It’s the first day or a new month so I wanted to send you all a quick note about tracking and calculating your Poshmark Sales…
Why do I keep talking about this subject?
Like I said, I was a retail manager for almost 1 million years.
If you have every stood on your feet, in heels, for 9 hours a day then you know exactly what 1 million years feels like.
Also, you all know that I like numbers… I have always liked to find different ways to look at sales figures to see what strategies work best and what the sales trends are doing. It’s part of who I am at this point. Tracking your sales is key in determining patterns and what is or isn’t working in your Poshmark closet. Time after time- my feelings and hunches have been proved wrong by consulting sales reports.
… and it’s happened yet again.
My mind was completely blown this morning as I did a few very simple calculations.
You know how I have been saying that sales seem down… slow… and it feels like I will never ever sell another bundle?
As I calculated my sales for August and reviewed what was going on last September, I did a cumulative calculation of where I am YTD (year-to-date) this year versus last year.
I am trending up! I never would have guessed it!
Just because it feels slow doesn’t make it a reality.
I have had some really horrible months but I have also had some pretty busy ones too!
If you are up- you can see where you may end up at the end of the year… if you are down- you can diagnose what is lacking (shares, bundles, not listing as much) and set yourself some attainable goals.
So today I challenge and encourage you guys to do some calculating and see where you stand.
Not tracking your sales? START TODAY!
If you haven’t been tracking- no problem- you can look at a history of your payments. Just go to “My Balance” and then to “Redemption History” and calculate what you have cashed out OR for a more accurate # just take a few moments and add up your sales history.
Check out the full post Tracking Your Poshmark Sales for advice on how to get started!
Don’t forget: the only Poshmark Closet you should be comparing yourself to is… YOUR OWN.