For many of us, our first experience with commerce probably was a childhood lemonade stand. What you needed to get started couldn’t have been simpler: water, lemons, sugar, cups, a pitcher, a table and a hand-lettered sign announcing your product for the low price of 25 cents (give or take). Now that you’re grown up, however, the checklist of items you need to have before you can hang your shingle in the world of commerce is much longer. That’s especially true when talking about ecommerce. It’s easy to tell right away if your brick-and-mortar store doesn’t have enough shelves for your inventory, for example. However, it’s not as easy to tell if your e-commerce site doesn’t have a search function that helps customers find what they need.