View Poll Results: Question About Product Images - Australian Native T-Shirts

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  • A closeup of the design

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  • The entire t-shirt

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  1. #1
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    Hey All - I have a question for our affiliates and affiliates in general about the type of image you'd prefer in the datafeed.

    In our case of course it's t-shirts. Which do you prefer:

    1. A closeup of the design like this..


    or

    2. The entire t-shirt like this..


    Thanks in advance to anyone who votes/comments!

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    I love the look of the full figured image better, its clear and concise that it’s a T-Shirt and not just an image. Also I can imagine my boobies in the T-Shirt

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    OMG you have boobies? I thought you were all bottom LOL

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    The entire shirt, but would prefer a white (neutral, or not as distracting) background.
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    Showing the entire shirt should really help convey the "full print design concept" of these shirts.

    Many who just see the image only would probably assume these are standard-sized square images printed on t-shirts.

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    There's a big difference between the image and the whole shirt, so the whole thing every time. A cut-out picture with white background would be preferable.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> A cut-out picture with white background would be preferable. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE> That'd delay the replacement of the closeups with full body images significantly

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    I like the whole t-shirt look too.

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    I'm guessing Haiko probably meant that brick wall background behind the shirt...

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    Oops, ok, read him wrong.

    White backgrounds stand out like the dickens on any site that isn't white though (surprisingly few affiliate sites seem to have white backgrounds, not sure why).

    I did them with bricks because there's no t-shirt colour that blends into the bricks, whereas white t-shirts on white backgrounds look horrible as do some of the other colours.

    I do understand the point though, it just means I go blind trying to neatly edit the background out of a couple of hundred images... and there are a LOT of other things that need doing first.

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    Hello, sorry to bump this up after so long, but where else to post I couldn't find (via search) This was the only place I found.

    @ SamyT

    I am gearing up for the Xmas sales & I am adding the feed to one of my sites. But in the feed (I got from SAS) There is no difference in the Thumbnail column vs. the BigImage column.

    Do you have larger images than what the feed points at and can we use them?

    Or an updated feed that has them?

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    G'day Brian,
    Unfortunately the larger image we had/have on our sites has been changed, so the paths/filenames are totally different to the thumbnails - at this time I'm totally flat out with pretty much running everything myself and I'm unable make up the feed as it'd have to be done by hand the way it is.

    Also, the larger image may be too big for some sites (well, depends how you make your sites I guess). The full datafeed of our entire range can be obtained on our website if you only need the smaller images, PM me for details - the one on shareasale only has a few popular t-shirts.

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    Thanks for the quick reply Samy
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    No worries Brian!

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