PDF and Office Document Indexing
Create an index of the contents of text documents, PDF files, and Office files stored in your WordPress Media library.
Multiple Search Engines
You should adjust each unique search engine so that it satisfies your requirements, as they each have their own options. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to include into your overall design.
Search your product information, the content of your Custom Fields, the output of your Shortcodes, the content of your custom database tables, cross-site multisite search, and more!
Put an end to the money you’re losing because your consumers can’t search based on the specifications of your products! (Available to holders of Professional and Agency licences)
Search Statistics and Insights
Keep a log of searches so you can see what your site visitors are looking for and (perhaps) not finding.
Implementing a robust search that is tailored to the content of the forum would significantly increase its utility.
Easy Digital Downloads Integration
Make sure that your consumers can quickly and successfully locate the things that you sell.
Automatic Integration with Native WP Search, No Coding!
The default engine that SearchWP employs utilises the native search forms and results template that are already present in your WordPress installation.
Instead of looking for precise phrase matches, try employing keyword stems to improve your search results.
Advanced Custom Fields Support
When searching your site, you should stop disregarding the material that is saved in Advanced Custom Fields.
Exclude or Attribute Results
You may easily omit items from the search results, or you can credit discoveries to results that are more relevant.
Easy Algorithm Customization
Utilizing SearchWP’s user-friendly interface and weighting mechanism, you are able to easily adjust the order in which results are shown.
WP Job Manager Integration
Make it possible for users to search for the Listing metadata, which is ignored by WordPress otherwise.
Suggest a Feature
Did something get left out? Feel free to ask any questions you have concerning the new features!
Installation & Setup
Metrics was developed to be an extension for SearchWP that is completely self-contained. Metrics is a separate WordPress plugin from SearchWP that has to be installed and active at the same time as SearchWP itself. Metrics will start tracking searches and clicks as soon as it is installed and active; this will happen instantly. The metrics will start presenting data as soon as there is sufficient information to display.
Metrics was created to take the place of the basic statistics feature found in SearchWP. As a direct consequence of this change, the SearchWP Statistics page as well as the Dashboard Widget will no longer be visible; in their stead, equivalents from Metrics will appear.
Assuming that your search results template makes use of The Loop, Metrics will automatically monitor clicks for the Default engine. This behaviour is the default setting. Any link within The Loop that is produced using get permalink() (or a version of it) will automatically be set up for click tracking. This includes any variants of this function. If you’re utilising a generic template for the search results, you shouldn’t have to make any adjustments because everything should be in order already.
You will need to add two Hooks to your results template in order to incorporate click tracking in your auxiliary engine(s). The first Hook should go before your own loop of results, and the second Hook should go after it.
Metrics will not only gather this information for you, but it will also perform some analysis on it and let you know the areas of your content that have room for possible improvement. Metrics is able to tell you when certain events are occurring by measuring conversion rates, popular searches, the frequency of searches, and results rank positions.
- The content is ranked poorly but receives a significant number of clicks: Is there a way to optimise this information so that it ranks higher?
- If a piece of content has a high conversion rate, and there are a lot of people looking for it, should that material be linked more prominently?
- The number of searches that are converting on a variety of topics raises the question of whether or not new content should be developed in response to these search queries.
The following are some potential areas for enhancement that may be uncovered via the use of insights: