Get the background right
A clean, simple background helps keep the focus on the product. If your background looked too random and visually ‘busy’, the image could look amateurish.
You could, for example, place the product on a table or wooden floor with nothing (or very little) showing in the background from your camera angle. Matt surfaces tend to look better than shiny ones, though it could produce a nice effect with parts of an item reflected in a balanced, inconspicuous way.
Granted, not everyone has a well-lit location with a plain background, in which case you can make one. A big piece of cardboard, fabric or surface area can be placed on a table (wherever you have good light). Make sure it’s clean so you don’t get small fibres, dust, dirt etc. showing on the images.