Liquid Helium: search less, find more.
Liquid Helium is the fix for broken search. Stremor’s language heuristics engine creates an understanding of content in relationship to the user’s context. Liquid Helium understands the type of search a user entered. It then performs a deep analysis of the content of search results; not just the headline, keywords, or page rank. Samuru.com returns the results with intelligent ordering and grouping. Yielding easier to find answers in search results.
Results by authority, not popularity
When the web had only a few million domains, it made sense to consider which sites were important based on how many others linked to their content. Today, as the Internet approaches one billion active websites, domain popularity is no longer an indication of content authority. The language heuristics of Samuru.com interprets the content of each search return to determine authority factors such as originating source, author credibility, writing style, and more.
Results by concepts, not just keywords
Major search engines place an inordinate priority on keyword density in web page content. Making it possible to enhance the apparent importance of low-value material in search results through creative keyword stuffing. The language heuristics that powers Samuru search places the actual value of content above keyword density. Samuru.com analyzes the content of search returns to recognize relevant answers to questions. This means that content with substantial search optimization no longer unfairly ranks above results that are helpful to search users.
Full page summaries, not snippets
Knowing if a search result is worth visiting is similar to knowing if an article is worth reading. Major search engines show small snippets from web pages often making it difficult to judge if a search result is useful. Using the technology found in Stremor’s TLDR Suite, Samuru.com search leverages Liquid Helium’s summarization capabilities to reduce the actual content of the pages returned by search allowing users to determine if the page is worth their time.
Classifying pages, not domains
When the web was a much simpler place, search engines placed entire domains into categories based on the type of content and the manner in which the pages were coded. Today, this approach is no longer valid as low-value content can be made to seem valuable by using certain template styles. Samuru.com detects hundreds of features about a web page’s template. This data combined with content analysis enables Samuru to classify the type of page, placing focus where it should be, on the value of the content.
Samuru site search
Samuru works just as well on single domains as it does on the entire Internet. Give your users better results and keep more traffic. Samuru site search is currently by invite-only. If you'd like your website to be considered, please contact Stremor to submit your domain for review.