An Adobe-based survey studied what the 21st century shoppers really want in their online shopping experience. The survey gathered what majority of their respondents (medium to heavy online shoppers) do currently want, do not currently want, and would want to improve in the near future. According to Adobe Scene7, “The results pointed to the importance of offering as many images as possible (all colors and all views) with rich details–ideally featuring all sides of a product, creating a full 360-degree spin. Combining robust imagery with customer reviews/comments has shown to be the ultimate, preferred experience.”
This is how SpinMe, one of the world’s undisputed online imaging specialist, double their online retailer clients in a short period of time including Dixons, Wiggle and Schuh. This is solely because SpinMe offers exactly what online shoppers want to have incorporated in your e-stores. They bring 360-degree “Spin” Photography to life in your websites cost-effectively and hassle-free.
Dixon Retail for example did a relaunching recently and they have SpinMe as partners. Relaunching the Advent Computers online shop, SpinMe was able to provide 360 degree product photography to their products. Users easily rotate 3D objects seamlessly.
Dixons Retail recently worked with SpinMe to relaunch its own-brand Advent Computers website, giving customers a rich-content experience that brings each product to life with the use of 360-degree spin and 3D imagery.
SpinMe provides the following for retailers seeking 360-degree “Spin” Photography solutions:
- photographic software
- in-house studio space
- off-site studio set-up and even;
- training to online retailers.
David Brint, marketing director, SpinMe said, “Retailers’ use of specialist imagery is on the rise – giving the customer complete control of viewing a product from every angle and zooming in on fine detail increases satisfaction and reduces returns. As a result, SpinMe is growing at a rapid pace and we are also on course to triple our turnover this financial year.”