Here’s the Complete Glossary of Every SEO Term You Need to Know


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Like every other technique, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has its own specific definitions, abbreviations and terms used to explain how it works. 

This glossary has common terms you’re likely to come across while creating SEO strategies or researching SEO.

Alphabetical List of Every SEO Term and Their Definitions


Above the Fold

The content that shows at the very top of a website before a user scrolls. This term came into existence because of the Google update in 2012.


A set of computer programs that are used by search engines to process what users search for and deliver the results for their queries.

Alt text

A code that provides the information used by search engines and screen readers to understand the content of an image. Screen readers are used by visually impaired people.

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) 

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open-source code that allows a desktop-first page to be delivered faster on mobile phones. Although Google said it’s not a ranking factor, there are some past speculations that AMP might be a ranking factor.


Collecting, analyzing, and interpreting available data to provide information on the current and past statuses of your projects. The data can be used to help plan your future strategies. 

For example, Google Analytics provides information to help your business gain more insights when marketing.

Anchor Text

This is the clickable word that has a link embedded in it. It’s like the word linking to an article or website. For example, if I create a link to ask users to visit an article on “Technical SEO Basics” then “Technical SEO Basics” is regarded as the anchor text.


API stands for Application Programming Interface. It is software that helps two or more computer programs communicate with each other.


The combination of search engine signals that are used to assess websites and webpages to determine their ranking in search results.



Also called “inbound links”, these are links from other websites that point to your website.


This is a popular search engine in China and was founded in 2000 by Robin Li and Eric Xu.


Bing is owned by Microsoft and it replaced their Microsoft Life search in 2009. As the result of a deal between Yahoo and Microsoft, Bing powers every organic search result on Yahoo.

Black Box

Black box occurs in a situation where the user cannot see the inner workings of an algorithm.

Black Hat

It is a set of techniques that go against the rules of search engines in order to manipulate rankings.


Formerly known as weblogs, a blog is a piece of content that is written for information purposes on websites.

Bounce Rate 

It is the percentage of visitors to a website who leave without visiting any other page on the site.


An automated software that moves around the search engine and internet at large to collect ranking information about websites.


This is an element on a website that shows the user where they are on a webpage.

Broken link

It is a link that gives a 404 error because it cannot be found. A link can get broken if a website goes offline, a web page gets removed or changed without implementing a redirect.


Also called a web browser, it is application software that lets you access information on the web.



A setting that temporarily stores contents on a webpage, like images,to reduce loading time.

Cached page

A web page that has been saved by a search engine on its servers or by a user’s browser on the device.

Canonical URL

A code that helps to identify a preferred website URL when there is a use of multiple URLs that have similar content to stop it from duplicating.

Country-code Top Level Domain (ccTLD)

A top domain name for a country code. An example is a company present in the United Kingdom having a domain like This means the ccTLD is ‘uk.’


In SEO, a citation is any online mention of a brand name, address or phone number. They are usually found in community profiles, website resource lists and so on.


Content that is written to entice users to read, they are usually written using misleading headlines and over-promising words.

Click depth

The number of clicks it takes to go from the home page to a destination on a website. The more clicks it takes, the fewer chances it has to be crawled by Google. Google considers pages that are closest to the homepage to be more authoritative.

Click Through Rate (CTR)

Click-Through Rate (CTR) is the rate in percentage that users click on organic search results or an ad. It can be used to measure how well your website keywords and ads are performing.



This is a violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines where content made available to search engines differs from content made available to users.

Content Management System (CMS)

A web-based application that allows people to create, upload and manage content on a website without the need for specialized knowledge.


How frequently two websites are mentioned together by a different website. It’s the way search engines recognize similar content.

Code to Text ratio

The amount of text on a page compared to the amount of code that was used to build the page.

Comment Spam

These are comments written on the web that are mostly off the topic and self-promotion, usually posted by spambots.


Words, images, audio or videos that pass across information that is meant to be consumed by users. This is a significant ranking factor on search engines.


This is when a user completes a desired action on a website. For example, completing a purchase or filling out a form.

Conversion Rate

This is the rate in percentage at which website users complete a desired action.


