We’ve introduced a neat new feature on some sections of Cisco.com that we hope makes it easy to discover relevant related information as you’re browsing. Here’s how it works.
When you’re on some of our pages, you’ll notice a “Related Popular Pages” box with a list of other pages. The list you see is a balanced aggregartion of the popular pages that readers of that page had an affinity to (i.e. visited) — kind of like the “shoppers who bought The Fray also bought Mat Kearney” feature on Amazon.com, but with web pages. “Related popular pages” is a way to show items that are relevant to a specific item in question --aggregating user interactions with content, which we call “socially relevant gestures”.
Enjoy, and please send comments!