When I talk to newbies who have just signed up on Poshmark, I get asked quite often
“How much money can you make?”
“Can you do this full-time?”
“When will I start making sales every day?”
Those questions are not easy to answer. And quite frankly, I’m not sure they have definitive answers.
I say this because many factors contribute to the success of your closet. Which brands you sell, the current trends, sizes you offer, and how you present your items… just to name a few. Inventory and mark up are other factors to determine your overall profitability. The best way to determine YOUR success is to set personal goals. With a new calendar year right around the corner- it’s the perfect time to set some goals for 2016!
Here are some suggestions to get you started:
If you have read any of my blog posts you might notice that I am constantly testing out different strategies. I like to hear opinions and try them so I can share my results with the
hundreds seven people who read my blog. My opinion can sometimes evolve or change.
For every strategy that a Posher swears by, you will find another who believes the exact opposite. I have posted on the subject of Sharing and how important it is… but even I go back and forth on what strategy leads to the most sales.
Once again I tried an experiment. Shocking, I know! I won’t be redundant and discuss styles and strategy. I only wanted to form a firm opinion on the topic of whether or not it’s better to share your own closet or share other closets. I am not presenting you with cold hard facts because there are so many different factors that go into this. Factors such as: what time of day you share, how many followers you have, brands of items in your closet, and so on. Your personal results may be different.
Here is my opinion…