Let’s be honest.
How many of you have had a slow month selling?
I am not afraid to say it…
I haven’t had a sale in over a week.
Before you roll your eyes, NO, this isn’t the first time I have had a lull in sales.
You can have the cutest listings, with the most popular name brands, mark it all down to $5.00 and STILL not have a sales… it happens.
But this month of June has been pretty tough… I am not the only one who has been experiencing this based on how many comments, DMs, and texts I have received asking for advice!
However, I do need to go ahead and admit that Poshing has not been my #1 priority. It can’t always be… right?
Disclaimer: When writing this post, I had to consult the internet on whether the correct word was “relist” or “re-list” but could not find a conclusive answer. I even consulted 2 teacher friends and my mother (who is a badge carrying member of the grammar police) and received three different opinions. SO, for the sake of the word not looking like realist or relish, I have decided to include the hyphen.
Let’s carry on…
The word RE-LIST can spark anger and disappointment.
As in: “UGH, I am going to have to re-list this item!”
Re-listing on Poshmark means that you have to delete your original listing that has so many LIKES and start the process all over by listing it again This can be even more painful and gut wrenching if it was a former HOST PICK.
You would NEVER want delete this item just to list it again, right?… but sometimes you feel that it is necessary if the listing somehow has been compromised.
Examples of ways a listing can potentially become “compromised”: