Getting Analytics Data from Search API Usage

If you build your own search user interface using the AddSearch Search API, the following data is sent to AddSearch Analytics backend automatically: Keywords used …

Analytics API Dev

Integrating AddSearch with Google Analytics

AddSearch automatically detects Google Analytics (GA) on your website. We push statistics to GA automatically, without you having to modify any settings in AddSearch. Google …

Analytics Ready-made View

Restricting Search to a Certain Area of Your Website

There are two ways to restrict the search to a certain area of your site Control what is indexed by our crawler Index everything, but …

Dev Indexing

Defining Custom Fields

You can define fields with custom names and values using meta tags on your web pages. Our API returns the names and values of the …

Dev Indexing Structured Data

Defining Page's Publishing Time

AddSearch allows filtering and sorting based on the publishing date of the web page. So that AddSearch can use the exact publishing dates of your …

Indexing Structured Data

Defining Featured Image for Thumbnails

The featured image, or the thumbnail, is displayed on the left side of the search result in the ready-made views. By default, AddSearch indexes the …

Indexing Structured Data

Excluding Content

By default, AddSearch includes all pages of your website in your search. In certain situations, you might want to exclude certain parts of your site …

Dashboard Indexing

Real-time Indexing with RSS Feeds or API

AddSearch provides an RSS-feed feature and Search API for adding your content immediately to the search index. The RSS feed feature allows you to define …

API Dev Indexing

Indexing and Updating Single Pages

AddSearch adds content from your website to the search based on the crawling frequency. If you want to add or update individual web pages or …

Dashboard Indexing