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Bulk Keyword + Search Term Reports

Quickly generate a CSV report of your bulk search terms and unique hit counts.

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Written by John OHara
Updated over a week ago

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Bulk Keyword Searches

Bulk keyword search can be used to type or copy/paste multiple search queries that can be compared or combined into a comprehensive search.

Access bulk keyword search by opening the search builder on the main search page:

Next, type or paste your individual queries into each row in the form. Wildcards and proximity, and boolean queries supported in bulk keyword searches:

Finally, choose an action below the list:

  • Search All:

    • Searches all queries at once, joined together by "OR". The resulting (combined) search syntax will populate in your search bar at the top of the page and will run automatically.

  • Test Searches:

    • Shows the preliminary doc count, page count, and size resulting from each individual query before running any searches.

Bulk Keyword Report Options

Build Search Report button

Generates a detailed CSV with unique results for each line. This report is run asynchronously and will be emailed to you and also available on the Downloads tab when it's complete.

To quickly locate the destination folder in your Downloads tab, you can search for "Search Term Reports from the Downloads tab search bar.


Example of the Search Report CSV

CSV button

Generates a bulk keyword CSV reporting doc count, page count, and size for resulting from each query. Report will be available for download from Search page.

The Search Term CSV Report

Column Header

Query

Document Count

Page Count

Family Count

Unique Hit Document Count

Unique Hit Query

Definition

The string query entered into bulk keyword search

Total number of documents hitting on this row's search string

Total number of pages in hit documents

Total doc count with families included

Total unique documents where this row's search query is the only result, excluding the other rows' search queries

The actual search that was run to isolate this row's search string from other rows.

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