What's the main
goal of every product you list on Amazon? Generate more sales, right? Seems obvious, but too many sellers are neglecting the crucial listing component: captivating, engaging product images
The data is clear: Subpar images results in lackluster sales. You may be losing tons of Amazon shoppers once they've landed on your product page since the photos don't capture customer attention.
Think about the last time you looked for an item on Amazon. Did you check at all of the images before reading well-written, informative product details? Most likely, you did. Visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text, so not surprising that product images is the first way that shoppers evaluate the product against their expectations.
Images don't replace a well-written product description, but they certainly play a leading role in purchasing decisions. Both well-crafted, high-quality product descriptions and images are critical for your business success.
Since your customers can't physically touch or experience your product, they rely on crisp, detailed images. It's up to your product photos
to persuade them. If their experience with your product images is as close to real life as possible, then they are more likely to make a purchase. Product Images Give You Competitive Advantage
Let's look at an example: There were 803 results for water bottle with filter
in All Departments. This one showed up on page one:
The company is currently selling 230 bottles a day at $38.95 a piece.