Guides and Tips

Guides and tips are a great way to give your readers a glimpse into a subject. They can be used in blog posts, how-to guides, or other editorial content. Tips are often accompanied by advice, which is editorial content that offers recommendations, techniques, or advice on how to solve a problem.

How-to guides work best on search engines, as they are easy to understand and target an audience. Advice is a bit more challenging and can challenge readers to think of solutions.

A tip can be a specific item, such as a key chain, or a percentage of the total cost of a trip. A tip for a hunt is usually a percentage of the total cost, such as 10% to 15% of the cost of the hunt.

If you’re not sure what a tip is, or how to write one, you may want to consider starting with the Getting Started Guide. The guide is designed to help new players get started, and contains tips for survival and safety.

Guides also give readers the ability to launch them directly from their browser. You can use a URL Matching condition in the guide’s activation settings to make sure it is launched. Changing the preview page will change how the guide appears to users.

Guided Learning JS API searches happen client-side, so it can be a good option for people who want to avoid communicating with servers. In addition to search, the API allows you to link two or more guides.