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Your products have been featured by customers in the content that they’ve posted on social media. Collect this content and use it to extend your brand’s social engagement into your eCommerce store. Then, say hello to ROI.
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Inspire shoppers with visuals of how customers use your products in the wild.
With a wide range of products on offer, one of the main challenges for brands in this industry is proving the value of products by demonstrating their use. Show shoppers how real customers are doing just that by collecting images and videos from social media and displaying them in your eCommerce, thus inspiring customers with real-life examples of how to use your products.
“By embedding a ‘Shop this look’ feature directly into the product detail pages, we can now provide customers a new way to truly visualise how the product may look in their own homes.”
Ged Lightfoot, eCommerce Manager at Denby Read article
Create a more compelling shopping journey across your eCommerce by inspiring customers with social proof.
People love shopping social content because it helps them see what’s on the market and how well each product works. When you include this content on your product pages, you’re providing the social proof that shoppers crave when shopping online. Now, when they browse a product on your eCommerce, they can see visuals of real people recommending that exact product.
Improve your eCommerce performance like Consumer Goods brand Cool Stuff.
Sweden’s largest gadget shop, Cool Stuff, has always had a strong sense of their brand voice. For that reason, they chose to integrate Photoslurp into their eCommerce store to extend this brand identity further while inspiring more customers to join their international brand community.
“We love to see photos from our customers, and we feel that customer photos bring it closer to the brand as well. Since a lot of our products are unusual, we use UGC mostly as a way to see how the customers use the products: if they use them in a different way, how they use them and just to get a response from customers.”
Pelle Bergkvist, Art Director at CoolStuff Read case study
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