TidWiT allows either for hierarchical library-based searching or for Boolean Search (meaning a string of search terms entered by a user that yield relevant results).
Yes, searches for any piece of content on a TidWiT instance are site-wide.
Yes, TidWiT allows for advanced searching by author, date range, keywords, language, or library.
Yes, searches could be limited to a specific library in the Advanced Search.
Yes, search on TidWiT follows the interface language of the user. TidWiT searches employ an algorithm, which is language-specific grammar and uses language logic. Therefore, if user is using the English user interface, the search will yield English results. If they are searching in German, it will yield German content results.
No, searches of content will filter only the content in the user’s language interface. However, in Advanced Search, a user may choose to search for content in other languages.
TidWiT indexes content and its metadata appropriately to yield results in search engines such as Google and Bing. This process is all automated and managed by the TidWiT platform on the backend; and the administrator does not need to do anything on their part.
Yes, especially if the content is referenced on different pages in the site and on the Internet.
The more the piece of content is referenced on your and your partner sites, the better the search results on search engines.
No, TidWiT does not earn anything for yielding search results on Search engines. Nor does TidWiT place advertisements on content uploaded on a TidWiT instance or through the delivery of such content. The TidWiT business model is based on SaaS (Software as a Service) and not advertising.
Yes, unfortunately TidWiT cannot control the advertising that may appear on content, which is hosted and or syndicated from outside sources such as a YouTube channel. The way to eliminate such potential advertising would be to advise that source not to advertise (On YouTube, this may or may not incur charges).