YAP Search function

Member search 

When searching for members, training providers or studios. Members of the public (MOP) can search for the name of the teacher, trainer or studio ( if it is known ). 

If not, they can search by city or postcode. It is important to note that, by default, results for location will be organised first by those within 1 mile of the city centre ( city centre as determined by Google maps ). If there are several, these will be organised alphabetically. MOP can choose to organise results by highest reviews.

These results can be filtered further by member type i.e. teacher, trainer, studio and again by specialisation i.e. teen teacher, pregnancy teacher/ teen training, pregnancy training etc.

It is not possible to FREE TYPE search results, as you would in Google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Member Search function

To make the best of this search:

  • Ensure your ( or your studio, training schools ) name is spelled correctly.
  • Your location is accurate and up to date.
  • Select ALL possible specialities.
  • Encourage previous students to review you in order to get a higher rating.

 

Events search

When searching for events, all event types are automatically selected, members of the public (MOP) must first un-select any unwanted event types; Teacher Training, Workshops, Retreats / Holidays or YAPTA Events. It is possible to select one or all of these event types.

MOP can search for the name of the event (if it is known), this can be in whole or in part ie. if your event is called ‘Ashtanga Workshop Bathgate’ and a MOP simply types ‘Ashtanga’ your workshops will still appear in results.

When looking for events MOP can also search by keyword. This is a great feature because it allows for very specific results. For example they could search for the name of the event teacher, topic, style etc. and so long as a correlating keyword is present on the event it will appear in results. 

They can then search by city or postcode. It is important to note that, by default, results for location will be organised first by those within 1 mile of the city centre ( city centre as determined by Google maps ). If there are several, these will be organised alphabetically. MOP can choose to view these results on a map.

These results can be filtered further by date range. ( It is important to note that events remain live on the website until the end date has passed )

It is not possible to search by multiple keywords, as you would in google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Events Search function

To make the best of this search:

  • Ensure your event name is spelled correctly and is as comprehensive as possible.
  • Your event keywords are spelled correctly and are as comprehensive as possible. (try to think about the way MOPs may search for your event. Such as your name, event topic, event style etc. tags must be separated by commas and can have spaces where appropriate)
  • Your location is accurate and up to date.
  • Your dates are accurate and up to date.
  • Your event has a high quality image.
  • Your event has a valid link for more information/to book tickets.

 

Articles search

When searching for articles, members of the public (MOP) can search by a keyword. This is a great feature because it allows for very specific results. For example they could search for the name of the article, the name of the author or any one of the the topics discussed. As long as a correlating keyword is present on the article it will appear in results. 

MOP can also search by article category in a drop down menu. (Philosophy, science, teaching, community, therapy).

It is not possible to search by multiple keywords, as you would in Google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Articles Search function

To make the best of this search: 

  • Ensure your article name is spelled correctly and is as descriptive as possible.
  • Your article keywords are spelled correctly and are as comprehensive as possible. (try to think about the way MOPs may search for your article. Such as your name, article topic etc. keywords must be separated by commas and can have spaces where appropriate)
  • Your article has a high quality image.

 

Products search

When searching for products, members of the public (MOP) can search by a keyword. This is a great feature because it allows for very specific results. For example they could search for the name of the product, the name of the seller or any one keyword associated to this product. As long as a correlating keyword is present on the product it will appear in results. 

MOP can also search by product category in a drop down menu. (Sport, Social, Business, Family, Religion).

Products search can also be filtered by price range. From £0-£5,000. This means that any product with a cost within this range will appear in results.

It is not possible to search by multiple keywords, as you would in Google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Products Search function

To make the best of this search:

  • Ensure your product name is spelled correctly and is as descriptive as possible.
  • Your product keywords are spelled correctly and are as comprehensive as possible. (try to think about the way MOPs may search for your product. Such as your name, product type etc. keywords must be separated by commas and can have spaces where appropriate)
  • The price of your product is accurate.
  • Valid link to purchase product.
  • Availability is set to In Stock.
  • Your product has a high quality images.

 

Coupons search

When searching for coupons, members of the public (MOP) must first select the type of coupons; Gift Certificates or Coupons. It is possible to select one or both of these.

MOP can also search for the name of the coupon (if it is known), this can be in whole or in part ie. if your  coupon is called ‘Ashtanga Workshop Bathgate 50% Off’ and a MOP simply types ‘Ashtanga’ your coupons will still appear in results. Alternatively they can search by keyword. This is a great feature because it allows for very specific results. For example they could search for the name of the coupon type, amount etc. and so long as a correlating keyword is present on the coupon it will appear in results.

MOP can also search by coupon category in a drop down menu. (Apparel, Books and Media, Classes and Events, Mats and Equipment, Health and Wellness).

Additionally they can then search by city or postcode. It is important to note that, by default, results for location will be organised first by those within 1 mile of the city centre ( city centre as determined by Google maps ). If there are several, these will be organised alphabetically. MOP can choose to view these results on a map.

It is not possible to search by multiple keywords, as you would in Google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Coupons Search function

To make the best of this search:

  • Ensure your coupon name is spelled correctly and is as comprehensive as possible.
  • Your coupon keywords are spelled correctly and are as comprehensive as possible. (try to think about the way MOPs may search for your coupons. Such as your name, coupon type, amount of discount etc. tags must be separated by commas and can have spaces where appropriate)
  • The location is accurate and up to date.
  • Your coupon has a high quality image.
  • Your coupon has a valid link to purchase.

 

Jobs search

When searching for Jobs, members of the public (MOP) can search for the Job Title (if it is known), this can be in whole or in part i.e. if the Job is ‘Studio Receptionist Devon’  and a MOP simply types “receptionist’ your Job will still appear in results.

MOP can also search by Type Of Employment in a drop down menu. (Any Type, Full-Time, Part-time, Freelance, Internship, Consultant).

They can then search by category in a drop down menu. (Sport, Social, Business, Family, Religion).

 It is not possible to search by multiple keywords, as you would in Google. 

 

How to make the most out of the YAP Jobs Search function

 

To make the best of this search:

  • Ensure your Job Title is spelled correctly and is as comprehensive as possible.
  • Your Job keywords are spelled correctly and are as comprehensive as possible. (try to think about the way MOPs may search for Jobs. Such as the studio name, Job type etc. tags must be separated by commas and can have spaces where appropriate)
  • The location is accurate and up to date.
  • Your Job has a high quality image.
  • Your Job has a valid link for more information and to apply.

 

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