- Be good at visual communication with your clients.
For physical fashion retailers, product display is an essential part of a customer’s experience in the showroom. Brand owners invest a lot in screens to give the product a more prominent appearance than real life. If you do not have a simplified process to produce content, with the product photos, imagine that your customers look at your product with their eyes. Let your photos communicate with you about the value of the product. These are some of the angles that must be covered when presenting your product as an image to your clients.
- Pay attention to the packaging of the product.
Some online retailers are showing attractive product packages to increase the perceived value of their products. Your effort here is to compensate for the experience you had in a real exhibition room. The presentation of the product packaging gives the customer a general description of the product delivery experience before placing the order. It guarantees that the package offers everything that customers can expect from a fashion store. From the embossing on the paper to the taut logo, high-quality articles, hand-finished and textile accessories. They show their containers in their canvases.
- Use product descriptions to give your product to a character.
With the growing maturity of social networks as a marketing channel, fashion retailers of the new era no longer have to write meta tags and descriptions of spam products to attract Google. Now you can concentrate on writing meta tags and product descriptions to communicate the value of the product to the customer and its history.
- Attention to the inflation of the perceived value.
Online retailers thrive with renewed orders, higher average order value and lifetime customer value. But if it inflates the perceived value, the repeated command and the average value of the command will remain.
- Avoid selling on your home page
Fashion retailers use the homepage to interact with visitors/customers, communicating the company’s message and building relationships and trust. The leading online fashion retailers do not show the prices of the products on their homepage. Instead, they are encouraged to start their own business before embarking on the cost of the product.
- Tell a story with your page “about”
People who sell behind the scenes must be enthusiastic, and their passion for business should be manifested on the website. Clients want to know what they are dealing with and appreciate transparency. Show them the people behind the brand that runs the show.