Category: User Generated Content

Online jewelry brands Folli Follie & Links of London build customer trust with the help of Photoslurp

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The FF Group, parent company of online jewelry brands Folli Follie & Links of London, sought to improve their customers’ online shopping experience by integrating authentic User Generated Content into their eCommerce stores. Looking to Photoslurp as their UGC platform, this partnership gives these flagship jewelry and accessory brands the ability to gather User Generated […]

Denby Pottery helps customers visualize products in their homes with Photoslurp’s technology

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Denby Pottery has taken User Generated Content integration to the next level, now allowing customers to sort shoppable UGC content based on product colors and style. With help from visual commerce platform, Photoslurp, Denby’s unique galleries improve the online shopping journey by making it easier for customers to envision products before purchasing. “By embedding a […]

Watch brand, Bell & Ross, partners with Photoslurp to create a more compelling online shopping journey

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Bell & Ross, maker of premium Swiss watches, provides online customers with a captivating shopping journey through their integration of User Generated Content. Using the Photoslurp platform, their eCommerce store presents customer content collected from social media that’s made shoppable to inspire customers to purchase. Bell & Ross joins the growing list of luxury watchmakers […]

User Generated Content Examples: 12 Inspiring eCommerce UGC Galleries

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Sometimes all we need is a little inspiration. That’s why we wanted to put together a list of User Generated Content examples to keep your gears grinding! After all, User Generated Content is one of the most lucrative ways to increase conversions on your store. So if you haven’t started integrating customer content into your website…let these […]

Discovering the Power of the Instagram Hashtag

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Did you know that Instagram users don’t see 70% of the media on their feed? Meaning that unless users specifically look up your Instagram hashtag, there’s a good chance they’re not seeing what you post. And meanwhile, everyone else is working their hardest to be a part of the other 30%. “Instagram users don’t see 70% of […]