Review Descriptions and titles?
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Hello hello Lana!
I'm starting with this one:
You put in everything I needed to know and used words that were accurate and applicable. If all your listings are like this, you're in phenomenal shape.
I think my only suggestion on your titles and description are to include more style words. What kind of person would want the item? Are they romantic? Down to earth? Do they like geometry or are more avant garde? Do they like loud, big, statement pieces? Or are they more a fan of delicate, ethereal items? By adding more words about style, you can better attract those kinds of buyers.
Posted at 3:11 pm Jun 22, 2012 EDT
Thanks so much for the feedback. I haven't had any sales so I was starting to get concerned.
I completely understand the style suggestion. I do use them in my tagging but I could see how I could use them in my description.
I just got a conversation that my photos are too dark but I didn't think that's the case at all, I've looked on my phone and my computer and I don't see the pictures as dark. What do you think?
Posted at 5:53 pm Jun 22, 2012 EDT
Your photos are a bit dark but a good part of that has to do with the fact that you're not using a white background. By brightening them up (by adjusting the levels or white balance), you ensure that your items are the focus of the picture. Making sure the colors are true and that the picture is eye-catching are better points to focus on. When you run a search for your kind of jewelry, do your photos pop off the page? Are they the first ones you would click? Why or why not? Replicate this with a friend.
Posted at 11:54 am Jun 23, 2012 EDT