Bring Clients to your Retail Store with Online Photography and Video
Even though people are usually eager to use whatever device they have at their immediate disposal to research a product they are interested in purchasing, the odds are better than not that they will still visit a physical retail outlet to buy the item if they like what they see using their computers, mobile phones or tablets rather than making a purchase online. Despite this long-standing buying trend, it’s important not to underestimate the impact that the photos and/or video you use to promote your products over the Internet have because they are critical to bringing prospects who are ready to buy what you are selling into your retail establishment.
Build Your Clients’ Interest with Visuals
By using online videos, 360-degree photography and/or still shots, you have the opportunity to both build your clients’ interest in your products and earn their trust by presenting a visual story regarding the items your company sells. For instance, by creating an online catalogue of your products that consists of 360-degree and two-dimensional pictures, as well as videos, you can visually demonstrate one product’s many components and features from all of its sides with a 360-degree view while highlighting the sheer beauty of another product that is, perhaps, simpler in design with a two-dimensional shot. And you can show your prospects how yet another item works or moves with a video.
For example, giving your prospects the chance to see a new gaming system via a 360-degree view, you can show them what other systems it is compatible with, how sleek it’s design is, and how easy the machine’s controllers will be for them to manipulate. If your company also sells dining sets and accompanying utensils, a two-dimensional photo of a table perfectly set in anticipation of a gathering with family or friends will help your clients envision the same beautiful table-setting in their own kitchens or dining rooms – you’ll be telling the story of their next social or familial gathering, in other words. Finally, if your company sells high-end mountain bicycles, your catalogue may include a video of a young adult buying one of your company’s models, training over the course of a certain period of time, and finally conquering that hill he or she had been struggling to summit thanks to your company’s bicycle.
Determining which Visuals are Right for You
Figuring out whether you should use videos, 360-degree photos, two-dimensional pictures, or some combination thereof to market your company’s products is not easy to do, especially because the industry your business competes in is a determining factor. The marketing professionals at Visual Artistics know the best way for businesses in your industry to visually present their products. By contacting Visual Artistics today, you will be well on your way to letting your prospects experience your products on their computers, mobile phones and tablets in a way that is unique to your company yet appropriate for your industry. And this means you will be well on your way to greeting your prospects in your retail store…when they are ready to actually make a purchase.Tags: Business, Photography, Retail, Retail Trade, Shopping
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