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June 04, 2008

Tips For Building Drill Down Navigators

Taking a cue from tagging at social networking sites, about 6 tags can identify most documents. Here are a couple tips for building drill down navigators:

Who
      Author      
      Attendees      
      Teams
      Group      
      Project
      
Where
      City      
      County      
      Site      
      Meeting Room
      
      
What
      White papers      
      Specs      
      Presentation
      Meeting Notes      
      Audio      
      Products
Why - Visitor's Goal
      Purchase Product      
      Find a Store
      Service
      HR Transactions
      
      
When
      Date      
      Event      
      Revs
How
      Tips      
      Best Practices
      Service Manual

 

We have  blogged about implicit versus explicit tagging, a big difference between enterprise and public web sites. And our article 5 Steps to Better Tagging is online in the archives of our Enterprise Search newsletter.

 

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