How to Add Related Search Terms in Magento Stores
Magento Content management System (CMS) has an inbuilt search mechanism using which customers can find their required items in the store easily. But at times the user doesn’t know the right query or keyword to start a search. So even if the desired product is in store, the customer is not able to find it. Under such situations adding related search terms in Magento stores is beneficial for both the site owner as well as the customer.
If customers are looking for a product and they ultimately find it, still adding related search terms is a better marketing option for store owners. It improves the customer’s shopping experience which in turn boosts product sale in the online store.
Steps to Add Related Search Terms in Magento Shopping Cart
Though this blog post we would be covering how to add related search terms in your Magento online stores. Follow the complete step by step tutorial to add related search terms in Magento shopping carts easily.
- Log into the Admin Panel with proper credentials
- Select Catalog > Search Terms
- Inside the list, click to open the search term in edit mode
- Carry out the following steps in the Related Search section:
- Click the ‘Reset Filter’ button to generate a list of all search terms
- In the first column, select the checkbox of each search term that is related to the term that is listed in the General Information section of the record.
- Click the ‘Save Search’ button
- Set the Search Filter to ‘Any’ in the first column
- Click the ‘Search’ button to save the changes made
This is the most recommended method to add related search terms in Magento CMS. But if you are facing any sort of difficulty in including the related search queries in your Magento run store, then Request a Quote with us.
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