It is often used in SEO research to find relationships that exist between different elements in search rankings.


The process of gathering information from the internet issuing crawlers (bots) to identify, update, and organize web pages in search engine index.

Crawl Error

These are URLs that a bot is unable to crawl and URLs that show up as an error.


Dead-End Page 

A webpage that links to no other webpage.


A link pointing to other webpages besides the home page.

Deep Link Ratio

The ratio of the deep links compared to the links present on your website homepage.


This is when search engines like Google remove your website temporarily or permanently from search results. It’s often as punishment for violating Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.

Direct Traffic

Traffic generated when users navigate to a website by typing the URL directly into the browser or clicking on a bookmark.


This is removing spam content from a link profile, it is mostly done by Google Disavow Tool. It tells Google to ignore the spam links so that your ranking is not affected.


This is a short form for Domain Name Server and it allows domain names to be linked to IP addresses.

Domain Names

This is a website address that ends with extensions such as .com, .org, or .net.

An example is 

Types of Domain Extentions
Types of Domain Extentions

Domain Authority

The strength that a website has built over time that can help it rank highly in search results.

Domain History

A record that includes backlinks and personal information about the previous owners of a domain. 

Doorway Page 

These are web pages that are created to rank in search engines for specific keywords, they redirect users who click on the page to a different website. 

Duck Duck Go

It is a search engine founded in September 2008. It is recognized for its heavy focus on user privacy.

Duplicate Content 

This is when a large amount of content on one webpage is similar to, or the same, as the content that exists elsewhere on the same website or a different website.

Dwell Time 

It is the amount of time a user takes to click on a search result and then return to the Search Engine Results Page from a website. A short dwell time may mean low-quality content to search engines.



Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness are signals that Google uses to determine quality content although not considered a direct ranking factor.

Editorial links

A link that is given by one website to another without the recipient asking or paying for it.

Engagement Metrics

Methods used to measure how users interact with web pages and content. Examples of engagement metrics are click-through rate, conversion rate, and bounce rate.


First Link Priority

A concept used in internal linking that allows Google prioritize the first link used when there are other links on a webpage pointing to the same page.


This is new, or recently updated, content published online.



Google is a search engine founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 and unarguably the most widely used search engine in the world.

Google Analytics 

A web analytics program that is used to track audience behaviour, traffic acquisition sources, and content performance.

Google Bomb

A practice that is intended to make a website rank number one for a controversial search phrase. 

Google Bot

A web crawler that Google uses to discover and add new websites and web pages to its index.

Google Dance

A term used by Google in 2002 for the period Google updated its search index.

Google Hummingbird 

A search algorithm that was created in 2013. The purpose of Hummingbird was to better understand the search queries rather than certain keywords in order to provide better results for users.

Google Panda Algorithm

A Google algorithm that was created to reduce the visibility of low-value content.

Google Penguin Algorithm 

A major algorithm that is used to reduce the visibility of overly-optimized sites or sites that have gone overboard with SEO tactics.

Google RankBrain

A major Google algorithm introduced in 2015. RankBrain is involved in every query and is used to determine the most relevant search results for rankings. It’s an important ranking factor on Google as a search engine.

Google Search Console

Google’s Search Console has features that can monitor sites for indexing errors and site speed. It is also used to communicate manual action notifications.

Google Trends

A website created by Google where you can explore information on the latest search trends, stories, and topics.

Google Webmaster Guidelines 

A set of rules by Google to guide sites on good website optimization practices and illegal practices that can cause manual action such as deindexing a page or website.

Gray Hat

Techniques that fall in between adhering to Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and bending the rules.

Guest Blogging

A link-building tactic that means developing content for other websites in exchange for a backlink to your site.



Headings help to separate content into sections.


This is a Heading 1 tag, it mostly contains the keywords that will be used in the page content.

Head Term

A popular keyword with high search volume that is usually difficult to rank for.

Hidden Text

Any text that can’t be seen by users and is intended to manipulate search rankings. This technique is against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and can lead to a penalty for the site.

An example is adding a text that is too small to be read.

Hyperlink-Induced Topic Search

Hyperlink-Induced Topic Search (HITS) is a link analysis algorithm that assesses the value of a site’s content, inbound links and outbound links. 


