Not right now but we can assist you for the setup if you are on the paid package.
I wanted to know more info how the database within SearchIQ is kept up to date? Do we have to do a full reindex everytime or will it incrementally update as new posts/products are added?
Normally within a WordPress site whenever any post is added, updated or deleted SearchIQ plugin syncs the current state of the post with SearchIQ by sending a sync request.
We also have a delta sync feature available which allows users to sync only those posts which have been added, updated or deleted by some method other than regular WordPress process.
We are currently not using WordPress as our CMS, but we are planning to change to a new CMS in the near future (possibly WordPress).
Would it be easy to transition our SearchIQ account(s) to the new CMS when the time comes?
You can easily re-index your website from the dashboard if you decide to switch your CMS.
We have a website in two languages, which we manage as two separate sites. In order to keep search results in each language separate and direct the searches to the two different results pages without any crossover, would we need to create two different SearchIQ accounts?
If these 2 sites are separated in 2 different domains, you don’t need to create 2 separate account.
You can create 2 search engines under your account. As long as you don’t link them in a cross domain group, their results will not have any crossover.
For non WordPress sites, anything you want inserted into the results can just be added to the site map.