Search Logs

n.

Pronunciation

/sɜrʧ lɔgz/

Definition

A history of words or phrases that customers have entered when attempting to find products.

Search logs are valuable not only to see which products are most commonly looked for but to gain insight into how consumers look for the product. Spotting trends in how consumers look for products along with common variations or misspellings can help to create useful Search Box Type-Ahead. This information can also help create more intuitive category labeling.

Category

Technology

Related Terms

Category Labeling, Search Interface

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