The introductory or default webpage of a website.


Hypertext Markup Language are tags for specific code that can be used to improve the effectiveness of SEO.


Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is how data is transferred from a website to a web browser so users can access it.


Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encrypt data transferred between a website and a web browser.

Hub Page

A page that is dedicated to a specific keyword or topic and is constantly updated and linked to relevant information.


Inbound Link

A link to a webpage that comes from an external website. For example, every link to another website that you come across in this article is regarded as an inbound link.


Commonly  referred to as a search engine database, it is used to store and retrieve information that is gathered by crawlers.


How easily a search engine bot can identify, understand and add a website or webpage to its index.

Indexed Page 

This refers to a web page that has been crawled by a search engine bot and added to the index. An indexed page is eligible to appear in search results.

Internal Link

An internal link is a hyperlink that allows users to navigate fto anoa ge on a website.

IP Address

Short form for Internet Protocol Address, it’s generated when websites share an address within one server or a group of servers. A dedicated IP address can boost site speed.


JavaScript (JS)

A programming language that lets websites insert content, links, metadata, and more.



A specific word, phrase or term that sites target for SEO. They are used to determine what users search for and how relevant specific content is. 

Keywords are usually found in questions, statements and ideas. Keywords also help search engines determine what to show the searcher.

Keyword Cannibalization

Competition that happens when multiple pages from the same website rank for a query on SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). This may result in lower click-through rates and diminish the site authority.

Keyword Density

How often a word or phrase shows up within the content of a webpage.

Keyword Research 

The process of discovering relevant topics or topics that users search for and also finding the volume and competition level of those terms.

Keyword Prominence

When a keyword is placed as high as possible on a web page to influence the ranking for a search term.

Keyword Stuffing

Adding irrelevant keywords or repeating keywords unnaturally in a blog post to help it to rank well.

Knowledge Panel

A box that appears only on desktop sites and it contains information on people, places, images, and links related to the search.


Key Performance Indicator is a metric used to know if business targets and goals are being reached.


Landing Page

A web page that was created to capture leads and generate conversions for a particular product or service. It’s a page the user lands on when they want to make the purchase.

Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI)

A method created to help search engines to identify the correct context of a word.

Lazy Loading

A way of stopping the loading of media on a webpage until it’s needed, it’s often used to improve page speed.


A person who may be interested in the products or services you have to offer.


The connection between two websites using HTML code, it helps users to move through different websites and is very important in how search engines rank content.

Link Building

A process to acquire relevant websites to link to your website to improve ranking and visibility.

Link Equity

The value of the inbound links on a web page, in terms of authority, relevance and trust.

Link Profile

This refers to every link that points to a particular website.

Link Stability

This is when a link stays on a page for a while and remains unchanged or updated. 

Log File

A file that contains and keeps users’ information like IP addresses, browser used, date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and the number of clicks.

Long-Tail Keyword

Long-tail keywords can be highly popular multiple words that show high purchase intent or less popular keywords that have low search volume and are easy to rank for. 


Machine Learning

A branch of artificial intelligence that uses data to learn and adjust complex processes without help from human.

Manual Action

This is a Google term that means penalty, it usually happens after a website has been reviewed and found to have violated the webmaster guidelines. It can be targeted at the entire website or the specific webpage.

Meta Description

A tag written to be added as a description of webpage content, although this isn’t a ranking factor, it can increase organic click-through rates and encourage readers to read the blog post. 

Meta Keywords

A specific keyword written in the meta description to show relevance.

Meta Tag

Meta tags are snippets of text that show a page’s content, although it doesn’t appear on the page itself, they are seen on the page’s source code.


Indicators of activity or performance that are measured to assess the success or failure of an SEO effort.


Negative SEO

A vicious practice where webspam techniques are used to damage the search rankings of another website, usually a competitor.


A specific area of interest for a particular kind of product or service that can be studied and applied to businesses and industries. For example, an SEO writer that has niched down in Technical SEO.

No Archive Tag

A meta tag that tells search engines not to store a cached copy of your page.

