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Go to the product detail page for the item. If you’ve placed an order for the item, you can also go to Click Write a customer review in the Customer Reviews section. Select a Star Rating. A green check mark shows for successfully submitted ratings. (Optional) Add text, photos, or videos and click Submit,
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Why is image not available in Amazon listing?
What if Amazon is Not Showing All of My Images? – When you add product images on Amazon, they must also meet certain technical specifications:
JPEG (.jpg or,jpeg), TIFF (.tif or,tiff), PNG (.png), or GIF (.gif) file formats. JPEG is preferred. Image pixel dimensions of at least 1000 or larger in either height or width preferred. sRGB or CMYK color mode. File names must consist of the product identifier (Amazon ASIN, 13-digit ISBN, EAN, JAN, or UPC) followed by a period and the appropriate file extension. No spaces, dashes, or additional characters are allowed in the file name.
Files that don’t meet these technical specifications and the Amazon image requirements either won’t be uploaded or may be removed after upload. Product listings can also be removed from search until a compliant image is provided. If you’re not seeing all of your images, chances are something is in violation. The Image Issues page in Seller Central is a great resource if you run into any trouble.
Can you change pictures on Amazon listing?
Changing Images 2017-03-08 12:15:18 UTC #1 Hello, I have been contacted by amazon who state i need to change all of my images to non-zoom. Does anyone have any idea of how to do this? Thanks 2017-03-08 13:45:29 UTC #2
- Go to your inventory and then click on one of the product images.
- This will allow you to edit the listing, the tab you want is “Images”
- You can change them there.
Does seem like an odd request that Amazon would make? Did they say why? 2017-03-08 14:24:21 UTC #3 In seller help, the Image Requirements state +Images should be 1,000 pixels or larger in either height or width. This minimum size requirement enables the zoom function on the website. Zoom has been proven to enhance sales. The smallest your file can be is 500 pixels on the longest side.+ Odd that they DON’T want zoomable images in your case? So if you make them less than 1000×1000 they won’t be zoomable. Do this in photo-editing software and then upload them in Manage Inventory > Edit > Images tab It also says +You will find a comprehensive list of all Amazon’s image standards specific to your product category in the corresponding style guidelines. Please read them carefully as images you upload to Amazon must conform with these requirements.+ So it would be worthwhile looking at the standards specific to your category 2017-03-08 14:56:03 UTC #4 Sorry i don’t think my question was very clear. I know how to edit my image in my inventory i just don’t know how to edit it to amazon requirements. For some reason my images can not be zoomed in on by customers. It does seem a little odd as a lot of my images have been on the marketplace for over 3 years and never had a problem until now. Very frustrating as i now have over 20,000 listings in which every picture needs to be changed.2017-03-08 14:58:34 UTC #5 They mean that customers can not zoom in on my images. I have checked my image size and they are over 1000. Do you know of any image editing software in which is easy and quick to use? Thank you 2017-03-08 15:10:26 UTC #6 Yes sorry for the confusion that is what amazon stated in there email. I have checked a couple of my images and they are 1000 or just over but still saying they have a quality alert. Do you have any idea of another software i can use to check this? 2017-03-08 15:00:28 UTC #7 Sorry, initially you said you had to change them to non-zoom – but you actually mean you have to change them to be zoomable – is that right? If so, as per the requirements I stated, images should be 1,000 pixels or larger in either height or width to be zoomable. So you need to upload larger images than you already have I guess 2017-03-08 15:13:15 UTC #8 They mean that customers can not zoom in on my images. I have checked my image size and they are over 1000. Do you know of any image editing software in which is easy and quick to use? Thank you looked at your shop and in the top 3 listings two have small images: first one is only 160×160 Double Winged Nipple Bar This beatiful Nipple Bar features two 13mm Wings on both sides. Thickness:14GA / 1.6mm Length: 5/8″ / 16mm £3.49 second one is 500×446 1.2mm x 6mm 3mm White Opal Set Flat Top Surgical Steel Tragus Cartilage Earring Bar Please note this listing is for the white opal bar only and not all 3. £3.99 so you may have many that are too small. I don’t think image software like gimp etc are going to be much use at the size of your pictures, you will have to photograph them yourself to the correct size.2017-03-08 15:48:03 UTC #10 Thank you so much for your help.
- Have just discovered the software i use to get my image link only allows a max of 800 which would make sense why all my images don’t comply with amazon rules.
- Unfortunately re photographing the whole of my inventory is not an option.
- Why do you not think gimp will be much use to me? 2017-03-08 15:48:47 UTC #11 Sorry to act dumb but i have no idea what DPI ratio is.2017-03-08 15:51:21 UTC #12 It is all my main images that is the problem.
I also have a bag on my listings which i put my products in with my business name on but annoyingly this is the correct size.2017-03-08 15:17:26 UTC #13 You can scale the images using GIMP but you will have to make sure when you do that they do not lose quality.
- Gimp should be okay for 500pixel pictures but the 200 – 400 pixel pictures look very blurry.
- (1) download gimp (it’s free) (2) open picture in gimp (3) click on the word “image” (top bar) and in drop down menu click “scale image” (4) increase width to 1000 pixels or length, whichever works best. Click “scale”
- (5) save pic or copy and paste into paint and save as jpg.
- below the length and width is another thing called x-resolution and Y-resolution I am not sure if that is what is meant by DPI.
