At Neeva, we have been working on unique ways to highlight authentic, trusted, community content by spotlighting user generated content platforms such as Reddit. We believe traditional search engines have long ignored these sources at the expense of results pages filled with endless advertising, too much sponsored content, misleading affiliated links.
Today we are expanding our efforts to combat this problem by highlighting content from additional community content sources including Quora, StackOverflow, and StackExchange.
Neeva’s Onebox feature now enables users to easily preview and browse entire community threads as well as the most helpful information from tech forums in a visually rich modal that directly integrates with search results. Onebox makes it easy to view this content without disrupting a search journey on Neeva and it’s just as easy to leave Neeva and go directly to the source. In addition to the Onebox, results from these sources will appear below traditional search results in the “Mentioned By” section, so you can see chatter from around the web to accompany the links and articles you see on the page.
Whether it’s a tech query looking for a specific code on StackOverflow or searching recommendations for the best audio quality headphones on Reddit, now anyone can easily parse through a variety of different opinions from leading user generated sites.