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Replicating the Keyword match feature from Google GSA

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


We are trying to replicate a feature in sharepoint search that the Google Search Appliance has called "Keyword Match".  You choose a keyword or phrase and map it to a url.  When a user searches with that keyword or phrase the result link that you've matched it to comes up first in the list of results.  I'm trying to find a similar feature like this in Sharepoint OOTB search web parts.  Can you advise?  Thank you!

Mark De Souza

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