Claria Launched Behaviorial Search Technology

Jul 13, 2005 • 4:01 pm | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Search Engines

Brett Tabke posted the news at WebmasterWorld that Claria launched a new search product. The press release describes "RelevancyRank".

RelevancyRank is a revolutionary search capability that ranks Web pages based on consumer surfing behavior. The technology incorporates basic metrics such as click rates, as well as critical post-click metrics of consumer behavior - such as time spent viewing a site, number of pages viewed at a site, number of return visits to a destination Web site, historical interests based on Web-wide surfing habits, and conversion behavior.


Brett feels that "Microsoft made a major mistake in passing on Claria."

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07/14/2005 10:51 am

How does this compare to Urchin?

Barry Schwartz

07/14/2005 11:59 am

This has nothing to do with Urchin. Urchin is a web analytics package. Claria uses behavioral stats it captures to rank web sites, Claria is a search engine.

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