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The web site is using the blog software WordPress. It is using the script jQUERY. It supports pingback. The site supports RSD. It is using the programming language PHP. It offers a sitemap for search engines. The site is advertising with the Affiliate program Google AdSense. It offers two feeds. It runs the web server Apache. The site gets the SEO advice to improve the meta description. It gets a keyword analysis.Note: the analysis shows what our system assumes to recognize. Mistakes are possible, omissions are quite probable.
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blog software WordPress
What is blog software?
Blog software is a software to run a weblog (aka blog). In a blog a blogger is publishing articles on a regular basis. Some blogs are rather personal logs about daily life, other blogs are focusing on specific topics.
Blog software is oftenly used as a simple content management system (CMS).
What are scripts?
The category scripts is collecting browser run programs. Scripts extend the functionalities of a web site with interactive or dynamic elements, and they are used for user tracking purposes.
pingback - automatische feedback for links
A pingback is the way for a blog, to inform another blog about setting a link to it. In other words: "Hey, I just quoted your article x in my article y!"
The mechanism is on quite popular with blogs. The pingbacks should be moderated to avoid pingback spam, though.
RSD - Really Simple Discovery for blogs
The RSD mechanism simplifies the usage of external editors for a blog. RSD is providing the necessary settings; without the blogger would have to edit the editor settings manually.
What are interfaces?
The topic interfaces collects the technical communication standards proclaimed by a web site.
Various - PHP
PHP - web programming language (Version 5.4.45)
PHP is the most frequently used programming language for web applications. Most of the web content management systems (web CMSs) are programmed in PHP.
PHP is freely available under a number of free licenses.
Various - Sitemap
Sitemap - the site is offering a sitemap for search engines
A sitemap for search engines is a listing of all pages of a web site. It is encoded according the the Sitemaps XML Protocol. A sitemaps helps the search engines to learn quickly which pages exist and when they were changed. This helps to produce better search results.
Search engines learn about a sitemap usually by one of the following ways:
- An entry in a site's robots.txt control file. This is a central configuration for all search engines. The robots.txt file gets a line with the address of the sitemap as follows: Sitemap: http://webmastercoffee.com/sitemap.gz
- Ping a search engine. You need to ping each search engine seperately at its ping interface address. Possible advantage: you control, which engines are going to see your sitemap and which don't.
The sitemap finds at: http://triptravels.info/sitemap.xml.
The category various collects noteworthy features of a web site, which aren't fitting into another category.
Affiliate program Google AdSense for content
Google AdSense for the content of web pages
Google AdSense for content is one of the internet's major advertising formats. Web site owners insert a placeholder on their pages and let it fill with Google advertisements. Google tries to insert ads matching the page's content. Valid clicks on these ads result in some revenue for the page's owner. And, as one might easily forget, in some cost for this ads' Google AdWords advertiser.
What are Affiliate Programs?
Affilate programs are cooperations between publisher and advertiser. The publishers display advertising means on their sites. The advertisers pay for the ads. The most common pricing options are: pps (pay per sale), ppl (pay per lead) and most relevant for Google's AdSense system ppc (pay per click).
Often, publishers and advertisers are using the services of affiliate networks to get into contact. Think of them as ad brokers. Affiliate networks are collecting the ad revenues for the publishers and check for click fraud for the advertisers.
feed - RSS
feed - RSS
What are feeds?
Internet feeds are the common name for a kind of news ticker. It is actually a collection of articles in a specific technical format. Feed reader programs are polling these articles in regular intervals. Some will load their feeds directly from the source, other will load them from a central news collector (feed aggregator). The most commonly used feed formats are RSS and the newer standard Atom.
Web server Apache
Apache HTTP server (Version 2.4.23)
The web server Apache HTTP is by far the world's most often used web server. It is the Apache Software Foundation's best known product, wearing a feather as its symbol. Apache HTTP server is distributed under the terms of the Apache license. It is a free open source product.
Web server hello text: Apache/2.4.23
What is a web server?
As soon as you load a website with you browser you have been practically communicating with a web server. Your browser has sent the address of the site you want to visit to a web server system belonging to the address. The web server then collected the content for this address and delivered it to your browser.
The most commonly used web server is the free system Apache HTTP (version 1 and 2). It is followed by various versions of Microsofts commercial Webserver IIS.
The keyword analysis is examining the frequency of the words on a web page together with their location.
This page consists of 756 words in page text, page title, page description and the page's URL. Of these count 612 as keywords. Please note: the keywords from a potential meta keywords entry are ignored. The 20 keywords and key phrases (of upto five words) most frequently used on this page are:
SEO Meta description
Tip for the pages meta descriptionThe page has no meta description.
Search engines use up to about 150 characters of the meta description for their search summaries. A good description should comprise of at least about 8 words and should necessarily be individual for each page. You can set up the meta description in the <head>-section of the HTML page as follows:
<meta name="description" content="Individual description of the page with at least about ten words.">
SEO - onsite information
The topic SEO (search engine optimization) gets information about the onsite structure of web sites. It gives you valuable knowledge to optimize the structure of a web site to be better found by the search engines.
On site optimization is a specific part of SEO. It deals about a good legibility and link structure of a site. Common tips are e.g. to use good headlines and well formulated individual page descriptions, to use 'clean' URLs and to concipate a sound internal linking structure.