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Md Mostakim Hossain
Jul 07, 2022
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The delay will be minimal as you are only trying to load a handful of images at a time. image loading But we still have the problem of forcing the visitor to potentially scroll through a thousand products to find the one they want. Some visitors are happy to do this, but most are not. (Incidentally, visitors will see many more products scrolling through than when clicking “next page”!) Advertising Continue reading below The best way to reduce the number of products the visitor has to browse is to set up product filters. Create as many filters as you want for your products. For example, a ski boots page might have filters for men, women, boys, girls, brand, performance, weight, size, skill level, fit, flex, number hair masking service of buckles, color, price, year, heated, etc Each click of a filter reduces the number of visible products, making it easier for the buyer to find the right product. Product filtering Use keyword research to determine which filters require their own landing pages and which do not. For our ski boot filters, there are probably few ski boot searches by color. This can be a real-time filter that changes the products displayed on the page without changing URLs. However, there are probably a number of ski boot searchers by brand. This is worthy of its own optimized landing page. Advertising Continue reading below Search engines follow filters leading to unique URLs, which helps get these filtered product pages into search results and provides a higher likelihood that products will end up in search indexes as well. alternative option Alright, so what do you do if for some reason you can't create filters or load images on demand? This puts you back to dividing your products into page 1, page 2, page 3, etc. If this is you, there is still hope.
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