Let’s pretened you are buyer. What do you look at first while browsing the product list? Yes, you’re right it’s images. They, perhaps more than anything else, can cause a customer to either click on your listing or to keep scrolling down.
This image is shown at the search result page and it’s the default image on the product detail page.
Amazon has image policy that require the main image for your product include only the product that you are selling and it must be on a white background.
Main images should not picture accessories that are not included in the purchase, people or action shots of the image. Text or badges such as ‘Organic’ or ‘Made in the USA’ are also prohibited.
Secondary images are very crucial points for upcoming purchase. Each image must be high quality and don’t try in save your money or time on this. Invest and this investment will come back to you shortly. People love to rollover the images to zoom them and it’s very disappointing when low quality images doesn’t reflect your product details. Just be in customer’s shoes.
Secondary images may include:
Amazon allows from 5 to 9 images for each product depending on category.
It is recommended to use all available image spots: more image more sales.
Look for a professional photographer or studio to create outstanding and creative images. We recomend to post a job on free-lance site like Fiverr and choose the best person. Usually the next steps will be performed: