Answer all your visitors' questions... even the ones they didn't know they had

Taxonomy Defined

Taxonomy Defined

Simply put, taxonomy ensures users stay on your site. When your visitors land on a page, a taxonomy system makes sure they see related events, topics, news, and content.  

Power of Tagging

The Power of Tagging

Give a page a tag, and content with the same tags will appear on the page. This lets your visitors access what they want from your database, without having to sort through all of your pages themselves. 

Answer Questions

Answer Questions

If users have questions related to the one they’ve asked, a taxonomy system has them covered. It can also answer questions they didn’t know they had. 

Why Enqbator?

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Context for Content

Context for Content

Our Taxonomy is driven by content and context. We adapt our results to find out why visitors made the search they did, ensuring the best outcome possible.

For example, if a user visits a page about a cancer specialist, we’ll show them a directory of other cancer specialists. If they’re looking for lifestyle tips to avoid cancer, we’ll link them to articles about proper diet, warning signs, and more.

 Give your visitors the best

Give your visitors the best

Since a taxonomy system shows users the best results, a contextual approach narrows down results until they get what they came for. MeSH and ICD-9 and -10 codes help us glean what users are looking for.  

Most taxonomy systems focus on what users search for. With Enqbator, you can see why they searched.  

They chose Enqbator

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