- traveling or going inward
- Basketball inbounds
Inbound traffic on a city freeway.
An example of inbound is the freeway that goes toward the city center.
transitive verbin·bound·ed, in·bound·ing, in·bounds
(comparative more inbound, superlative most inbound)
- Coming in, heading inwards
(third-person singular simple present inbounds, present participle inbounding, simple past and past participle inbounded)
- (basketball) To pass a ball inbounds
- Smith inbounds the ball to Johnson.
- (logistics) An inbound shipment.
in + bound
- Techniques such as relevant content, inbound links, metatag content and more all play a part in aiding a search engine to position a website as high as possible on its results pages.
- Even for those businesses who don't sell a product or service online, there is no argument today that inbound traffic to your site is the most important contributor to your success.
- These centers typically employ a large number of telephone customer service representatives who handle inbound calls from customers inquiring about product service and orders.
- By logging events such as an inbound sales lead, a sales presentation or a customer service call, theoretically an organization can provide better service to its customers.
- In general, inbound links from other websites are good for search engine placement as they count almost as an endorsement of the website.