The dashboard is My Cludo’s default page. While logged into your account, you can access your dashboard from any other page by clicking the “Dashboard” tab on the left side of your screen.
The dashboard contains several windows that provide you with
summarized statistics about how users are searching your site. You can use the information presented on the dashboard to quickly review the searches that have been performed and to identify those searches in need of optimization.
The primary window at the top of your dashboard is the analytics overview. This window displays the total number of searches performed on your site, a line graph that indicates the dates during which those searches occurred, and percentages for those searches that were successful and unsuccessful.
If there is a high percentage of searches that are not producing results, you can use My Cludo’s analytics to identify those unsuccessful searches and evaluate their significance. If you determine that a search needs improvement, you can use My Cludo’s tools to increase the success rate of that search.
At the bottom of the analytics overview window, you can click “Show more details” to see an expanded line graph that illustrates the total searches as well as searches that did and did not produce results during your selected time range.
If you are using My Cludo’s tools to modify your searches, this graph can help you determine if those modifications are achieving the search improvements you desire. If your modifications are successful, the line graphs will show an increase in successful searches and a decrease in unsuccessful searches over time.
Search Words Without Results
These are searched words that did not produce any results from your website. If the search term is relevant to your business, consider adding content to your site that addresses these searches.
Searches where the user did not click on any of the search results delivered to them. This could indicate that the results delivered by search were not what the visitor was looking for- consider adding additional content related to those search terms and manually boosting content you feel is important.
Most Popular Search Words
The five most searched words on your site, within the time period you defined. For words relevant to your organization, use these as a guide to the most vital web content areas that should be focused on. Be sure to cross-reference these terms with your “words without results” and “ineffective searches” to make sure you don’t have any major gaps.
Trending Search Words
Words that are rapidly gaining popularity, within the time period you defined- a really important metric for forecasting what the future may hold. For words relevant to your organization, use these as a guide to potential new web content areas that should be focused on. Be sure to cross-reference these terms with your “words without results” and “ineffective searches” to make sure you don’t have any major gaps.
The five most clicked on pages from search terms on your website, within the time period you defined. This is a great way to identify your most powerful web content area. The content on these pages is what visitors are looking for- focusing on creating more of this type of content could help the quality of your site.