The main image on Amazon has a huge impact on a seller’s click-through rate. Choose the wrong picture, and you risk confusing your target audience and sending them to your competition.
In this PickFu poll, a seller wanted to know which image for a phone grip is more attention-grabbing. The two images are identical with the exception of an inset showing the product’s magnetic quality (Option B).
Lifestyle vs. product photography — which is more important to feature? Because product photos make a huge impact on your customer’s willingness to buy what you’re selling, you want to be sure you’re making the right impression.
The best way to know is to ask. That’s exactly what this seller did to help choose between an artistically composed lifestyle photo and a pure product image without distractions.
Though both photos are stunning, which option would be most likely to prompt a purchase?
Be careful what you name your book. Bad self-help book titles can be a real turn-off for potential readers. You’ve got to get your title just right.
One author recently discovered this lesson while testing titles for a self-help book on PickFu. This author wisely asked 100 people who read at least one book a month for votes and opinions on these three potential titles.
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, drives more traffic to your web pages through organic web searches. By optimizing your web content, people can more easily find the answers they’re looking for as well as services and products. App Store SEO should be treated with the same importance as web pages, but with the goal of increasing app downloads.
With so many ranking factors in the App Store, let’s outline how to improve your app’s visibility.
Top Amazon sellers understand that product visuals — from videos to photography to A+ content — must showcase how fantastic their products are. The only problem? You need to make sure that you’re choosing the rightvisuals. While all product images are important, the main image is critical because it’s what shoppers will click or ignore in their Amazon search results.
So, how do you choose the image that’s going to immediately earn the attention and trust of your target customer? It’s simple: ask them.
In this PickFu poll, a seller asks 50 Amazon Prime members which product image they prefer.
You’ve done your research. For hours, you and your team have brainstormed a product idea and you’re pretty sure it fulfills an existing pain point in your customers. You’re so excited to share your new product with the world that you just want to rush it out and start selling it.