How to work on Facebook Marketplace with images
Today we are going to talk about the Facebook Marketplace and we will focus on the importance of good quality images for your products to sell, but first, let's have a quick look at what the Facebook Marketplace is for those of you who are just starting now.
So first of all let's clarify that in the Facebook Marketplace the insertion of the ads goes through the groups. When a seller places an ad within a Facebook group, he can also decide to include it in the Facebook Marketplace, thus increasing his sales opportunities.
What you need to insert is very simple: product photo, description, price, and area in which it can be collected. Currently, the platform does not manage the payment phase, for which the seller and buyer will have to agree; in the future, the possibility of concluding all online negotiations will certainly be implemented.
For your ad on the Facebook Marketplace do not give up on quality but take high-level photos. This could give you much better results and ensure you have a higher level of success rate. Before you start posting an ad make sure you are signed in for the Facebook account you intend to sell on the Marketplace otherwise you will end up posting on the wrong page.
Images speak a thousand wordsOf course, this is not always the case, but quality photos can be the ones that make the difference in closing a sale. Shoot the item for sale from different angles, focused on its best sides. If there are signs of wear and usage, be sure to do this especially with a clear image.
If on the description you mention the presence of a scratch, your viewers could think of a defect of large size, when instead you show it with a clear image they can see it might be only a small scratch or dent, thus boosting their confidence in the quality of your product and the service you are offering.
Remember, a Facebook Marketplace buyer has no way to view and touch the product immediately, consequently the more attentive you will be to the details, and the more successful you will be in your negotiation. Obviously, a new generation smartphone is more than enough to take some great photos!