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Product Styling for a Higher Revenue

Marianne Krohn, The Product Stylist

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6 Videos (20m)
    • Introduction

      2:18
    • Lesson 1 | Define Your Focus

      2:05
    • Lesson 2a | Tell Your Brand Story

      5:11
    • Lesson 2b | Tell Your Product Story

      2:53
    • Lesson 3 | Select the Props

      6:18
    • Last Words [& Bloopers]

      1:29
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About This Class

[December 15th 2018: Updated version with improved audio quality and even more examples!]

Are you an online shop owner who wants to boost your product sales and revenue? Do you want to leave your website visitors feeling like they must have what you are selling?


IF YOU WANT TO MAKE YOUR PRODUCTS SHINE, THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU!


Make your products irresistible by learning how to

  • show your products in the best light possible
  • through presenting them in a way that supports your brand story
  • and, consequently, attracting the right clients.

 

Are you an Etsy or Shopify seller? Or do you own a brick and mortar store?

THIS CLASS IS A MUST FOR PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHERS AND BOTH ONLINE AND OFFLINE STORE OWNERS.

I'm teaching you the tricks and strategies the large, best-selling stores use to entice their clients to purchase their products. And I'm doing this through a real life example: By taking you behind the scenes of one of my client projects.

You will learn how to approach create a solid foundation for your product styling by working through three easy steps:

  1. Defining the focus of your styling.
  2. Deciding on the story you want to tell.
  3. Selecting the props to support your story.

   

This class does not require any previous knowledge in product styling.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CLASS IS FOCUSED ONLY ON STYLING AND NOT ON PHOTOGRAPHY!

Wwe are focusing on creating the basis for product stylings that will convert for you. Because the best photo won’t convert, if the styling is not on point, i.e. not targeting the right people and not supporting the brand story. 

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Marianne Krohn

The Product Stylist

I'm a Visual Merchandiser with 10 years of experience in retail. I know exactly what it takes to create product stylings that are not only beautiful but that also convert.

I'm a teacher at heart and have been passing on my knowledge to the people around me as long as I can remember. To me, teaching is not only about passing on knowledge. It‘s about giving the people I work with the confidence in themselves. About giving them the basis to shine with their new found knowl...

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