Internet) and the network-enabled device to which that IP address is allocated.

The connection diagram can be expressed as follows:

Computer <- LAN IP (Computer) -> <-LAN IP (Router) -> Router <-----> WAN IP (Internet).

To sum up, LAN IP and WAN IP have the same function. Both enable network-enabled devices to communicate with each other and exchange data. The only difference is that one is limited to a smaller area and a smaller number of devices, while the other (WAN) is spread over a wider geography.

What is a static IP address?

A static IP address is an IP address assigned by the service provider that you specify by hand configuration in the case of a LAN IP address, or in the case of a WAN IP address. Each computer on the Internet has an address and this address is determined by the IP number. Static IP addresses are often used by Internet servers (for example, web sites). In practical terms, IP addresses of Internet users do not need to be static.

What is a dynamic IP address?

A dynamic IP address is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the case of a WAN IP address, and an IP address that is temporarily assigned to each device by DHCP when in the case of a LAN IP address. Most likely, your WAN IP address is also dynamic. If you re-connect to this site by disconnecting and reconnecting to the Internet, you may see your IP number changed. The WAN IP address of most individual users is dynamic in this way.

Is my IP address static or dynamic?

The only way to find out if your IP address is static or dynamic is to ask your Internet Service Provider (ISP) or network administrator. If you are a normal home user, your IP address will usually be dynamic. A static IP address is charged separately. Therefore, if you are using static IP, your Internet service invoice may also have a static IP usage fee. Paths other than this are uncertain and may change.

LAN IP Address:

If you want to know whether your local (LAN) IP address is static or dynamic, this is an easy way. If you have manually entered (manually) an IP address in the network configuration (not "Auto Receive", "Use"), your local IP address is static. This rule applies immediately to all operating systems.

In Windows, the IP address is dynamic if the DHCP server appears to be active when you type ipconfig/all on the Start> Run> cmd command line and press Enter. If not, it is static. You will see the following information about the local (LAN) IP address:

  • DHCP Enabled: Yes (= dynamic)
  • or
  • DHCP Enabled: No (= static)
  • Lease Obtained: Thursday, April 18, 2019 00:12:12
  • Lease Expires: Saturday, April 20, 2019 00:12:12

These dates indicate that the local (LAN) ip address is dynamically assigned and can be changed on the specified date, ie the local IP address is dynamic.

However, this command does not say anything about the WAN IP address in general, the information received.

WAN IP Address:

Try changing your IP address as described on the IP Replacement page. If it changes, it is absolutely dynamic. If not, it may be static. Try changing it from time to time, for example, by turning your computer off in the evening and turning it on in the morning. If, after this type of experiment, it still has not changed, it may be static.

How do I change my IP address?

"How do I change my IP address?" is one of the most frequently asked questions. Users want to change IP for one or more reasons. At the beginning of these, especially on sites such as rapidshare, free download to be limited by IP address time and the user wants to get rid of this time limit, or some games, etc. sites to ban user IP for one reason or another.

If your IP address is static, the only way to change your IP address is to request an IP address change from your Internet service provider (ISP). In fact, I have no idea whether such a request will be answered. The following methods apply to the dynamic IP address.

Practical way to change IP Address

First, make a note of your IP number from the page.

Perhaps the most practical way to change the IP address is to temporarily turn off the modem device. To do so, press and hold the modem's power button for several minutes, then turn it on again. If your modem is an integrated modem, it may be necessary to turn the computer off and on completely. For dynamic IP users, this one-two-minute power off and on is usually sufficient. Turn off your modem and turn it on again after a few minutes. Once the connection is established, you will see your IP number changed when you check the page. If not, keep it closed for longer. For example, you can turn the modem off in the evening and turn it on in the morning.


On the computer connected directly to your modem.

  1. Start -> run> cmd.
  2. Type "ipconfig/release" (without the quotation marks) and press enter.
  3. Type "ipconfig/renew" (without the quotation marks) and press enter.

If this doesn't work, try the following option:


On the computer connected directly to your modem.

  1. Start -> run> cmd.
  2. Type "ipconfig/release" (without the quotation marks) and press enter.
  3. The computer can handle all ethernet connections, DSL/modem, etc. close.
  4. After a certain period of time (eg if you closed the evening the next morning) turn everything back on again.
On Networks with Router
  1. Log in to the router management console (usually or
  2. Leave the IP address (depending on the device).
  3. Router, modem, etc. turn it off and then turn on for a while (eg the next morning).

