Product images. It’s important because it can either capture your buyer’s attention or turn them off. Before making the purchase decision, buyers want to get a visual sense of the product. And your product images can either make or break the sale.
While the team at InstanteStore works hard to improve our ecommerce solution to help you sell more, we’re also happy to partner with Pixc who specializes in making product photos and images look awesome. They work hard to remove the background so that your product will stand out and have a more professional look and feel to it.
Key points to consider for your product photos :
Show High Quality Images
Many sites have poor quality images or they just don’t look professional. Would you buy from a site that has poor quality product images which you can’t really make out or see the detail?
Not bad huh? Those were some of the product images that Pixc worked on from their gallery.
Here’s a look at their pricing :
Signing up with Pixc is easy as they offer a free trial to show you how good their kung fu is. Click here to create an account with them.
Show Different And Detailed View
Instead of only 1 product image, sellers who show a few more different and detailed view of their products stand a better chance of convincing buyers to buy from them. InstanteStore allows up to 4 images per product with zoom option. More about it here.
Draw Attention To Your Products
At the end of the day, you want buyers to focus on your product because that’s what you want them to buy. While it’s important to make sure that your product images look good and professional, please ensure that your entire site complements the products that you are selling.
If you need help with the look of your site, let us know and we’ll be more than happy to spruce it up for you.
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