With the new SharePoint 2013 user segments we can display relevant content to our visitors. What if however we wanted to use user segments not only to control the content but to control Web Parts as well?
We all want our website to be found on the Internet. We also know that web pages that are displayed high in search results are more likely to be clicked on. Because of this, website owners are continuously trying to improve their website so that Internet search engines will display them high in their search results.
Content targeting with user segments in SharePoint 2013 allows you to do display personalized content to your visitors. Unfortunately, SharePoint doesn’t offer you a way to view how those pages would be displayed for the particular audience. See how to easily preview pages with targeted content as a specific user segment in SharePoint 2013.
When publishing content using search-driven publishing you might want to combine data from multiple sources. Find out how to simplify working with related data using Mavention Related Data.
In SharePoint 2013 it’s more important than ever before to understand item ranking in search results.