How to categorize search terms This blog article will look at how to use WebSpy’s Profiles to categorize the search terms that users have typed into Search Engines, and add this information to reports.
There are many different ways to report on websites in Vantage, but how do you know that you have got all the hits for the site you’re interested in, and all of it’s sub-domains?
A lot of the sample reports that come with WebSpy Vantage have a section of the report for Productivity, so what does this mean and how can you customize it?
This article will show you how to report on categories of websites with WebSpy Vantage.
Profiles in WebSpy Vantage are WebSpy’s own site categorization system. The categorization is done using keyword matching on the entire URL of the website, and the results of this can be seen in Reports and Summaries Analyses. Vantage comes with some sample profiles included which can be fully customized to suit your own categorization requirements.
This is the fourth of a series of videos showing you how to configure Vantage in detail. This video follows on from #3, and will cover the Profiles section of the software, and how to use site categorization. WebSpy Vantage Ultimate – Profiles from Fastvue on Vimeo.
Now that Microsoft have officially released the long awaited Windows 7 Operating System, I thought I’d write a quick blog on WebSpy’s current support for Windows 7.
I’m happy to announce the release of Vantage 2.2! All three products in the Vantage range (Premium, Giga and Ultimate) have been update with the following features:
Multi-processing, Improved report styles, Updated Aliases and Profiles, Storage Repair Utility, Save / Open Tasks.
Obviously, the multi-processing feature is the big one! Many of you (Vantage customers) have been running Vantage on multi-core or multi-cpu machines and just dying for Vantage to grab hold of the CPUs and make them work. You should be happy with this new build.