Finally, check whether the IP number has changed or not on the page.

How can I hide my IP address?

Before moving on to IP address hiding methods, it is useful to clarify something. In IP hiding people often get the wrong blood as if they were "invisible". However, it is not always possible to conceal the general IP address of a WAN in a technical sense in a home network. Just as it is impossible for an unverified letter to reach its place, a complete hiding of the IP address of a networked device will make the device invisible, but in this case it will be impossible to use it online.

On the other hand, in general, it is possible to hide the WAN IP address in many cases from prying eyes and from most Internet servers (or websites). However, if you are on a home network and you intend to hide a rope for an activity considered as a crime by law, and if the act is subject to a prosecution, it is useful to know that there is no such thing as an absolute secret.

IP You can request the following:

  • Keep your real IP address away from prying eyes while surfing online, thus protecting the privacy of your private life. Hiding the actual WAN IP address will allow you to surf anonymously and watch your online activities, steal your credentials or other personal information, or track your online activity behavior, such as websites, hackers, identity thieves, etc. Helps protect against.
  • By hiding your actual WAN IP address, you can use an IP address from another country to access sites that allow or ban a country-based permit. This also applies to access sites that are not accessible from your country if you hide your IP address with a proxy. Thus, you can access the forums you are banned, disabled/banned sites.
  • You can send anonymous e-mails via web-based mail systems (such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo mail, etc.) by hiding your actual IP address in the e-mail header. However, if the content of the email can be subject to prosecution, this IP hiding effort will not help you.

IP Suppression Methods

Hiding IP Address with Web Proxy

The most common method of hiding an IP address is to use one or such a proxy server. A proxy server is a computer network service that provides indirect network connectivity that allows users to access other network services. In other words, the proxy server, the website you want to contact with, etc. function as an intermediary. You send your request to the proxy server, the room itself as you want the content itself and gives you. The target site (forum, game site, download site, blog, content site, etc.) where the content is located sees the proxy server as you request. By hiding your own WAN IP address, you reach your targeted content. For this purpose, usually web-based proxy servers are used. Some of these proxy servers are free of charge and offer anonymous surfing, some are more advanced and provide a higher level of anonymity and money.

Hiding IP Address with Internet Browser Proxy Configuration

Another proxy method that can be used for IP hiding is the proxy servers configured with the Internet browser. For this purpose, you must configure the proxy settings of your Internet browser. You can find information on how to do this on the Change Proxy Settings page. On the net, there are servers that offer free proxy services via browser configuration, and google is an example.

IP Hiding Programs

Software designed for this purpose can also be used to hide IP. These software are free, as well as those that can be purchased with a one-time payment, or that can be purchased as a monthly/annual subscription for a specific fee. These proxy software can usually be faster and more reliable.

VPN Services

It helps protect your identity and data on public networks such as VPN, that is, virtual private network, Internet and wireless access points. To this end, various protocols are used to create a cryptic type of tunnel for the safe transmission of data. You can compare this to the firewall you use on some kind of computer. Just as the firewall protects your data on your computer, the VPN will protect your data on the Internet. In fact, VPN provides security at a lower cost than private networks.

How can I change Proxy settings?

Changing Internet Browser Proxy Settings.

Warning: If you do not know what you are doing, do not try the following methods. Doing so may cause your connection to malfunction and cause IP conflicts on your computer.

Changing Proxy Settings in Internet Explorer
  1. Go to the Internet Options section on the Tools menu.
  2. Click the Connections tab.
  3. If you are using a dial-up connection, select the currently active connection and click the Settings button.
  4. Check the "Use proxy server for this connection" check box.
  5. Type the IP address and Port number, and click OK.
  6. If you are using cable or DSL, click the LAN Settings button and repeat steps 4 and 5 for the connection.
  7. Click OK to finish.
Changing Proxy Settings in Firefox
  1. Click Tools, and then click Options.
  2. Click the Advanced button in the pop-up window.
  3. After selecting the Network tab, go to Connection settings.
  4. Select Manual proxy configuration.
  5. Enter HTTP Proxy and Port Number.
  6. Click OK to finish.
Changing Proxy Settings in Mac's Safari
  1. Go to Layout and click Preferences.
  2. Click the Advanced button.
  3. Click the Change Settings button next to the "Proxies" label.
  4. In the case of a dial-up connection, select the Internet connection to which you want to change the IP address.
  5. Click on the settings.
  6. Select the checkbox labeled "Use a proxy for this connection" and enter the proxy port and the ip address.
  7. Confirm the change of the IP address by pressing the OK button.
  8. In case of LAN Connections, you need to enter the proxy ip number by clicking "LAN Settings" button after step 3.
What is DNS?

