When customers come up against a “no results” page, there is a high probability that they will leave the shop. There can be many reasons for a search returning no results: It could be that the search does not understand the language the customer is using, especially if the search queries are long, or make use of technical terminology – such as culotte, to describe wide-cut trousers. Or perhaps your assortment does not contain the product being searched for. However, typing errors are the most common cause: In one week, 83 different spellings for “Birkenstock” brand shoes were used in an online shop. If the search does not recognise this, only the 84th search term used will lead to the correct product. FACT-Finder allows you to make a significant reduction in the number of “no results” searches, but of course these can never be eliminated completely. In this article, we explain how you can convince customers to make a purchase nonetheless.