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SearchEye’s AI Page Recommendation Engine

Helping Streamline Brand-Publisher Connections

Chris Porteous Chris Porteous Jan 23, 2024 1 min read
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Our goal at is to empower brands and publishers with clear and actionable insights to grow their business. Our new AI Page Recommendation Engine within SearchEye makes it even easier for brands, publishers and writers to collaborate quickly and effectively. 

Here’s how it works.

Targeted Recommendations

Brands that want to elevate their media presence through media placements and earn links / brand mentions with top sites will find lots of options in SearchEye’s database of more than 5,000 publishers. 

But sometimes having so many choices can be overwhelming. 

Brands may find it challenging to choose the best pages or links to recommend to publishers, leading to decision-fatigue. Writers and publishers may not get relevant suggestions, or may find it difficult to incorporate those suggestions.

Our AI Page Recommendation Engine improves and streamlines the process of bringing together brands and publishers in two key ways:

Using our AI technology, brands can now quickly identify the best page to pitch for placement opportunities, along with recommended language to suggest to the writer. 

Writers and publishers save time with highly relevant suggestions along with ideas for incorporating them.

Let’s look at these features more closely. 

Benefits for Brands

We’ve improved what was previously a manual process by integrating AI. Before you respond to an opportunity, you’ll now see our recommendation for the best page to pitch. It will say “Top Pick.” 

You’ll also see suggested alternatives. To help you evaluate your options, you’ll also see:

Relevant keywords and
Search volume 

Use these recommendations to save time and increase the chances that the writer will accept your request.

Here’s an example of how it looks within SearchEye:

Click on “Show page integration” on any option to see the AI-generated language for integrating that recommended page into the article. For example: 

You remain in control. You can choose the page you want to suggest and edit anchor text. 

Bringing Value to Publishers and Writers

The AI Page Recommendation Engine also benefits writers and publishers.

Writers and publishers get more relevant suggestions. They also get proposed language to integrate requests into their articles. This can save time, as it requires less manual work to find and include the right resources. It also increases the chances that the writer will be able to include the requested mention.

You can continue to set rules such as no product page or homepage links, for example, or that you are looking for certain types of resources, and we’ll use them to either eliminate or include them from suggestion pages.

Ultimately, both publishers and brands get better matches and fewer missed opportunities.  

Our Focus on Quality

To ensure high quality standards, SearchEye continues to screen for criteria such as traffic volume, value, and trends. Domain authority, keyword rankings, industry focus and authenticity are among the other metrics we evaluate.

SearchEye’s new AI Page Recommendation Engine is available for all brands using SearchEye, including Plus and Pro members.

Here’s what our users have to say...

“Fantastic platform. They did a phenomenal job from keyword research to article creation to finding quality digital PR. Great driver of traffic for us.”

Preston Holmes, Tech Startup

“Signed up and love the concept, made me a big believer in organic search. Looking forward to seeing more articles in the fintech and private debt space!”

Michael Shum, CEO, Cascade Debt

“Good service for link-building & PR!.”

Takeshi Young, Global SEO Lead, DiDi

“It’s a win-win for brands and publishers.”

Rayn Ong, Archangel Ventures

“The founders of SearchEye deeply understand the digital PR space and how to help companies of all shapes and sizes succeed…”

Casey Winters, Angel Investor

“SearchEye’s mission resonated and is directionally where we see the industry going with respect to growth.”

Jenny Fielding, Everywhere VC