Taxonomy Management

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Classify and categorize all of your site's content.

With Evoq's taxonomy management, you create categories (known as a "vocabulary") to classify the content on your site.

For a B2B website, a simple vocabulary can be created for "Department" to associate the author of each page (e.g. Marketing, Engineering, Customer Support).

Vocabularies are flat or hierarchical and can be applied to a module or to an entire site. Vocabularies come into play during the content authoring process: a CMS author can select the vocabularies associated with each page.



More Relevant Content

By using taxonomy management to categorize the content of your site, you can present visitors with more relevant content. In addition, taxonomies help with intelligent re-use of content across additional channels.

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More Effective Personalization

With content categorized within a taxonomy, you can create more meaningful personalization for visitors. For instance, users visiting a page on high-definition televisions can be presented with related content categorized to that same topic.

How to Use

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How to Access

As a host user, visit the Admin menu, then select Taxonomy. From there, you can edit an existing Vocabulary, or create a new one.

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Categorizing Content

During the page editing process, the Tags field exposes all of the vocabularies available for that page. CMS authors can check off the relevant entries to associate those tags with the page.

Semantically categorize your site's content.

Use simple or hierarchical vocabularies to give meaning to each page on your site. 

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