I am an avid lover of stats, figures, and tracking things related to my Poshmark Closet. It should come as no surprise that I am thrilled about the Closet Value amount added to our Poshmark stats!
If you haven’t noticed this yet, go into “My Posh Stats” and right below your available listings you will see a figure. Before you can really use this amount, you have to determine if it’s accurate. This Closet Value number is the sum of all of your available listings.
Some people are rule followers, some people are not. Like some of you, when I signed up to sell on Poshmark, I read every single bit of the terms and conditions. I wanted to make sure I was doing things correctly and I also wanted to know what Poshmark would be responsible for. I’m not sure what part of my personality causes me to read the fine print… but it’s how I am.
I know a lot of Poshmark users are very passionate about the rules. I am a big fan about personally following the rules but am not too concerned about other people’s business. That doesn’t mean I don’t find the new feature fascinating!
What am I talking about?
The new Review Listings Feature on Poshmark allows users to pitch in and help monitor potential rule violations.
The new Poshmark Dressing Room feature got me thinking about the features that have been added over the past couple of years. Also, the constant reference to sellers as “Stylists”. Which makes me wonder… are YOU a Poshmark Seller Stylist? Am I?
The answer for me is simple. No, I am not.
I don’t connect with that term.
I will get back to that in a minute.
First, let’s discuss the connect between the Dressing Room and being a Poshmark Seller Stylist.
A quick update to yesterday’s post covering the Poshmark Dressing Room…
It was a tough 24 hours but go and update your app again.
The edit button is back.
I mentioned in yesterday that it was moved and apparently I wasn’t the only Posher who noticed! While it never totally went away… it was just in a place that wasn’t helping anybody out. I saw so much on social media (Instagram) regarding the disappearance. The great news is that Poshmark listened and immediately put it back. I think it shows that YES they do listen and YES they care about user opinions.
If you are clueless as to what I am talking about … and of course “tough 24 hours” is said tongue-in-cheek, then I will explain about this quicker sharing technique that so many of us use. It’s different for android users but this is how it works on an iPhone or iPad…
For this first time, the PMHQ ladies hosted a webinar especially for Suggested Users! It was a quick 20 minute presentation this past weekend about the latest feature coming our way on Poshmark.
The POSHMARK DRESSING ROOM
Makes no sense right? It’s ONLINE… how can you try on clothes?
Well, you can’t. It’s not about trying on clothes.
Yeah, it took me like the entire 20 minutes to stop scratching my head.
I held off posting about this until it went live. Now it’s here.
An important characteristic of a successful business owner is the ability to change and adapt with the markets trends. One part of that is actually being able to recognize when something isn’t working. This can lead to a change of plans and altering your strategy.
This applies to online sellers, regardless of your preferred selling platform. You have to be cognizant of the changes and know how to make them work to your advantage. A growing company like Poshmark is an example of a company that is constantly evolving and changing. Whatever your winning strategy was last year probably isn’t cutting it this year.
Case in point, I know tons of Poshmark sellers who no longer do aggressive markdowns during “Closet Clear Out” as perhaps they once did. Why? Well, while some sellers are still finding success with marking down items because buyers are motivated to purchase with discounted shipping… personally, I am not finding it beneficial for my closet.
I don’t post about every single new feature, mostly because they are coming out so rapid fire it would be hard to keep up!
With that said, I really am only going to post about the ones that excite me.
Here are just a few that have just been released or are on the way:
- Dragging photos to change the order of them
- 8 photos instead of 4 within a listing
- Higher resolution photos
- Account Change Verifier in Poshmark Support center for security
- Upcoming- offer enhancements that give you more options
If you haven’t updated your APP go ahead and do it and if you don’t have the new features- keep checking back!
So, what am I really excited about?
There have been a few changes lately with parties that we haven’t discussed yet so it’s time for a Poshmark Party Update!
Hosting a Poshmark party is a coveted spot and one of the biggest honors you can receive on Poshmark.
I was fortunate to be able to Host this past Monday’s “Cold Weather Vibes” and I must say that the experience was slightly different from past hosting opportunities. I have previously shared a Step by Step Guide to Hosting a Poshmark Party…
So what was different this time?
It’s time for a little update on my opinions and experiences with the Suggested User Program on Poshmark.
I have previously explained the program in my own words: Becoming and Being a Poshmark Suggested User
… and given my opinions on how this program could be stronger: Suggested Updates to the Suggested User Program.
While I have no insider knowledge (no friends at PMHQ)… a few Posh- friends that went to PoshFest last September did inform me that the SU program was addressed and that updates were in the works but not available yet. I’m sure an overhaul of that magnitude takes quite some time for programmers to perfect.
So moving on… Due to the volume of questions I still receive on the subject, I feel like I need to make some comments on how my experience has changed since I first became an SU.
One of the most coveted statuses to achieve on Poshmark is becoming a Suggested User, or what most refer to as being an SU.
Here is a quick recap for those who are new users to the app:
Basics of the Suggested User Program
- Suggested User status is given to sellers who are outstanding Poshers in the community. These users (theoretically) follow the guidelines in what they sell in their closet and how they conduct their business. That is the program in a very small concise nutshell but you can read my full commentary on the subject in this article The Real Deal: Becoming and Being a Suggested User.
The benefits are huge. If you don’t already know, having people follow your closet is key to making sales. Yes, you can have tons of sales with just a few followers, but the more you have obviously gives you more exposure.
Here are a few benefits if you are wondering if it’s worth it: