Another idea! More analytics. I have a YouTube channel and one of the best things to help are their analytics tools. They allow me to do all sorts, including finding out how people found my videos, what they searched to find the video, what they thought of the video etc. Of course, some of these ideas are not directly relateable to TES resources, but more analytics that allow authors to see how people are finding their resources, how long people spend reading/looking at previews, whether they came from a specific search term, a link or a suggestion on here would help authors to tailor their descriptions and meta-tags to ensure that people who are searching for resources can find the things they want/need.