The easier it is for the internet to help us carry out our daily activities, from ordering food to transportation and even helping in doing business.
Now it’s easier to introduce what Fimela’s friends sell, you can use Instagram or e-commerce. However, there are a number of things to consider when selling your products online, such as product photos that can attract buyers’ attention.
Show the best side of the product
When shopping online, have you ever wished you could flip a product image to see another side of the product?
Taking the customer’s point of view, think about which side of the product they are most interested in. Providing product photos from various sides, especially for feshion items in a catalog is very important to ensure customers or potential buyers fully understand the advantages of the products you offer. Apart from all sides (front, side and back), close-up photos are also required to show the details of the existing fabrics, materials and stitch patterns.
Good lighting produces good images
Good lighting conditions enhance the overall shooting atmosphere and place the product in the spotlight allowing customers to have a clear idea of how the product looks in real life. …
In the midst of the new normal, business owners are constantly trying to come up with new and innovative ways to engage their customers via social media as physical interactions are very limited in the current situation. Two of the most popular social media platforms in this decade, Facebook and Instagram have proven themselves to be effective channels to win over subscribers, especially if content is promoted through the ds advertising features on the platforms.
WeAreSocial and GlobalWebIndex also report that 34 percent of Internet users aged 16-64 in Indonesia say they can be exposed to brands from advertising on social media, while another 32 percent claim that recommendations or comments on social media also encourage their desire to know more about the brand. or a particular business.
Start Creating Shoppable Content
Have you ever come across a post that shows the price of a product once it is clicked? If so, then you know what Shoppable Post is. Purchasable posts let customers know prices (and discounts) without being redirected to another site or catalog. This Instagram feature is very popular with businesses and brands because it can increase audience purchase intentions and facilitate the transaction process.
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