Funnelback 11 Launched with Automated Tuning and SEO Assistant

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Funnelback has launched version 11 of its website and enterprise search engine with a unique automated tuning engine and search-driven SEO assistant capabilities.

Funnelback has launched version 11 of its web site and enterprise search engine. Funnelback 11 introduces a new generation of search technology with a unique automated tuning engine and search-driven SEO assistant capabilities.
Brett Matson, Managing Director of Funnelback said, “Funnelback 11 has the ability to continually and automatically optimise its ranking using a correct answer set determined by the customer. This enables customers to intuitively adjust the search engine ranking algorithm to ensure it continuously adapts and is optimised to the ever-changing characteristics of their own information environment. A related benefit is that it exposes how effectively the search engine is ranking,” said Mr Matson.
Mr Matson also said, "Funnelback 11 also includes an integrated SEO Assistant that uses internal ranking information to generate a detailed guide on how to ethically enhance the SEO of any nominated web page. This will be an invaluable tool for any organisation looking for expert guidance on how to enhance their site visibility."
Funnelback 11 is even faster and more scalable with features like updatable indexes, efficient crawling, 64-bit indexing and a new high performance search interface. Other valuable additions include a broken links report and a People Search feature to enable customers to quickly and easily find people within their organisation.
Funnelback 11 is available on Windows and Linux and also as a cloud service.
About Funnelback
Funnelback is a leading provider of web site and enterprise search. Funnelback search technology enables people to find key information held on websites, intranets, databases and many other internal information repositories. Funnelback processes millions of search requests each day by organisations including Rolls Royce, Westpac, Skype, the National Research Council of Canada, the Australian Government, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the London School of Economics, the Australian National University and the British Medical Journal.


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