On every fashion they visit. Best practice: offer at least the most popular filters in your industry The lower percentage of that display the 'price' can have several causes. For example, there may be webshops that deliberately omit this filter, in the hope that visitors will come into contact with more expensive items than they were initially looking for. It is also possible that this filter is technically more difficult to implement (because it has no discrete values) and is therefore not used.
Best practice: display a 'Price' filter on the executive list category pages (preferably with a range selection and histogram). Price filters The fact that 'brand' is used by a large number of but not by as many as with the above filters, can possibly be explained by the fact that there are also a large number of single brand webs hops in the list, which of course have nothing to do with a 'brand'. have a filter. It then becomes visible that the other filters are used by a maximum of approximately 1 in 4 webs hops. Of course it is too short-sighted to say that more filters are better. Orientation Both a horizontal and a vertical.
Filter orientation are used by sufficient web shops. These will not feel unusual to visitors. Horizontal and vertical filters also have their own advantages and disadvantages. Think of a better overview of the total set of available filters (horizontal) or more space to show multiple filters open at the same time (vertical). Furthermore, both horizontal and vertical orientations are used to show both small and large numbers of filters. Displaying in a horizontal or vertical orientation therefore seems to be mainly a (well-researched or not) preference of a certain webs hop. Visibility Only a small percentage.