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London, UK – August 31, 2012 – SLI Systems (www.sli-systems.com) today announced that it has released a new updated version of its very popular “Big Book of Site Search Tips,” an updated collection of tips and advice for creating a user-friendly site search based on the growing influence of mobile and social media, among other trends. The newest eBook is available as a free download on the SLI website at http://GetSLIeBooks.com.

The 2012 Big Book of Site Search Tips includes 100 tips across several categories, including Formatting and Layout, Refinements, Relevance, Mobile, Merchandising and Reporting. SLI’s Big Book of Site Search Tips is also designed to help site owners increase usage of the search box.

“Throughout our newest Big Book, website owners will find many innovative ideas for creating a search experience online that rivals that of up close and personal, in-store shopping,” said Shaun Ryan, CEO of SLI Systems. “Additionally, we’ve focused a lot of attention on how to make the most of the social media content brands and their followers are generating online. From publishers to online retailers, site owners have invested a lot of time and money building their brands on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and it makes good business sense to bring this content into site search results.”

“Every day, we come across research showing that site search users are much more likely to convert, and that they buy more and spend more time on a site,” Ryan said. “By continually improving and refining site search, site owners can capture this additional revenue and encourage more customers to become regular search users.”

Published on: 11:31AM on 31st August 2012