DNS, ie Domain Name System, is a hierarchically distributed naming system for computers, services, or resources connected to the Internet or to a private network. To put it simply, it is a system that matches the numerical addresses (ie IP addresses) that are easily understood by people and can be understood by computers. In a sense, DNS is a system created for people, not computers.

Let's explain this with an example. Imagine that all the district, neighborhood, street and street addresses in New York are all numbers. How hard it would be to remember, wouldn't it? Or, if you would have access to all the sites you have entered on the Internet by knowing their name by entering their IP addresses, how much would you remember? For example you would have to write instead of That's not the only challenge to deal with numbers. Domain names are usually covered by the content of the field, the name of the company serving in that field, and so on. Because it carries a meaningful relationship, it is easier to remember.

The Domain Name System converts domain name queries that are meaningful to people into IP addresses to find computer services and devices associated with that domain. As in the example above, when you type, the system will find the corresponding IP address and direct you to that address, the computer, the system, the server, etc. allows you to reach.

What is Dynamic DNS?

DDNS, ie Dynamic DNS, is a term used to keep the DNS configuration of domain names and addresses updated in real time by updating the domain name System (DNS) name servers. With dynamic DNS, a specific domain name or a given name is given to the server, device, etc. becomes accessible even if the ip address changes. Dynamic DNS updates the DNS server with new or changed records without human intervention. A unique name, device, server, etc. is often associated with IP addresses that can be changed.

Dynamic DNS works in the same way as DNS; the difference is that DNS works with static IP addresses, whereas Dynamic DNS works with both static IP addresses and supports dynamic, ie, changed IP addresses, which is assigned by a DHCP server, for example. This makes DDNS ideal for home or small networks that receive an alternating dynamic global (WAN) IP address from the Internet provider.

Dynamic DNS has two main uses:

Internet and domain-related services users use routers, gateways and computer systems to update and keep the DNS server information up-to-date to ensure that the Internet works properly and provides uninterrupted access to servers and services that are able to change digital IP addresses. This update process is called dynamic DNS update. Users connected to the Internet via an Internet Service Provider (ISP) are assigned a digital IP address by the ISP. This address may change from one session to another (dynamic IP address), which may be fixed (static IP address). Otherwise, a digital address may not be appropriate if access to a computer from another point (from a remote location) is necessary, for example, it may change when the computer is turned off and turned on. For example, suppose you need to access your home computer from a remote location. If your computer's address is known, it can be accessed via a VPN, or via a remote control program, such as a VNC server. The way to do this is to use a name server.

Let's say you want to access your computer remotely. You can access your computer remotely by taking advantage of an organization that provides Dynamic DNS services with no money or no net. Your dynamic DNS service provider allocates a unique, static domain name to your computer. A software that you install on your computer or network reports the changes to the IP address immediately to the Dynamic DNS provider, so that the provider's DNS records are updated, and the new relationship between the domain name and address is sent to Internet DNS servers, so that the new relationship updated in DNS queries is used and access to your computer is provided.

What is DNS Poisoning or Spoofing?

DNS spoofing, DNS cache poisoning, or domain name system (DNS) poisoning, adding data to the cache database of a Domain Name System (DNS) name server, or modifying the data there to change the name server's false IP addresses, and it is often an attack that leads to the attacker's computer.

When the user tries to navigate to a page (Internet address) on your computer, the request is directed to a different address. At that point, the user's computer can be loaded with worms, spyware, Web browser hacker programs, or other malicious software, or the user is trapped in a site similar to the site he or she is trying to navigate to, but may be trapped.

For example let's say you have an account in Citibank and you want to enter your account over the Internet. If your DNS cache is poisoned, that is, if the IP addresses of the entries in the cache are changed, you think you are actually entering your account in the bank, you will actually enter the Bad Account account that the attacker has prepared and your bank passwords, etc. you lose sensitive personal information. If your attacker is sufficiently skilled, and you are not careful enough, your account in your bank may become vacant.

