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Tips For Getting Started With Cludo Search

The process of buying and installing new technology can be daunting. Faced with the rate of change in the technology space, not to mention the ever-changing needs and expectations of their customers, many organizations suffer from paralysis by analysis- fearful to commit to a new solution and the learning and process curve it entails. At Cludo, we’re committed to making things quick and easy

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Site Search: A Missed Marketing Opportunity?

Site search is one of the most important ways to communicate with and understand the behaviors of website visitors. On average, 1 in 3 visitors[1] to a website will use the search function to find specific content they are looking for- these visitors are more likely to convert versus a user who browses using standard site navigation. This is because site search users tend to be “objective

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Are You Ready for GDPR?

With less than five months before the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect, there are several key steps businesses need to take. The GDPR is an opportunity for states in the European Union (EU) to ensure their citizen’s data is protected and safeguarded against potential harmful entities. Its intent is to unify initiatives for data and privacy protection across the

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Cludo Customer Meetup

In late November Cludo hosted 2 listening & learning sessions with our Danish customers in Copenhagen & Jylland. Customers had the opportunity to hear about new product development, learn how to get more out of Cludo, as well as offer us feedback on how we can make our product better. The knowledge exchange was of tremendous value to both our customers as well as Cludo.

As part of the

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Cludo Product Enhancements

At Cludo we're constantly striving to bring you a better product. The key considerations we take into account when developing new functionality are technical innovations in our field, changing market conditions, and most importantly, feedback from our customers. If you are a Cludo customer, or even evaluating our product, as an agile company we encourage you to continue communicating your needs

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5 Killer Tips From Cludo’s Search Consultants

Cludo’s search consultants are on the front lines daily, discussing search needs with our clients and helping them find solutions to any issues they are facing. We polled five of them to find out what their number one piece of advice would be for Cludo users- here’s what they came up with.

Kristina Knudson
Utilize Cludo’s ‘ineffective search tool’ and ‘search words without

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Site Search Done Your Way, With New Inline Options!

 

At Cludo we don’t believe in a “one size fits all” solution- instead, we believe our customer should have the ability to choose the right search implementation to meet their needs. It’s your website, so let’s do it your way.

Customers migrating to Cludo from the soon-to-be-defunct Google Site Search often wished to use Cludo’s API to develop a search experience

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Announcing Asynchronous Crawling

Most site search providers face the handicap of not being able to crawl JavaScript websites. Of course, searching can still be done within JavaScript pages, but sending data must be done via the API – a more time-consuming process than having the crawlers do the work automatically.  Fortunately, Cludo has again led market innovation and come up with a simple solution to this

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How to Use Your Ineffective Search

We've gotten a lot of questions from our customers about what the ineffective search is for and how to use it. So, we made a short video that gives you a simple run-through on the ineffective search tool on your Cludo dashboard. See below for transcript of the video.

The ineffective search tool is a tool that allows you to track search results that have very low to zero click-throughs;

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Goodbye Google Site Search, Hello Cludo Search

First, Google announced its decision to discontinue the Google Search Appliance, and just today, they revealed their new decision to end sales of Google Site Search. This surprising move by Google was followed by an equally alarming update that existing Site Search customers will be automatically converted to their Custom Engine Solution after their current license expires. While Google Site

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