No follow Attribute

This is a meta tag that notifies search engines not to follow an outbound link. This happens when a website doesn’t want to pass authority to another webpage or the outbound link is a paid link. 

An example of a  nofollow attribute is like this 

<semrush=”” rel=”nofollow”>Anchor text goes here</a>

No Index Tag

It’s a meta tag that tells search engines not to index a specific webpage in its index.

No Snippet Tag

This is a meta tag that tells search engines not show meta descriptions for your search results.


Off-Page SEO

This is every SEO effort that happens outside a website. This can include social media marketing, email marketing, influencer marketing and more.

On-Page SEO

This is every SEO-focused activity that takes place within a website. This includes creating high-quality content, optimizing title races, website navigation, URL structure and so on.

Organic Search

This refers to natural and unpaid search information that appears on the results page. They are analysed and ranked by algorithms to give users relevant results based on their search query. 

Orphan Page

This is any webpage that doesn’t contain a link to any other pages on the same website. 

Outbound Links

This is referred to as a link that directs site visitors to a page on a different website than the one they are currently on.



PageRank is the system and method that Google uses to rank pages and it shows the numerical value assigned to pages as shown on search results. The links to your site from other sites can help to increase your PageRank.

Page Speed

The period it takes for a webpage to completely load, it’s considered a ranking factor.

Page View

A web page loaded in a browser.

Paid Search

These are referred to as pay-per-click advertisements that appear above and sometimes below the organic results on search engines.

Private Blog Network

A Private Blog Network (PBN) is a network of authoritative websites that are used to build backlinks for a website.


Short form for Hypertext Preprocessor, it’s a language used to create dynamic content on webpages.


An act of duplicating a particular content word for word on your website without permission from the original owner. Search engines reduce the organic search ranks for content that infringes copyright.

PPC (Pay Per Click)

A form of advertising where advertisers are charged a certain amount for every time a user clicks on an advert.



Query Deserves Freshness occurs in a situation where a search engine might decide to show newer posts in search results (rather than older pages) if a particular search term is trending, or a news event is high in searches.

Quality Content

This is referred to as content that helps you achieve business or marketing goals like making sales, getting more engagement etc.

Quality Link

An inbound link that is from an authoritative, relevant or trusted website.


A word, words,key phrases or a question that a user enters into a search engine.



The position of a webpage within the organic search results for a specific query.

Ranking Factor 

A set of components that contribute to determining where web pages should appear in the organic search results for a query.

Reciprocal Link

This is when two websites agree to exchange links with one another.


A technique that directs a user to a different, but also relevant, webpage rather than the one they initially clicked on. 

There are two types of redirects and they are:

  1. 301: Permanent
  2. 302: Temporary 


It is defined as URL data that specifies the origin of a user’s webpage request.


The process of asking a search engine to return a website or blog post that has been deindexed back to its search index.


This is the way search engines measure how close the content of a web page is aligned to match the context of a query made.

Response Website 

A website designed to automatically adapt to a user’s screen size, whether it’s being viewed on a desktop or mobile device.

Rich Snippet 

This is data added to the HTML of a website for contextual information to the search engine while crawling. The information can be displayed on result pages for further information.


A text file that tells search engine crawlers the areas of the website that should be ignored.


Return on Investment (ROI) is a way to measure the performance of SEO activities. It is obtained by dividing how much revenue is earned by organic search by the cost of the total investment made on the specific thing.



This is microdata that is added to a webpage to create a rich snippet that appears in search results.


A technique used to copy website content or information using a computer program or script. For example, search engines like Google use scrap data to build a searchable index of webpages and sites.

Search Engine

A computer program that allows users to enter a word or words to retrieve information from sites. Examples are Google, Bing, Yahoo, Baidu and others.

Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

This is a term used to mean a kind of marketing done on search engines with the aim to increase a website’s visibility and it includes both paid and organic activities.


Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing a website, this helps to ensure that the site and its content appear in prominent positions in search engine results. 

Search Engine Results Page (SERP)

This is the page displayed by search engines to users after searching. It usually contains about 10 organic search results, sorted by relevance and other factors like rich snippets, images, news, videos and so on.