But DNS poisoning is not just for bank accounts. Your email accounts may also be under similar threat. You can also stack your site on your computer, stack up malware, virus, etc. You can install. To avoid all of these, you must take precautions against DNS poisoning.

Prevent DNS Cache Poisoning

DNS cache poisoning can be prevented by two simple ways.

  1. Clean your DNS cache frequently.
  2. Use trusted DNS addresses against DNS poisoning, such as Google DNS or OpenDNS.
What is DHCP?

DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.

DHCP is a network configuration protocol for hosts (ie, devices connected to the network) on networks that are connected to the Internet Protocol (IP). Whether it is a computer on a local network, a printer, or any other device, each device connected to the network must have an IP address. Devices connected to IP networks must be configured to communicate with other hosts (ie, other devices connected to the network). The basic information needed in this configuration is the IP address. DHCP automatically assigns an IP address (dynamic IP address) to devices attempting to connect to the network. That is, instead of being connected to a particular IP address of the device connecting to the network, an IP address that is currently idle from a subnet or "pool" allocated to the network is allocated. For example, in a large company, computers or laptops often move, printers move from one place to another. Without DHCP, when these devices tried to connect to each network, someone had to find an IP address. But DHCP enables it to securely connect to the Internet by assigning an IP address to the computer that is relocating, rebooting, and reopening.

Basically, the DHCP assignment process develops as follows:

  1. A network-enabled device attempts to connect to the Internet (or) the network.
  2. The network requests an IP address.
  3. DHCP Server allocates (rents) a networked device to a network-enabled device by a router.
  4. DHCP updates the IP address and other configuration information on the respective network servers.
  5. The network-enabled device connects to the network by accepting the IP address.
  6. When the networked device is disconnected from the internet (network), the IP address remains idle and returns to the network's IP addresses pool.
  7. DHCP allocates this IP address to another network-enabled device.

Glossary of Internet Terms


AdSense is a context-sensitive ad program implemented by Google. In this program, web site owners can register text on the site pages and display ads with appropriate text and image. These ads are managed by Google and constitute a revenue-based revenue source. Google publishes these ads with a special code placed on the page, based on page content, user's geographic location, and other factors. For example, if the page relates to hardware, the AdSense code on the page will run ads related to hardware, or if the page is related to yacht tourism, the page will show ads for yacht tourism.


AdWords is Google's branded PPC (pay-per-click) ad service. With this method, Google advertises both search engine pages under the "Sponsor Link" and "Gooooogle ads" on the pages of Internet sites that want to run Google ads. These ads are almost always associated with site content. Sites that want to run these ads can also advertise page content on their pages by subscribing to Googe's AdSense advertising program.


Back links are active links to a website or page. The number of these links is an indication of the popularity or importance of the site in question. Google's PR algorithm, for example, relies heavily on the number (and weight, ie to what extent it is authoritarian) of these links.


Unfortunate translation of the cache, but it has nothing to do with memory. The cache in the Internet context is copies of pages visited on the user's hard disk when browsing the Internet. In the context of search engines, these are copies of web pages found in the search engine's database. For example, Google allows these copies to be tracked by the user. The copies of pages in these databases may or may not be current.

Database Driven

In the context of the internet, this means that the web page is linked to a database, and that the page content is partly or largely composed of information from these databases.

Ethical SEO

Ethical optimization studies carried out without being used by methods that are unacceptable to search engines and that can be punished when detected.

FFA (Free for All)

Pages that are publicly available, not a directory or search engine directory. Often these are link pages that are usually active for a certain period of time, and as a result, as new links are added, the old ones are pushed down and eventually discarded. In terms of link popularity, such pages are not recommended, and often refer to email in the mailbox with an unwanted stack. When you want to leave a link to the page, you will be prompted for your e-mail address. These addresses are then used either by the site owner for direct advertising, or for a certain amount of money.


Google, owned by Google Inc., is the most popular and the largest search engine currently indexing many web pages. In addition, translation of web pages, newsgroups, news search, image search, paid ads, gmail, etc. as well as many other services, such as adding new ones every day. Google controls the majority of Internet traffic, and it is indispensable for many sites in terms of both visitors and advertisements on pages.


A caption is an imprint (tag) that is often used to indicate headers in a web page and is part of the HTML language. Because of the importance of the texts highlighted by these tags, search engines can give a certain weight to the title book.


