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German Telemedia Act (TMG)

Since 2007, the GermanTelemedia Act (TMG) has encompassed all laws relating to so-called telemedia in Germany. Telemedia includes all electronic information and communication services that are not covered by the Interstate Broadcasting Treaty or the Telecommunications Act. These include, for example, onlineShops, auction platforms, webmail services, chat services, blogs,...

Tagline

Successful companies make sure that they are remembered positively by their customers. The Tagline is a marketing tool that brands use to anchor certain characteristics in the consumer’s memory. What is a Tagline? A Tagline is a usually short and catchy phrase used in advertising and marketing. Originally derived...

Telefon Tracking

What is Telefon Tracking? Telefon Tracking is a way to measure Conversions over the phone. This kind of Conversion tracking is an important tool for success control in the field of marketing. How works Telefon Tracking was introduced because previously there was no reliable way to measure Conversions over...

Teleservices Act (TDG)

What is the Teleservices Act (TDG)? The teleservice law is called in the long form law about the use of teleservices and in the short form TDG. It was enacted in August 1997, amended 3 times and abolished in 2007. Its successor is the Telemedia Act. The reason for...

Telnet

What is Telnet? Telnet is a connection protocol that allows remote access to a remote computer via the Internet. By using text-based commands, functions can be executed on the remote computer. Almost all modern operating systems are equipped with a suitable Client. Where is Telnet used? A popular application...

TensorFlow

What is TensorFlow? TensorFlow is a platform-independent program library used for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) tasks. The software was originally developed by Google for internal use. The framework excels in a wide range of applications and enables the design of autonomous neural networks. The software offers...

Terabyte (TB)

What is a Terabyte (TB)? A Terabyte is a unit of digital information storage used to indicate the size of data. Intended Use Terabyte is most commonly used to measure the storage capacity of large storage devices. While the storage capacity of hard drives was measured in Gigabyte for...

Terminal Emulation

What does Terminal Emulation mean ? Terminal Emulation (English spelling, in German: Terminalemulation) is software that emulates a terminal. This allows interaction with the operating system on the text and command line level. In earlier times it was the usual input interface. What are the advantages of the command...

Text-to-Code-Ratio

What means Text-to-Code-Ratio Text-to-Code-Ratio is the ratio of text to programming code on web pages. Code includes HTML, Javascript and other code. Many SEO tools such as SEMrush trigger a corresponding warning message if the text to code ratio is 10% or lower. In contrast, John Mueller (Google) states...

Textspinning

At Textspinning or Article Spinning is a special writing technique, which is used especially in search engine optimization (SEO) of web projects. In the context of Textspinnings, an already existing article is rewritten, whereby new content is generated. How does Textspinning work ? In the context of the Article...

Theme Based Website

What is Theme Based Website? A Theme Based Website is the theme of a website that determines its appearance and style. The theme consists of a number of things, such as fonts and font sizes, color scheme, and other areas that affect the aesthetics of the website. The theme...

Thin Affiliate

What is Thin Affiliate? The term Thin Affiliate is used by Google to describe websites that try to pass on as many users as possible to affiliate programs such as Amazon or Ebay with inferior content. Operators of sites classified as Thin Affiliates want to make as much profit...

Thin Content

What is Thin Content? Thin Content – “thin content” – is the term defined by Google for inferior content without added value. The presence of Thin Content on your own website should be avoided in the course of search engine optimization (SEO), because it has a negative impact on...

Third-party audit

A third party audit is conducted when a company has decided to create a quality management system (QMS) that meets a standard set of requirements, such as ISO 9001, and hires an independent company to conduct an audit to verify that the company has succeeded in meeting the requirements....

Tracking pixel

A tracking pixel is a small graphic that is automatically loaded without the visitor’s consent when a web presence is accessed, allowing user behaviour to be recorded. What are the characteristics of a tracking pixel? A tracking pixel is usually a small graphic that usually has a minimum dimension...

Transport Layer Security TLS (1.0 to 1.3)

What does Transport Layer Security TLS (1.0 to 1.3) mean? Sensitive data is increasingly being exchanged on the Internet. It is common to send personal data or contract contents via e-mail as well as via web forms. To ensure secure transmission, an encrypted connection should be used. In practice,...

Trash Traffic

What is Trash Traffic? This term is used to describe the proportion of visits to a website that are the result of deliberate or inadvertent misdirection and which are not actually interested in the content of the page. Users leave the site immediately and thus generate a high Bounce...

TrustRank

What does TrustRank mean ? The term “TrustRank” refers to a special algorithm of the search engine Google. This is used to identify the trustworthiness of a website. The system pursues three goals: Spam pages should be able to be identified and sorted out at an early stage. Pages...

Tungsten Alpha

What is Wolfram Alpha? Wolfram Alpha is a semantic search engine invented by the British computer scientist Stephen Wolfram and continuously developed since 2005. In contrast to the web search at Google, where the user is shown concrete results, with Wolfram Alpha the user is rather presented with a...

Tupel

A Tupel is a mathematical definition of a so-called“ordered set of objects“. In computer science, Tupel is used, for example, to implement queries in relational databases. Tupel n and sets in comparison Basically, Tupeln, like sets, is a collection of objects grouped under a generic term. The main distinguishing...

Tweet Indexing

What is Tweet Indexing? The term Tweet Indexing refers to the Indexing of Tweets K, i.e. the short messages of the social media platform Twitter. On the one hand, this indexing is done by Twitter itself. In addition to this internal indexing, there is also the indexing of the...