Many parts of SEO are used to help your site rank higher. And SEO-friendly images are a huge part of your website’s overall structure and rank.
When you optimize images for search engines, it will help your site rank top for search engines like Google, Bing, etc. Several thoughts can be put into how to optimize your images and graphics for search rightly.
Those days are gone when your customers have the opportunity to touch, feel, and try the product before buying it. In the digital era, there are only two ways to convince your customers that your products are unique, useful, and of good quality; through your product images and product descriptions. Perhaps, if the photographs of your products are not eye-catchy and convincing enough, the customers will not take the pain to go through the product descriptions no matter how impressively you have written them. So, in order to make the first impression good, product image editing is important.
Retouching product photos is a cakewalk. You take to Photoshop, have the RGB Color mode checked, create a new path, if need be, use the Pen Tool, add some Transforming and Cloning moves, set the Layer Mode to Multiply, follow a few more intricate steps here and there, and voila! You have perfectly retouched photos.
Do you own a small or medium-sized business that sells its products on Amazon? Well, if you do, you are of course not the only one; there are more than 300,000 others, at least that’s what Forbes suggests. Now with competition this tough, it’s not easy for you to stand out. Or maybe it is All you need to do is to make sure that your product photos are up to par, and more importantly, don’s act as yet another reason for the prospects to take their business elsewhere.
When you decide to buy something online, what is the most dominant factor that makes you stick to the product page and look further for its details pertaining to price and features? For most of you, the answer might be product images.
Product images are a powerful means of attracting attention of visitors and the way retail giants like Amazon and eBay have regulated product images has greatly influenced how visitors view images. Even independent stores have begun to implement such guidelines and regulations in order to match the retail marketplace. However it all goes down to the effect of your inventory visuals on potential customers. The more you are able to leverage it the better.