Generally, with the Low Hanging System, I tell people to keep everything as simple as possible.
But when you have a product that shows some traction, sometimes it’s great to scale up. And to do that, one easy win is to eliminate as many points of friction between the customer and buy button as possible.
One way to do this is by providing customers with all of the information they need about your products upfront. If you preemptively answer customers’ questions and address their concerns, you make the decision to buy a no-brainer. Customers no longer have any doubt that buying your product is the way to go.
You can accomplish this by including detailed product descriptions, which you may already be doing. Or, another way is to add images with your products’ details to your listings.
When customers shop, the first thing they look at is your product’s images. Your product’s description may be less noticeable. So if you include an image containing all of the most relevant information about your product, customers are very likely to see it.
And that way, customers hopefully find all of the information they need to complete their purchase.
To that end, I had my fantastic designers create a series of images containing product details for you. You can add these images to your listings and increase the likelihood of getting sales.
The images include details for the following products:
- beer steins
- Christmas ornaments
- coffee mugs
- face masks
- neck gaiters
- pillow cases
- shot glasses
- throw pillows
- travel mugs
- water bottles
- women’s briefs
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After downloading the images, all you have to do is add them to your products’ listings!
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