Jan 132014
 

We’ve all arrived at search results pages where no results are found. If handled poorly these pages can harm your website’s goodwill, and if handled well they can increase site use by offering your visitors alternative suggestions and options. The author provides good examples and tips on best practices.

3 Guidelines for Search Engine "No Results" Pages.

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