Product photography is the most important part of your product or business listing

Product photography is the  most important part of your product or business listing, and the most attracted  aspect of your e-commerce profile. Without the ability to touch, hold, smell, taste or otherwise handle the products they are interested in, potential customers have only images to interact with. Ultimately, the softer, tastier, flashier and more attractive your products look to shoppers, the more confident they’ll feel about purchasing from you.

While any produ ct can look great in a photo, keep in mind that your images should match your website’s overall aesthetic and your company’s image. Let’s see how online retailers use nice product images, high-quality product photos for their advertising on Glabex free marketplace.

On this example you can see how the actual product image is presented. White background is very important to showcase the product, to give opportunity to customers to see the products from defend angels.

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Popup gallery allows to showcase the product on the middle of your screen, automatically zoom the existing product image, as it is shown on the following example. I important to upload as many images as you have, as to let customer to browse

among them.

 

You need to show all accessories you supplied with your product, it allows you to add value, incredibly increase your product attractiveness. As you can see on the following example below.

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Get images with the highest resolution, the best quality. If you unable to supply the best quality. Use the existing photos of the same product. But make sure, that the product model and color is the same. As online selling is public offer.

Selling Online: How much will it Cost Me?

Selling Online: How much will it Cost Me?

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Whether you are running your own business or selling random useless stuff, you will be interested to review different online buying and selling platforms. We’re investigating the costs of selling on the four main portals you’re most likely to utilize.

Amazon fees: If you sell more than 40 products a month on Amazon, you need to buy a subscription which is a $39.99 monthly payment.  When an item sells, Amazon takes a 15% “referral fee” and $1.35 “closing fee”. Some products have even higher “referral” and “closing” fees. If you sell a $100 item, you receive $83.75.

eBay fees: eBay fees depend on your subscription. The listing fee for fixed-price items is $0.20 per item. The Final Value Fee depends on what you sell; it varies (Fixed Priced items) from 8% to 15%. If you sell a $100 item, you receive $90.

Glabex fees: There is no general fees to sell on Glabex. This site allows you to list your products for free or set up a professional store for just $0.99 a month. You get paid via Paypal, which takes 2.9% + $0.30 of the total collected fee. The most important part – if you don’t sell anything, you won’t pay a penny! If you sell a $100 item, you receive $96.80.

All fees displayed above reflect the portals fee structure as of August 23, 2012

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