week 12 topic questions

1.What do the following terms mean? 

High bounce rate-the percentage of people who arrive on your site and leave without visiting a second page.

Key words- The words you type in the search engines to find contents on the internet

Average Page Depth-it is the average number of pages on a site that visitors view during a single session.

click through rate-the proportion of visitors to a web page who follow a hypertext link to a particular site.

cookie-information that a web site puts on your hard disk so that it can remember something about you at a later time.

Hyperlink-an electronic link providing direct access from one distinctively marked place in a hypertext or hypermedia document to another in the same or a different document

Navigation- refers to the process of navigating a network of information resources in the World Wide Web, which is organized as hypertext or hypermedia.

Paige view-an instance of an Internet user visiting a particular page on a website.

Absolute Unique Visitors-is a “visitortype” report that will count each visitor to your website only once during the date range you have selected

URL- the address of a World Wide Web page.

Visitor Session-the presence of a user with a specific IP address who has not visited the site recently

Comparison shopping– is a consumer pricing activity employed to locate the best product deals.

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Week 11 topic questions

Select five applications that you have not heard of before from Popular URL’s and describe on your blog page how they could be useful to a business.

Youtube- this could be useful to a business because if a popular youtube review a shopping item that a business sold then they would require more buyers.

https://www.yelp.com.au/sydney- this site can help business by being able to see their reviews and therefore take on that feedback and make improvements.

Facebook- by a business being involved with Facebook they can get their business out to the world due to the site being so popular

https://www.lifehacker.com.au/?r=US this site can help an individual improve their business

http://www.shakelaw.com this site provides information on the legalities involved in operating your own small business.

Week 10 topic questions

Questions
1) What is meant by the following statements?
-Trust is not associative (non-symmetric)
Trust is not associative means, that if someone trust another person that person may not trust that individual back.
-Trust is not transitive
Trust is not transitive means that just because an individual trust a person that doesn’t mean they are going to trust everyone that the person knows.
-Trust is always between exactly 2 parties
This means for there to be trust available there needs to be to individuals involved trust can’t happen without two people.
-Trust will involve either direct trust or recommender trust
Direct trust means trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved. While recommender trust is when one individual trust another individual because of a third party.

2a) Have a look at the following websites. What are some of the elements that have been incorporated to increase your trust in the sites? If there are also some aspects which decrease your level of trust describe them as well.

http://www.opencolleges.edu.au

-Open colleges has reviews that even have the word ‘trust pilot’ stated as the review name.

http://www.creditunionsa.com.au/

-credit unions a seems trust worthy because of the privacy policy that they have intact

http://www.thinkgeek.com

this website doesn’t seem that trust worth by looking at the layout but it does have a privacy and security statement and customers can leave reviews

https://stripe.com

Stipe’s layout seems inviting and just worth, it also has a privacy policy statement

2b) Find a web site yourself that you think looks untrustworthy.

https://www.onlinediscountshop.com.au didn’t’t seem trustworthy because I could find a privacy policy and there were pop ups.