Replace Google Site Search in minutes.
Self-optimising, customisable and fast.
Get setup in minutes. No development needed. No infrastructure to manage.
Search results improve themselves based on customer behaviour.
Insightful analytics, customizable rankings, flexible design.
Other GSS and CSE replacements require manual tweaking to set the order of results, Sajari is different. We use your customer behaviour to automatically adapt your search results - no more manual curation.
Sajari indexes all your content automatically by adding a small snippet of code to your website. New pages become searchable instantly, so our advanced learning can ensure your customers always see your most relevant content.
Automatically correct spelling mistakes, pre-fill common queries and match words and their derivatives.
Add your own word mapping for your brand specific terms.
Boost, down-weight and pin results to ensure customers see your most valuable, highest-converting pages.
Powerful analytics allow you to quickly assess search trends so you can rapidly adapt to your users’ needs.
Easily generate filters based on your page information giving you full control over what your users see or don’t see.
Google-style instant search on your website. Results update as you type, no lead to load a new page to see results. Try it out.
Below is a basic comparison table outlining how Sajari compares to Google Site Search. If you have any questions please contact us as we are currently assisting many companies and agencies with their migrations.
|Feature||Google Site Search||Sajari Site Search|
|Cross domain search|
|PDF and DOC support|
|Content debug tool|
|Copy and paste install|
|No advertising in results|
|Instant search (as you type)|
|Multi-lingual||Latin based languages|
|API||XML||JSON and gRPC|
Sajari enabled Foxtel to replace our physical search appliance in weeks rather than months, with no backend changes. Our search results come through faster, are more relevant, and can now be fine-tuned by the online producers who have intimate knowledge of site content.
We moved from Solr to Sajari and have only one regret; we didn’t do it sooner!