This term is often used to specify how many times an online ad has been seen by visitors to the page it was on.


Non-compiled programs written in the JavaScript programming language and run on the Internet user's computer. Javascript is provided by a number of software companies and is a clear language that everyone can use without a license. If content is included in the JavaScript code, the search engines may not see this content. Today, some search engines are known to index JavaScript programs, and although they do not show a complete success, one can expect accurate indexing one day.


Words that a user uses to find relevant web pages in search engines or directories. The keywords also play a key role in search engine optimization, as they play a key role in the interaction between the user and search engines, and because search engines also evaluate sites in their databases based on these words and display them on the result page.

Link Exchange

Link Exchange, or interchange, is the link between two separate websites, which are mutually linked to the other site. In its simplest form, site A links to site B on site A and site B links to site A on its page in response. Although it has been used extensively in the past in the context of Link popularity, there has been a recent impression that direct link exchanges have lessened the weight or importance of search engines, and Google has explicitly declared that it does not endorse such exchange programs. In order to avoid possible penalties of search engines today, more indirect link exchange methods are used. For example site A links to site B, whereas site C links to site A. In this way, the website owner aims to escape from the search engines' radar.

Machine Generated Pages

These are usually web pages that are created using a particular algorithm and often lack meaningful content. In this way, the site owner creates and uploads hundreds of pages in a few hours and tries to get ahead in the search engines. Such pages are usually a stack of keywords and are taken from the content of sites that are at the top of search engines. It will most likely be punished if the search engine is caught or reported.

Natural Links

Natural links are links that are gained as a result of qualified content that they refer to through their links on their own pages because other websites find it useful. The reason why it is called natural is that the owner of the website does not make a direct effort to win these links, and does not give anything (eg a corresponding link) in return. Major search engines give an important weight to natural connections.

Off Page Elements (Factors)

They are not directly under the control of the owner or developer of the Website. For example, Natural Links, that is, links from other websites without the direct effort of the site owner/administrator, enters this group and plays a major role in the search engine ranking, because such elements are more resistant to abuse or fraud, or at least it is assumed.


Page piracy is the use of the content of a webpage that is at the top of the search engines index in another web page by copying without the consent or knowledge of the content owner in order to increase the position of his/her own page in the ranking. Search engines can penalize such unauthorized copying.


In the context of the search engine, the user is the word or group of words that the search engine uses in the search window to find something specific. In response, the search engine finds the appropriate data sets for the query and displays it on the results page.


It is the process by which search engines place web pages in a certain order, with the most important sites taking precedence; is a numerical ranking value or score given to the relevant page based on certain search criteria.

Search Directory

A Search Directory is a site directory that differs from a search engine, although it may look like a search engine for compiling websites in databases. First, instead of automatically crawling websites and transferring them to the database, only sites that are presented to be included in the directory and accepted based on certain criteria are included. Second, these sites are organized by people. The relevant people will review the submitted site and, if deemed worthy of inclusion in the directory, will be published in the site directory under an appropriate category. Today, in addition to the Mercenary Search Guides like Yahoo, there are free guides like DMOZ. The presence of links in such search guides is considered advantageous for search engines.

Targeted Traffic

The concept of directing Internet traffic on the basis of the interest/needs of the users. The goal here is to match what the user is looking for, what he wants, and the sites that can provide them. This is of vital importance for online business because it is important that visitors rather than the number of visitors to the site are interested in the goods or services offered. Google's AdWords program is an example of such targeted traffic.

URL (Uniform Resource Locator)

It is synonymous with the Internet address and, among other things, can show the location of a web page, an email address, or a file on the FTP server.

Viral Marketing

A self-proclaimed and self-sustaining kind of marketing method. The key element here is that visitors find what they see to be extremely interesting/helpful and willing to advertise the site. The reason why it is called "viral" is that it is effective as a virus if it is successful. Someone takes your advertising material (your article, program code, etc.) and passes it on to anyone that it can reach. These methods include "suggest to a friend," "forward to a friend," "send post," electronic cards, electronic book distribution, and so on. countable.


Hypertext transfer protocol over the text, graphics, sound, animation, film, etc. computer network consisting of a large number of Internet sites offering various contents.

XML (Extensible Markup Language)

A specification developed by W3C, a version of SGML and specifically designed for web documents. This language allows developers to create their own customized tags (tag) to enable identification, transmission, validation and interpretation of data between applications and between organizations.