Aspects of adaptive topic marker navigation are described. According to one feature, an adaptive topic is established and associated with a marker. The adaptive topic may be initially established based on a user's history of browsing activity. Over time, a change in status associated with the adaptive topic is monitored. The change in status may be associated with a change in purchase history of the user, a change in geographic location of the user, or a change in content associated with the active topic, for example. In response to the change in status, a query associated with the adaptive topic may be updated and performed, to provide an updated collection of content for the adaptive topic. In another feature, a navigation page including static and active topic markers may be reorganized over time according to a relevancy of adaptive topics, to provide an adaptive navigation page for the user.
* 8539359 Social network driven indexing system for instantly clustering people with concurrent focus on same topic into on-topic chat rooms and/or for generating on-topic search results tailored to user preferences regarding topic
* 2012/0042,263 SOCIAL-TOPICAL ADAPTIVE NETWORKING (STAN) SYSTEM ALLOWING FOR COOPERATIVE INTER-COUPLING WITH EXTERNAL SOCIAL NETWORKING SYSTEMS AND OTHER CONTENT SOURCES
* 2012/0290,950 SOCIAL-TOPICAL ADAPTIVE NETWORKING (STAN) SYSTEM ALLOWING FOR GROUP BASED CONTEXTUAL TRANSACTION OFFERS AND ACCEPTANCES AND HOT TOPIC WATCHDOGGING
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