Author: Osric Powell

Osric Powell

Senior business development professional with successful track record and experience in new business and account management roles. Expertise in IT Sales (hardware, software, consultancy, training) to media, retail and a variety of eCommerce markets. Well versed in developing new routes to market through solutions innovation, marketing and forging new alliances. Specialises in new business development and account management

Five critical features of site search

In reality there are plenty of critical features about site search from the position of the search box itself to the way you guide the users actions from the search results page itself.

These five critical areas of site search ought to give you food for thought and, if implemented successfully, make a considerable difference to how your site search pages perform.


Site search: five ways to improve your information architecture

To a lot of people Information Architecture (IA) is some kind of remote construct with no apparent significance.

However,  IA permeates every aspect of our lives, and for e-commerce sites, good information architecture is paramount to success. 


Five ways to improve your site search

If you are looking for ways to improve your business in 2011 without having to spend inordinate amounts of your budget you should review the fundamental areas of your online presence that can provide an exponential return.

Site search is a key way to improve online performance that is tangible and offers near immediate payback. After all, there’s no point driving visitors to your website to then offer them a poor user experience.

Here are five ideas to help you improve your site search...