|Managing Search / Configuring Content Search|
You can create rulesets to ensure that particular keywords always return specific content results, even when that keyword does not occur in the content.
Promoting a result ensures that when you type certain keywords, a content item you select will always be at the top of the results. You can associate multiple keywords or key phrases with a single content item by entering the terms separated by commas. You can also associate different content items with the same keyword, so that several content items show up when a user queries that keyword. Use the Priority field to detemine which promoted results for a keyword appear first. For example, if you wanted the European, American, and Asian holiday schedules in your organization to be promoted for the keyword “holidays”, you could create a rule for each document linking it to the keyword “holidays.” Then you could rank these schedules 1, 2, and 3 in the results by assigning the rules priorities 0, 1, and 2.
24. keyword1 document g 25. keyword1 document a 26. keyword1 document q 27. keyword2, keyword3 document x 28. keyword2, keyword3 document r 28. keyword2, keyword3 document n
The first ruleset says that when keyword 1 appears in a query, the first three results will be documents g, a, and q. The second ruleset says that when either keyword 2 or keyword 3 appears in a query, the first three results will be documents x, r, and n.