With analytics filters, you are able to filter your analytics data based on one or more of the following parameters: This will provide you with a better in-depth insight into certain user groups. To learn how to use analytics filters, visit How to filter analytics.
Voice Search will allow your website visitors to search via speech-to-text. This feature adds a microphone icon to your search bar. When clicked, the user will be prompted to record what they wish to search for. When the prompt ends, the search will be initiated. Voice Search activity is tracked . . . Read more
With analytics filters, you are able to filter your analytics data based on one or more parameters to get a deeper insight into certain user groups. Note that the filter will display on the top of the page and will be active throughout all analytics sections until cleared.
When you have a page that you recently published or updated and would like this to be indexed for your search immediately, the Update Content tool can come in handy.
The analytics showing in MyCludo and the analytics newsletter are based on the timezone of the browser that is used to login to MyCludo.
If there are certain parts of the content on a page that you would like the crawler to ignore, this can be achieved using cludooff/cludoon.
It is possible to add development to have the cookies set by Cludo connect with your general cookie consent formula. For general information on cookies set by Cludo, read this article. Technical Overview At the moment Cludo stores session information in local storage that persists across end-user visits, we will . . . Read more
Cludo’s strategy for crawling sites is based on finding as many pages as possible within the user-defined domains, indexing, and storing their content. The step-by-step process can be seen in detail in the diagram at the end of the article and will be explained further below: Crawling: Step-by-step process 1: Sites . . . Read more
What is a compound word? A compound word is a word that consists of two or more nouns that together form a word with its own meaning, which is very typical in some languages, like the Scandinavian languages. How is a compound word treated in a search? When searching, a . . . Read more