Best Thing to Do When Sales Are Slow

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Things I Won’t Be Talking About I won’t be discussing the things that many of you have already heard you should do when sales are slow. This list includes: Relisting your items (which I don’t recommend) Sharing your closet over and over again Sharing other people’s closets Sending out offers Reshooting your photos Although these are the top things that … Read More

Don’t Waste Your Money On Fancy Packaging

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EVERY dollar in the reselling game counts! I’m not exaggerating, you can literally turn $1 into $10, $20 or more just by visiting Goodwill on their $1 Days. This post is an interesting one because there are only 2 ways to go about it when it comes to the packaging on Poshmark. Either you spend money on it or you … Read More

The Inevitable Decline of Goodwill Bins

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Go ahead and get all the hate and steam out. Some of you already feel irritated just off the title alone. After you’re done, we can get started on the defense of my thesis. You’re good? Alright, let’s start.Let me first say that this topic deserves more than a post but I’m going to try to get through this quickly … Read More

Why Are My Items Not Selling?

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1 month goes by, 2 months passes and then 1 season wraps ups and…crickets. The item you thought would sell in days if not a week has been sitting for months. You did everything in your power to set this item up for success and now it’s just taking up valuable storage room. Let’s go through some possible reasons as … Read More

What to Do with Clothes You Can’t Sell?

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Reselling clothes is all fun and games until you realized there’s inventory that’s been sitting around for months or in some cases even years. So what are some ways you can get rid of this inventory? Understand This Upfront You have to first accept that you’re more than likely to end up at a loss when trying to get rid … Read More

Hate to Break it to Ya, We All Work for Poshmark

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Let Me Explain Before all the Poshbosses Get Mad I understand at first glance it might seem that every seller on Poshmark is their own “boss” but let’s look at this pragmatically. I bring this up because the sooner you accept this, the sooner you’ll plan accordingly to set yourself up to one day breaking away from the platform just … Read More

Why Quantity of Listings Matter…A Lot

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Does having more items get you more sales? Should you have fewer items with higher margin or more items with lower margins? Luckily there’s an in between area and that’s where I like to be. 2 Schools, 1 Goal On the surface, there seems to be to groups that you can divide Poshmark sellers in.1. Low Listings/High Margins2. High Listings/Low … Read More

How to Find Stock Photos

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Some Preliminaries – Since there are literally millions of pieces from thousands of brands, this post will not be comprehensive. I am happy to address specific cases in the comments section- Not all pieces can be identified simply due to no stock photos being available- I know Poshmark doesn’t allow Stock Photos but it’s a tool that really help makes … Read More

Poshmark’s 20% Fee…is it Fair?

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First, the Fees Breakdown To get everyone up to speed, Poshmark’s fees are broken down as such (May 2019):1. Anything below $15 has a fixed fee of $2.952. Anything above $15 has a 20% fee The $2.95 Fee Items sold for $3-$14 are hit with a fixed $2.95 commission fee. Note that the minimum you can sell an item for … Read More

The Future of Poshmark for Sellers

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Where Poshmark is at Today As of this writing (May 7, 2019), Poshmark’s platform gets about 20,400,000 website visits a month. When I first started in late August 2018 (about 9 months ago), the number was roughly around 18 million. This growth, as you probably know, is driven by the increased trend in reselling secondhand fashion. The secondhand market is … Read More