Content Types is an important asset many organizations don’t pay enough attention to. This feature is available both on-prem and in the cloud, and besides its generic usability benefits, it helps … [Read more...] about Using Content Types on Search-driven pages
Search relevance is something that everyone should understand but only a few pay enough attention to. In this blog post, my goal is to demonstrate the art of sorting search results without creating … [Read more...] about How To Sort Search Results by using XRANK and Query Rules?
I am often asked about the steps of SharePoint Search Configuration. While every implementation is different, there are definitely some dependencies, and some steps have to be taken that others.As … [Read more...] about The Process of SharePoint Search Configuration – Infographic
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!