BBC search

26 October 2011 at 14:05 Leave a comment

Just reread Matthew McDonnell’s blogs about BBC search:

Definitely some sound lessons  here, I think:
  • Serve scoped results from the domain user is in first
  • Get away from just a list to categories of results
  • Easy access to results from other/all domains
  • Ensure related content is never hidden
Would be interesting to see click-through data for different parts of the SERP though.
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