Search History

A record stored by search engines that contains every search user’s query, every web page visited, and every ad clicked on. Search engines use this data majorly to suggest for the users based on perceived interest.

Site Links

These are the links that appear below a search result on the SERP.


This is a record of pages on a website. The two types of sitemaps are:

  • HTML: A sitemap organized by topics to help users navigate a website.
  • XML: A sitemap that provides crawlers with a list of web pages on a website.

Social Media

Platforms that allow users to interact with each other, as well as create, share, and consume content.

Social Signal

It’s a factor that shows authority and influence on popular social network websites. An example is a user authority on Twitter.

Spirit Testing

This is a controlled experiment that is used to compare two or more web pages to measure the effects of different factors.

SSL Certificate

This is a digital certificate that is licensed for a website’s identity authentication and to be able to use HTTPS.

Status Codes

It is a code website used to respond to a server when a link is clicked, a file is requested, a form is submitted and any activity. 

A common example of an HTTP status code is 404 (Not Found)


This is a separate section that exists within the main domain. 

An example is  is a subdomain that exists within the main domain of



This involves organizing and categorizing websites to maximize content findability and help users complete queries.

Time On Page

This is an estimation of how long a user spent on a particular web page, if your page has a high exit rate it can greatly affect your ranking since search engines will assume you have irrelevant content.

Title Tag

This is a meta tag that acts as the title of a webpage. It should include relevant keywords to help the search engines display it on search results.

Thin Content

It’s content that adds little or no value to a site visitor.

Top-Level Domain (TLD)

This is the extension of a given web address and they include:

.com, .org, .net, .info


This refers to the amount of visitors your website gets.


It simply means the history of a domain, it includes if it has a positive reputation, follows the webmaster guidelines, has verified sources and so on. 


User-Generated Content (UGC)

This includes any form of content either texts, videos, comments, reviews, etc. that are created by users.

Universal Search

This happens when search engines get data from multiple databases to display on the same SERP. Results can include images, videos, news and location.

Unnatural Link

These are links that are considered suspicious or deceptive and using these links can warrant a manual action.


The short form of Uniform Resource Locator and it’s the specific string of characters that lead to a resource on the web. It’s usually the terms we enter into a browser to load a webpage.


This refers to how easy it is for people to use and navigate your website. Different factors may affect usability but you ensure your site is usable for many people as possible.

User Experience (UX)

This is the feeling users have after interacting with a brand, its online presence, and its product or services.


Vertical Search

This is a specialized type of search where the focus is only on a specific topic or type of content. Examples are using YouTube for video-related content, Amazon for shopping items, and Yelp for business reviews.

Virtual Assistant

This is a bot that uses natural language processing to perform tasks like conducting web searches. An example is Apple’s Siri.


This refers to the positions and authority a website occupies within the organic search results.

Voice Search

This is a type of search that is done by voice, it allows users to speak into a device, mostly smartphones, to ask questions or search online.



This is a page that exists on the internet and can be accessed by web browsers.


This is a collection of web pages hosted together on the World Wide Web (Internet). 

Website Navigation 

This is how a website connects its web pages to help visitors navigate that site easily.


These are methods that exist solely to deceive search engine algorithms and users.

White Hat

It’s referred to as tactics that comply with Webmaster Guidelines.

Word Count

The total number of words that appear within the copy of the content. 


A popular blogging and content management system used by writers and companies. 



Extensible Markup Language is a language search engines use to comprehend website data.

XML Site Map

A list of all the pages on a website that search engines need to know.



It’s a search engine that was most popular in the ‘90s and was the most popular search engine used before Google took over. Since 2010, Yahoo’s organic search results have been powered by Bing.


This is the most popular search engine in Russia, It was founded in 1997 by Arkady Volozh and Ilya Segalovich.


You have come to the end of this comprehensive glossary, and you should have learned something new. 
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Inioluwa Ademuwagun is a content marketing professional with many years of experience in writing content that drives sales. She has worked with different clients from Europe and North America. She’s passionate about writing and using social media for the right purposes. She loves to travel the world and is looking to be a globetrotter soon.

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  • To manage Your requests: To attend and manage Your requests to Us.

  • For business transfers: We may use Your information to evaluate or conduct a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of Our assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding, in which Personal Data held by Us about our Service users is among the assets transferred.

  • For other purposes: We may use Your information for other purposes, such as data analysis, identifying usage trends, determining the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns and to evaluate and improve our Service, products, services, marketing and your experience.

We may share Your personal information in the following situations:

  • With Service Providers: We may share Your personal information with Service Providers to monitor and analyze the use of our Service, to contact You.
  • For business transfers: We may share or transfer Your personal information in connection with, or during negotiations of, any merger, sale of Company assets, financing, or acquisition of all or a portion of Our business to another company.
  • With Affiliates: We may share Your information with Our affiliates, in which case we will require those affiliates to honor this Privacy Policy. Affiliates include Our parent company and any other subsidiaries, joint venture partners or other companies that We control or that are under common control with Us.
  • With business partners: We may share Your information with Our business partners to offer You certain products, services or promotions.
  • With other users: when You share personal information or otherwise interact in the public areas with other users, such information may be viewed by all users and may be publicly distributed outside.
  • With Your consent: We may disclose Your personal information for any other purpose with Your consent.

Retention of Your Personal Data

The Company will retain Your Personal Data only for as long as is necessary for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy. We will retain and use Your Personal Data to the extent necessary to comply with our legal obligations (for example, if we are required to retain your data to comply with applicable laws), resolve disputes, and enforce our legal agreements and policies.

The Company will also retain Usage Data for internal analysis purposes. Usage Data is generally retained for a shorter period of time, except when this data is used to strengthen the security or to improve the functionality of Our Service, or We are legally obligated to retain this data for longer time periods.

Transfer of Your Personal Data

Your information, including Personal Data, is processed at the Company’s operating offices and in any other places where the parties involved in the processing are located. It means that this information may be transferred to — and maintained on — computers located outside of Your state, province, country or other governmental jurisdiction where the data protection laws may differ than those from Your jurisdiction.

Your consent to this Privacy Policy followed by Your submission of such information represents Your agreement to that transfer.

The Company will take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that Your data is treated securely and in accordance with this Privacy Policy and no transfer of Your Personal Data will take place to an organization or a country unless there are adequate controls in place including the security of Your data and other personal information.

Disclosure of Your Personal Data

Business Transactions

If the Company is involved in a merger, acquisition or asset sale, Your Personal Data may be transferred. We will provide notice before Your Personal Data is transferred and becomes subject to a different Privacy Policy.

Law enforcement

Under certain circumstances, the Company may be required to disclose Your Personal Data if required to do so by law or in response to valid requests by public authorities (e.g. a court or a government agency).

Other legal requirements

The Company may disclose Your Personal Data in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to:

  • Comply with a legal obligation
  • Protect and defend the rights or property of the Company
  • Prevent or investigate possible wrongdoing in connection with the Service
  • Protect the personal safety of Users of the Service or the public
  • Protect against legal liability

Security of Your Personal Data

The security of Your Personal Data is important to Us, but remember that no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. While We strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect Your Personal Data, We cannot guarantee its absolute security.

Children’s Privacy

Our Service does not address anyone under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 13. If You are a parent or guardian and You are aware that Your child has provided Us with Personal Data, please contact Us. If We become aware that We have collected Personal Data from anyone under the age of 13 without verification of parental consent, We take steps to remove that information from Our servers.

If We need to rely on consent as a legal basis for processing Your information and Your country requires consent from a parent, We may require Your parent’s consent before We collect and use that information.

Links to Other Websites

Our Service may contain links to other websites that are not operated by Us. If You click on a third party link, You will be directed to that third party’s site. We strongly advise You to review the Privacy Policy of every site You visit.

We have no control over and assume no responsibility for the content, privacy policies or practices of any third party sites or services.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may update Our Privacy Policy from time to time. We will notify You of any changes by posting the new Privacy Policy on this page.

We will let You know via email and/or a prominent notice on Our Service, prior to the change becoming effective and update the “Last updated” date at the top of this Privacy Policy.

You are advised to review this Privacy Policy periodically for any changes. Changes to this Privacy Policy are effective when they are posted on this page.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, You can contact us:

  • By email: