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How to Use Site Search to Drive Conversions and Create Customers

Recorded - available as on demand webcast

If you have not optimized site search on your digital commerce site, you are losing money. According to market research firm Econsultancy, users who have performed a search are more likely to make a purchase. And Jupiter Research reports that 80% of customers will abandon a site after a poor search experience. How do you ensure that your visitors stay and convert? 

In this webinar, using real world examples, our panel of site search experts will discuss ways that companies increase conversion, customer acquisition and retention by optimizing site search. The presentation and panel discussion will help you understand if you are losing money as a result of poor search design.        

  • Does your site search consistently autosuggest meaningful terms?        
  • Does your search function ever return irrelevant results leaving visitors confused?        
  • Does your search layout provide a simple and efficient mobile experience?        
  • Do you provide recommendations that drive upsell/cross-sell opportunities?

If you aren’t fully satisfied that your site search is conversion-optimized, attend this webinar and learn the latest best practice methodologies.  Speakers will discuss building, configuring, refining, and implementing a world-class search experience that drives conversion and creates loyal customers.  

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