Use Bibblio’s catalogues to separate your content
When deciding on catalogue creation, it's best to think not only of the existing categories in your collection, but also their grouping for the purposes of recommendation.
For example, a news site layout might separate content between categories, such as business, politics, culture, entertainment, and opinion. The recommender engine automatically takes care of finding business-related suggestions for business articles and so on, therefore using catalogues to separate topics is not necessary.
However, if the opinion articles tend to drive a lot of traffic and your site triggers a subscription wall after a four article limit, it might be useful to move the opinion pieces to a separate catalogue and showcase them in their own widget in order to ensure your users hit that limit faster.
You can also use catalogues to distinguish between different content formats, such as driving more traffic to your webinars, industry reports or embedded video.
The catalogue functionality is only available with the Quick Start code or via the API.
A page that has been imported to a catalogue will by default only show recommendations from that same catalogue. You can choose to display recommendations from another catalogue by adding a property to the script displaying the recommendations.
Go to the Quick Start code generator.
Complete each step. When you reach step 4b, copy and paste that snippet into your template.
div tag, add the property
where each value is a catalogue name, separated by a comma.
Save your template.
To display recommendations from another catalogue, specify the catalogue id when making a GET request to the