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Does SearchIQ has any search operation limit?

July 13, 2017

SearchIQ has an infrastructure that can handle billions of searches per day. So, we want our clients not bothering by this when they use our service. However, if your site is at high volume and you should consider to use our paid package that comes with better SLA.

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Is the document limit at domain or account level?

July 13, 2017

Document limit is applied to Account level. However, we give you good buffer if you are not too far exceeded your account limit.

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What is the definition of operation?

June 22, 2017

Each time a request is sent to the server, we count it as 1 operation. It includes index, autocomplete keystroke, search and etc. For example, if user is attempting to type in “travel agency” to the search bar, per each character user typed there will be a request to our server for suggestion. Often time, user doesn’t need to finish typing the full phrase before they can spot the result they want. For our data, it indicate it takes in avg 5 characters for a user to locate what they are looking for. That is to say, if you divide operation counts by 5, you can roughly obtain the number of search intents from your users.

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What is the difference between SearchIQ Free and paid license ?

June 14, 2017

SearchIQ is working our best to make site search a great experience to users. So, we have given out lots of premium features to FREE accounts. However, there are a set of features we keep it for our paid users. They are listed as below:

  1. Higher limit in amount of documents for paid account.
  2. Faceted search
  3. Cross-domain search capability
  4. Hosted post and product thumbnails on our own image servers and distribute them out on CDN networks for fast performance.
  5. Larger time range in analytic reports.
  6. PDF file support
  7. White labeling that allows you to remove our logo.
  8. and more…

And we will constantly add more features to our paid service.

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How to use meta tags?

June 14, 2017

To help our crawler extract content from your site accurately you can add meta tags to each web page. Our crawler support the following meta tags: Schema.org and The Open Graph protocol

Here we provide examples of the meta tags:

<ul>
<li><strong>Schema.org:</strong>
<ul>
<li>Post title: <code>&lt;meta itemprop=”name” content=”Page title”/&gt;</code></li>
<li>Short description: <code>&lt;meta itemprop=”description” content=”Here you can put short description”/&gt;</code></li>
<li>Post image: <code>&lt;img itemprop=”image” src=”post-image.jpg”/&gt;</code> or <code>&lt;meta itemprop=”thumbnailUrl” src=”thumbnail-40×40.png”/&gt;</code></li>
<li>Post content: <code>&lt;article itemprop=”articleBody”&gt;… here is the post content …&lt;/article&gt;</code> or <code>&lt;div itemprop=”text”&gt;… here is the post conten …&lt;/div&gt;</code></li>
<li>Post author: <code>&lt;meta itemprop=”author” content=”Author Name”/&gt;</code> or <code>&lt;meta itemprop=”creator” content=”Author Name”/&gt;</code></li>
</ul>
</li>
<li><strong>The Open Graph protocol</strong>
<ul>
<li>Post title: <code>&lt;meta property=”og:title” content=”Page title”/&gt;</code></li>
<li>Short description: <code>&lt;meta property=”og:description” content=”Here you can put short description”/&gt;</code></li>
<li>Post image: <code>&lt;meta property=”og:image” content=”post-image.png”/&gt;</code></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>

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