3 Steps to a Dynamic Product Listing

How you display your products is the life line of your online boutique. Go

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od product listing results in high sales. There are 3 key parts of a product listing; the title, description, and photos. In this article we will look at how to optimize these 3 areas to make a

product that stands out.

Title

The title is the initial attention-grabber of the product because not everyone will see the product description rather some people will just look at the product title only. Do you ever wonder why makeup companies name their makeup shades snazzy names instead of just describing the shade? They are looking for a title that invokes emotion, is easy to remember, tell about the product and grabs the attention of the potential buyer. Depending on the category a title can be more descriptive or a little trendier. This is where it’s important to know your target audience.

Description

The description is where you introduce the product to the potential buyers. With online stores, it is very likely that the customer will not have seen the product at all before purchasing so you want to make the description as detailed and enticing as possible. Avoid too lengthy and boring kind of descriptions.

Descriptions should include following whenever possible:

a)    Product measurement

b)    Color

c)    Materials used

d)    Any other information about the product that you think is important for your customers.

Having a well-defined description reduces refunds because customers have a good idea of what to expect, and they know what they are buying.

Photos

I cannot say enough about the importance good product photos. Product photos are the key to online sales on your site and on social media. The photos are usually the first thing people look at. If the photos aren’t good enough or catchy, then they will most likely not going to read product title and description.

Specific sells Amy Porterfield QuoteSome elements of a good product photo are lighting, model and background. Some photos look good with a minimal props and background while others look good with a scene. You’ll read in my post ‘they call it model for a reason’ the importance of staging a product. It is also a good idea to use multiple views of the product on the listing so they can get a full view and often answer any question before they arise.

If you are going to splurge in any area of your business I recommend taking professional or semiprofessional product photos. If you don’t have the budget for a pro, there are still lots of options to do it yourself. Visit our resources section to find a list of photography resources.

Are you ready to get working on those dynamic product descriptions, grab my Product Description Formula, a free a 11 page workbook that will take you step by step through crafting the best product pages http://onlineboutiquesource.com/describeit

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