I love using mug mockups with my ecommerce business, which is one of the best online jobs you can have. I think mockups are a great way to show off my products, and they can really help increase sales, as customers love seeing mockups as well.
In this post, I’ll share several ways that mug mockups can help you earn more sales fast.
What are mug mockups?
Before jumping into why mug mockups are important and can help you earn more sales, let’s first go over what mug mockups are.
A mug mockup, in this case, is an image of a coffee mug set against an engaging background. The mug might be shown on a table or a desk. Or it might be shown in the hands of a person who is sipping from it while at work.
The purpose of a mug mockup is to show the product in a more engaging, eye-catching way as opposed to showing it against a boring white background.
You can create mug mockups using image-creation tools like Canva.com.
So now that you know what mug mockups are in this context, let’s talk about how mug mockups can help you earn more sales.
How mockups can boost your ecommerce sales
1. They can improve your brand awareness.
When you create a mug mockup, you can include your business’ name and logo along with the mug image. This helps customers remember your business so they’ll be more likely to do business with you in the future.
2. They help you to create a consistent brand image.
Feeding off of number one, if you’re using mug mockups as part of your branding strategy, they can help to create a consistent brand image. When all of your promotional materials – including your mockups – feature the same patterns, color schemes, or backdrops, it helps to create a unified brand image, which is more memorable for customers.
3. They appeal to customers.
When customers see your mug design in a mockup, they’ll be more likely to want to buy the mug. Mockups help your products stand out from the crowd. They look more professional and help customers envision what it would be like to own the mug, especially when the mockups feature people holding the mug.
4. They are great for promotions and marketing campaigns.
Mockups are perfect for promoting your coffee mugs (you can create mockups for the other types of products you sell as well). You can use them in online ads, on your website, and even in print materials. You can also add mug mockups to your social media content. This includes Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and more.
When you include mockups with your promotional materials, you make them more eye-catching. And as a result, people will be more likely to want to engage with your content and potentially purchase one of your mugs.
5. They can increase customer confidence.
When customers see your product rendered on a mockup, they’ll be more likely to trust that it will look good in their home or office. Again, mockups help customers visualize what it would be like to own that mug. And this helps bridge the gap from browsing to purchasing.
Overall, mug mockups have lots of potential to be really great for your ecommerce business. They help you make extra money online so you can increase your earnings from home and live your best life.
You can create your own mockups using an image-creation tool, like Canva, which I previously mentioned, or you can hire designers to create the mockups for you.
I also include a variety of mockups that you are free to use on my website. Just input ‘mockups’ into the search bar and you’ll be able to find a bunch of them.
I hope you found this post useful! If you try using mug mockups with your product listings or social media content, leave a comment below. And if you enjoyed this post, please share it with your friends and followers, especially if they’re interested in learning more about good online jobs.
2 thoughts on “Top ways mug mockups can help you earn more sales”
It would be great if the mug mockups looked the same as the mugs supplied by gearbubble.
i don’t want to use these mockups as the mugs are taller and quite a different shape to the ones i’m selling. maybe they could be updated please?
Hey Lisa, The mug mockups are actually based on the GearBubble mugs. :)