1.9.1 YITH WooCommerce Ajax Search Premium
What the plug-in does
Integrate an effective predictive search engine on your store to allow users to quickly find the products they want.
How you benefit from this.
You’ll allow your customers to search and get results in real time without having to load additional pages and limit wait times.
You will be able to allow your users to search within a specific category or tag and filter the results.
Users will be able to search by SKU and quickly find products in your catalog.
You can include badges and prices in your search results to highlight promotions and special offers.
Make sure they find what they’re looking for. And even more.
WooCommerce’s Ajax search allows users to search for products in your store/website and display search results in real time.
The search bar is one of the most common and important tools for any type of website, but it’s often not good enough, it only displays a limited number of products, and it’s slow and difficult to use.
Given that this is the landmark for all customers who will find themselves navigating your site, you have to make sure that you are providing a professional tool that really helps with navigation in order to quickly guide your customers towards the products they are seeking (studies show that users spend an average of 15 seconds on any website, so hurry up! .
Anyone who works in web design is well aware: the most important research in usability can tell us a lot about the effectiveness of search forms. In this case, “validity” means the ability to convert visitors – even accidental ones – into buyers and generate purchases.
Let’s take an example: five users will visit your website today. Three of them will use the search form on the page to find a product. You only have 7 seconds to give these users what they want before they decide to leave your site and search elsewhere.
A great feature of the search form is the ones that make all the catalog products easy and fast to find, thanks to the immediate search that also allows the use of tags, categories and product codes to find products.
In addition, great features include the ability to turn search into a marketing tool, allowing you to show previews of products in search results that perfectly match the user’s needs, or highlight specific discounts and promotions.
Research with online store customers shows that one of the main reasons that causes customers to abandon their shopping carts before completing a purchase is difficulty navigating the site.
We’ve become so accustomed to the search bar that we demand that it provide us with the information we need immediately. Consider Google and Facebook: we use their search bars every day and we take them for granted, but what if they suddenly stopped working and didn’t display any results? Or will they show irrelevant results and we won’t be disappointed?
The same thing can happen to your store, and in case you don’t have an optimized search bar, it’s never a good idea to disappoint our customers.