Why Amazon Store Pages are Important for your Brand

Are you selling your products on Amazon? If so, it is important to have an Amazon Store page where your brand can be properly represented and your story can be told in a thoughtful way.

Dual-Shave amazon store page

In a world of new products launching every day, and the ability to shop globally, a brand page is critical, especially for a brand like Dual-Shave™ who launched a new product line in early 2019 in a very competitive industry. A brand page gives your business the opportunity to educate your prospective clients about your company beliefs and mission-critical information, going way beyond the details of a standard product page.

Key features of Amazon Stores:

1. Multi-Page Experience – Multi-page Amazon Stores (up to 3 levels deep) can be used to showcase your brand and products and tell y our story.

2. Easy Store Builder – The intuitive and simple to use store builder empowers you to create a unique Amazon Store for your brand. Easy-to-use templates are available that simplify the page building experience.

3. Enhanced Media Content – Support for rich media like video and images enhances the shopping experience.

“Using the brand’s website content, we can easily build a similar shopping experience for our customers.” De Ivett, Founder of 5D Spectrum.

In today’s global eCommerce market, where shoppers around the world are literally a click away, brands need to be where their customers are shopping. Adding an Amazon Store channel will allow you to expand your reach and increase your digital footprint.

If you are interested to add an Amazon Store to your selling channels contact De Ivett for more details!

To see more of our work on the Dual-Shave brand, check out our project portfolio.

About: De Ivett

With over 25 years in advertising, graphic design, interactive media, software development and programming, De brings her creative and technical talents to lead the 5D Spectrum team. A well-respected voice in the industry, she has served as a technology and branding panelist for several industry conferences including Digital Hollywood.

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