Category: How To

How to implement Cludo Assistant

The Cludo Assistant feature is easily implemented by inserting a simple script, either site-wide or on the individual pages you’d like it to appear on. With the release of Cludo’s Experience Builder, set to launch in the first half of 2024, everything you need will be available in MyCludo. The . . . Read more

How to use the Update Content tool

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.

Using Audiences without GTM

If you can’t use Google Tag Manager, you can still make use of Audiences by manually storing descriptive “traits” in your users’ browser local storage. When a user searches on your website, the Cludo script will check for these stored traits and apply any associated Audiences to give the user . . . Read more

How to filter analytics

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.

How to interact with Actionable Recommendations

Cludo’s Actionable Recommendations offer a unique and individualized approach to optimization, surpassing traditional analytics. To learn more about the feature, refer to the following article: link. There are several ways in which you can interact with the Actionable Recommendations feature: Accepting an Actionable Recommendation To accept the actionable recommendation: Dismissing . . . Read more

How to use Disallowed Analytics

If you are looking to exclude search activity from certain IP addresses in your analytics, this can be achieved using the Disallowed Analytics feature. You have now excluded the IP address(es) from your analytics retrospectively, and their interactions with the search won’t affect the analytics data.

How to use cludooff/cludoon

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.