Information Architecture (IA) is a commonly used term for the art and science of organizing and labeling content (documents, web sites, blog posts, emails, etc.) to support findability and … [Read more...] about Optimizing your Content for Search and Discovery
My good friend, Matthew McDermott wrote a great blog post a few weeks ago with the title “Think Search First - Planning Your Next SharePoint Project”. In his great storytelling style, … [Read more...] about Think Search First – and have Good Metadata, Please!
If you use Office 365, you must also know the feeling of confusion when it comes to the various Search experiences. We still have the classic search center, but also more and more modern search … [Read more...] about Classic vs. modern search experience in Office 365 – Are you confused?
Are you wondering how you can jump start your SharePoint or Office 365 initiative? Curious about how best practice organizations are engaging users to drive successful adoption? Wondering what you can … [Read more...] about Practical Advice to Overcome User Adoption Hurdles for Office 365 and SharePoint – FREE webinar with Susan Hanley
I am honored to be a speaker at Microsoft Ignite this year again.My session is "Optimizing your content for search and discovery" - my most favorite topic! You have more and more content, and … [Read more...] about Optimizing your content for search and discovery – my session at Microsoft Ignite
In many cases, customers complain about "Sharepoint Search doesn't work". While it is a generic objection, and there are many things to evaluate, one of the recommendations I can give is to consider … [Read more...] about SharePoint Search Query Rules: Promoting Results (“Best Bets”)