Understand your search performance over a given time period
Utilize Algolia’s Click Tracking API to define and measure click-through rates, conversion rates and even average click position per search
Drill into your site’s most popular search queries
See which products are featured most across all searches
Improve user experience and reduce the number of no result searches
Most popular searches and results most often returned by the search engine.
See popular searches and corresponding engagement metrics
Drill into filter and result data for each query
See and understand which results your users are seeing most often
Searches with no results
A search with no results can often be optimized by improving keywords used in the dataset, or by adding synonyms.
Aggregated statistics on percentage of searches returning no results
See each no-result query, ranked by count
Popular searches that have low click and conversion rates often represent lost opportunities.
See the poorest performing search queries based on click-through rates
Go beyond CTR to see which searches have the lowest performing conversion rates
The average click position of a search is a good indicator of its relevance.
Understand search relevance as measured by average click position across all searches
Learn for which searches your users engage with the top most results
Uncover which searches are leading users to dig through results and how that impacts CTR and conversion rate
Learn how your users are using your filtering options.
See which facets are most commonly used by your users
Dig into each facet and see the values users most often select
Search by countries
Geographical origin of the searches , and the associated network latency.
As your user base grows internationally, ensure your search stays lightning fast
See search volume and latency broken down by country to determine when and where additional infrastructure is needed
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Understand how your search performs with specialized search metrics - like popular searches, popular results and zero results queries - so you can ensure that your users are able to find what they’re searching for.
Gain insights into what results users are clicking on, what position those results appear in your results, the average click position of specific search queries, and how those queries are translating to conversions.