Online content providers typically provided personalized content recommendations. Content is available across many domains or verticals. Within each vertical, content can occur in clusters. A cluster is a set of content with correlated viewership. Certain metrics such as user engagement, user appeal, etc., apply to all content verticals while some metrics such as re-engagement, subscriptions, etc., apply only to specific verticals. The vertical-specific metrics are not comparable across verticals. This disclosure describes techniques to rank clusters within verticals that may have different and incomparable metrics or objectives. In a first pass, the clusters are ranked by metrics common across multiple verticals. In a second pass, the clusters with each vertical are re-ranked by metrics or objectives core to that vertical.

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