I agree that bluff-catching is where a lot of money can be made in zoom, but it's a high variance strategy. My experience has been surprisingly accurate bluff-catching, when villain's line is far from standard...
For instance, villain check/calls low connected flop & turn after raising UTG and jams river when checked to. Or trying to take down limped/single raised pots oop with multiple callers - I am not folding my 66 IP against a fishy limper who bets the turn K. Obviously not correct 100% of the time, but enough to be profitable.
Bet sizing also seems to be fairly accurate - a weak bet = a vulnerable hand. Villian betting 20% pot on river is bluffable (or callable) most of the time.
I will say though, that my game definitely has changed since zoom - especially by becoming a "trapper" in position, calling with all sorts of junk and letting the tight zoom-regulars stack off with overpairs. Implied odds
are generally high as many players are ultra-tight, so it's easy to know when to fold, call, value-bet or bluff raise a certain flop. Guess I am turning into a station but hopefully with some control.
Donk betting from blinds into the UTG raiser on a low board has also been profitable. And very aggressive blind stealing and re-stealing. Any A, K, Q or SC.
Regardless, back playing regular 6-max online or FR live - I am definitely helped by my zoom-experience and find it easier to outplay people, even without reads early on in session (helped by zoom).