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Query Understanding: An efficient way how to deal with long tail queries

Query Understanding: An efficient way how to deal with long tail queries

Our data shows that when people search for a certain product, most of them use roughly 1.5 words. These short queries unfortunately make it hard for full-text search to offer them relevant results. While there is improvement to be found in using filters, there are often so many that it can be confusing. One of the ways to make searching more effective is to use the ‘learning to rank’ approach, which creates an optimal ranking of results. However, even this machine-learning method is not all-mighty – and that’s why we’ve come up with Query Understanding, a great companion to ‘learning to rank’.

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How should you paginate search results on your website?

How should you paginate search results on your website?

The best way is sure to surprise you.

In the context of websites and eCommerce sites in particular, search result pagination is the process of splitting long lists of items into separate parts – namely, pages. If a user searches for something on a website and many items are returned, pagination will divide these results into several pages and thus show the user only one chunk at a time.

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Luigi’s Box Won a 2018 Search Industry Award in London

Luigi’s Box Won a 2018 Search Industry Award in London

We’re happy to announce that we’ve recently received a Search Industry Award for the “Most Promising Start-Up” by the Information Retrieval Specialist Group under the British Computer Society (BCS).
The BCS jury appreciated the analytical features of Luigi’s Box that reveal eye-opening truths about any search engine.

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What Site Search Data Can Teach Your Ecommerce Brand About Buyer Intent

What Site Search Data Can Teach Your Ecommerce Brand About Buyer Intent

Internal site search may seem like an obvious addition to any ecommerce store, and it is — that’s why it’s fairly rare for an online retailer to forgo the inclusion of a search bar at the top of their website. But its power goes far beyond simply helping customers to find what they are looking for sooner. Here’s what you need to know about site search data and what it tells you about buyer intent.

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How good is your search?

How good is your search?

Have you ever wondered about performance of search & navigation of your site?

It probably makes sense to you, but does it make sense to your visitors? Is their search experience quick and smooth or do they often struggle to find relevant search results?

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