Episerver Find introduction

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Episerver Find requires an additional license and an index. See Episerver World for details about installation and configuration. After installation, Find appears on the global menu.

Most site visitors abandon a website if they cannot quickly find what they are looking for. With increasing information volumes, menu navigation is no longer sufficient, so search becomes critical for locating information. Episerver Find adds powerful search functionality to websites. Search encompasses internet search engines (like Bing) and a website's search function.

Search optimization increases the chances of attracting visitors to your website, keeping them there, and getting them to complete an action, such as registering or shopping. This is closely related to search engine optimization (SEOSearch Engine Optimization; making website content attractive to search engines and as a result achieve high rankings in search results.), often referred to as "the process of improving the visibility of website content in the search results."

Episerver Find bases search functionality on visitor search behavior and website statistics. Using this information, you can add automatic landing pages, adaptive navigation, and guided search to increase website traffic and boost conversion rates.

The Find documentation shows search administrators, such as editors and Episerver site administrators, how to set up and use Find; it also shows developers how to configure and set up search features.

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