This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.
From our last post, once you have understood the The purpose of Google’s Page Quality Rating and what defines the quality of that web page, it is important that your are familiar with some definitions Google spells in the document.
Google is defines the following as;
A webpage is connected to the World Wide Web and can be viewed or “visited” using a web browser (e.g., Chrome), a browser on your phone, or a search app. Webpages can contain text, images, videos, and interactive content that changes with user input.
A URL is a character string which your web browser uses to “find” and display a webpage. It is the address of the webpage on the world wide web.
A website or site is a group of World Wide Web pages usually containing hyperlinks to each other and made available online by an individual, company, educational institution, government, or organization. A website is defined by a unique domain name on the world wide web.
A homepage of a website is the main page of the site. It is usually the first page that users see when the site loads when only the domain name is specified.
A subpage is any page that is NOT the home page.
A webmaster is the person who is responsible for maintaining a website.
If you do Search Engine Optimization or you are involved with Google or search, you’ll come across these words and phrases.