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Guidelines for Taking Aesthetic Product Image Photography

  eCommerce is more competitive than ever, and how you present your product to your visitors can have a significant impact on sales. So, when it comes to product photography for eCommerce, you’ll want to do your best in putting your best foot—er, photo—forward.
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Nail your eCommerce Product Images with this Strategy (+ 17 Fail-proof Tips)

Images play a huge role in the success of an eCommerce website. They can impact conversion rates, return rates, and even the number of people who actually see your merchandise. Obviously, with so much at stake, it’s important to get your eCommerce images exactly right – which means you have to master not just product photography but also planning and some post-shoot optimization. Here, we lay out a can’t-lose strategy to ensure your eCommerce images are up to the task of boosting your conversion rate, lowering your return rate, and improving the overall experience of customers who visit your site.
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The Ultimate eCommerce Product Image Guide for 2020

It’s hard to overstate the importance of visual content on an eCommerce website. It feels like “product imagery” includes more advanced formats like video, interactive 3D and augmented reality and has to do the work that was once done by physical products themselves: helping shoppers make a decision about whether or not to buy what you’re selling.
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Furniture brands: If you’re not doing these 4 things, you’re probably losing money

It's said that furniture is one of the hardest things to shop for because of all the considerations—size, finish, colorway, durability…the list goes on. That’s why furniture retailers have to provide the best shopping experience possible, or risk losing out. These 4 tips ensure furniture brands will stay on top of their game.
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Personalization, Customization, Configuration: An Intro for Ecommerce Marketers

  In 2015, Deloitte predicted the rise of made-to-order mass personalization. Its research showed that brands that offer personalization opportunities – and do it well – can expect an ROI on marketing spend of 500 to 800 percent.
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