We’ve all been there: you search for a product, dig through dozens of thumbnails, find one that looks exactly like what you want, click to enlarge, and see a photo so pixelated that Seurat would be jealous. A small or pixelated image can be the difference between making the sale and driving your potential customers to a competitor.
In their latest product feed specs update, Google recommends that advertisers use product images of at least 800 pixels in height and width to accommodate users searching on devices with high-definition screens. So put those beautiful pixels to work. It’s time to adapt your Google Merchant Center feed for the hi-def world.
Selling multipacks, custom goods, or non-family safe products, too? Check out how the new specs affect you.