Backbone The backbone is a high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway inside a network.
Backorder A backorder puts a user in line to attempt capture of a domain name before it expires and is released to the market.
Backup Most Web hosts offer backups, or copies, of data on their servers every 24 hours to prevent lost information.
Bandwidth Bandwidth is a site or connection's capacity to carry information. It plays an important role in how many visitors can efficiently download a site at one time.
Blog Blog is the abbreviation for Web log. A blog represents the opinions or thoughts of the website's author, who updates it regularly for viewing by the general public.
Blogcast A Blogcast is a blog and a podcast merged into a single website.
Blogger A Blogger is the author of a Web log.
Blogging Blogging is the act of writing and posting to a blog.
Blogosphere The blogosphere is the Internet blogging community.
Blogroll A blogroll is a list of links to other blogs located in a blog's sidebar.
Browser A browser is an application used to view and work on the Internet. Popular browsers include Internet Explorer®, Mozilla®, Firefox®, and Safari™.
Browser Report A browser report provides a detailed breakdown of popular Web browsers each time they visit a user's website.
Business Registration Business registration provides additional information in Whois database results. Customers can post business hours and other company-specific information using the business registration page.
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