What does wiki mean?

WebSanity Internet Marketing logoWe’ve all heard of the sites Wikipedia and Wikileaks, but there are other sites that you might not have heard of using the term, such as bizwiki.com – a site all businesses should consider using to create a factual entry about themselves as part of their SEO strategy.

But what does wiki mean?

In practice the term is often used by sites that can be ‘collabratively edited’ – such as wikipedia. However, strictly speaking wiki is a term derived from the Hawaiian word wikiwiki, meaning quick.

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