2017-03-08 16:35:47 UTC #16 Hi DPI is dots per inch. It controls the density of an image. If you use the GIMP software download version 2.6 because it automatically saves in jpg format. Then if you upload an image and then choose “IMAGE” from the toolbar and then the Scale option you can change the size of the image you want to increase and on that window is an option to increase or decrease the dpi.
I usually choose to input 180.2017-03-08 16:36:56 UTC #17 You dont need to type in the same number in each field because unless you “unlink” the boxes they save the scale ratio and the dpi. You just fill in the first box and click.2017-03-08 16:41:53 UTC #18 Just an aside for info. I had a lot of problems with suppressed images although I had used the RGB white background colour setting on my editing software.WI re shopped the images and checked them on Paint and Coral and they were showing RGB white on those software programmes but the Amazon bot still suppressed them.
I raised a few cases with no help at all from Amazon. After months of trial and error I discovered that my image sizing software was set to 72 dpi. The backgrounds still looked pure white to me. I then discovered that by increasing the density of the image to 180 dpi the backgrounds appeared RGB white to the bot and have never had a problem since.2017-03-08 16:29:21 UTC #19 DPI = dots per inch.
- Sorry, re: GIMP yes x-resolution and y-resolution are what’s needed – just type the same number in each field.
- **Message meant for OP **
- Edited by: Penelope Pit-Stop on Mar 8, 2017 4:30 PM
2017-03-08 17:35:35 UTC #20 Its a pleasure ! For the many posts you have made that have helped me save time and effort! : Changing Images
How many images can you put on Amazon listing?
Additional Images – Amazon provides you space to upload up to 9 images to your Amazon listing. Keep in mind that only the first 7 images (or 6 if your listing features a product video ) will be shown on your actual live listing, as seen in the example below. I recommended adding eye-catching graphics and text to your additional images to help keep the customer interested in and informed about your product. Here’s where you can get creative and add fun, unique backgrounds, along with your logo. Infographics, informative text, and comparisons or size charts provide important information that may help customers convert.
Why did Amazon stop showing reviews?
Why Is Amazon Not Showing Customer Reviews On Your Products? – Your product’s reviews may not be showing up for one of several reasons. In more extreme cases, Amazon might delete or block customers’ input due to a TOS breach. The Amazon TOS changes for sellers, but this can happen because you pay for fake reviews, spam reviews, or personal connections with the reviewer.
- Other reasons Amazon might hide your brand’s reviews from store visitors are a little more straightforward.
- A reviewer may have laced their review with colorful uses of profanity or said things that aren’t allowed on the platform.
- However, the most likely reason is that the reviews in question are simply processing.
There’s not much you can do about that, and we’ll talk about it in detail later.
Why are Amazon review photos blurry?
Amazon resamples images. If you store jpg images with lossy levels of compression, your images may look just fine when you view them but they may translate to a blurred image after they are uploaded and resampled. Results may vary based on browser, monitor or device you are viewing them on.
Do Amazon reviews post immediately?
Reviews will generally show up within 72 hours of posting. – With that said, students at Self-Publishing School have had different experiences with review posts being delayed. Some reviews have been posted immediately, which is great! Some reviews take a little longer to be posted, sometimes up to 4 or 5 days.
Why can’t i upload a photo from my photos?
Steps to fix Google photos not uploading: – CLEAR THE CACHE AND APP DATA: The best solution for photos that won’t upload is to erase the app’s cache and data. UPDATE THE APP: Google Photos may need to be updated if your photos aren’t uploaded there anymore.
MAKE SURE THERE’S ENOUGH SPACE: There are two ways to store photos and movies in Google Photos. The first option is to upload an almost infinite amount of low-resolution images and videos. The alternative is to keep the images and movies in their original formats, but you risk exceeding the 15 GB restriction rapidly.
CHECK THE BACKUP STATUS AND ENABLE SYNCING: Your photos may not be uploaded because the Syncing option is not enabled. CHECK THE SIZE AND TYPE OF THE FILES: You cannot upload any images greater than 75 MB or 100 megapixels. Likewise, for videos larger than 10GB.
How do you write comments on pictures?
Add Captions to Photos on Mobile Devices – If you have an Android device, use the Google Photos app to add captions. Open the photo and tap the “Edit” icon at the bottom. On the bottom of the screen, scroll past Suggestions, Crop, Adjust and the other options and select “More.” Tap “Markup” and then tap the “Text” icon.
- Enter your text, select a color and tap “Done.” Then drag the caption from the center of the image to the bottom or any other position you’d like.
- If you have an iPhone or iPad, use the Apple Photos app to add captions.
- Open the photo, select “Edit” and tap the “More” (.) icon.
- Select “Markup,” tap the “+” icon and select “Text.” When the text box appears on the photo, double-tap it to raise the keyboard.
Type the caption and use the options at the bottom of the screen to change the font, color and size. Drag the caption to wherever you want it and tap “Done.”
How do I turn on commenting on a post?
You can turn commenting back on by next to the post, then selecting Turn on commenting. Learn more about managing posts in a Facebook group you admin.
Can you add photos to Google review after posting?
Can you add photos to a Google review after posting? – Yes, adding photos to a Google review can be added after posting. Depending on the business or service you are reviewing, these images may help other users better understand your experience and the services provided.