06/20/2018 at 6:55 pm #42929
I thought I would throw down a Poshmark thread. I have been on Posh for 3 months. I have sourced from Posh to sell on Ebay for clothing and shoe flips. As a seller, I have gotten “serious” in last month. Whatever that means. I do the 30 minute method daily (sharing other’s items, following people).
For those who do not know, it is clothing/shoes/makeup/accessories only (for now).
I took a change after the reduction in ebay sales in these categories (for me!).
AllI can say is. …..
BLAH. The social media aspect of it is blah. There seems to be a lot of spam, ppl are def using bots which I understand WHY after all the sharing/following it needs.
The thought of cross posting my 300 clothing items into Posh makes me want to take a nap.
I have no questions really, just looking to hear from other Poshers as everyone I “follow” on Insta and Youtube is LOVING it so much. I am mixed on it..
06/20/2018 at 6:58 pm #42930
06/20/2018 at 7:25 pm #42935
If it was list it and forget it I would be all in. Perhaps that is what I should do and stop getting mixed in with the Posh strategies.
So, you are “supposed” to gather followers (other Sellers AND Buyers) daily by clicking “Follow.” Then, you also share each item in your store (closet is another name for store) 2-3 X day. If you have a lot of items, this is VERY time consuming as each item is shared individually not just “Share Jay’s Store.”
This combination maximizes your exposure and helps the algorithm like you I am told. Then you also share items in other Posher’s closets. So, if you have Levi 501’s I would click on your listing and share your Levi’s to my followers. As a good posher, you would click on my closet/store and share my Nike sneakers to YOUR followers.
Buyers can search like normal, of course, and your item will appear……I think. 🙂
20% final value fee to Posh (no store subcription Fee, no PayPal fee).
Flat rate ship, NO/ rare returns allowed, buyers always pay shipping.
^These are the things that keep me intrigued.
06/20/2018 at 7:38 pm #42936
20% fee is interesting. Definitely not cheap. But it’s a nice round number. It’s either more, but definitely not less than eBay.
–So the sharing of items just produces a lot of spam?
–Do you get messages all day long from other sellers promoting their items?
–Has anyone here tried just “listing and forgetting” on poshmark?
06/20/2018 at 7:51 pm #42939
Your post has made me very interested in trying Poshmark. As people move over from ebay, you are going to be well established in reputation and connections. It does sound like a lot of work but it also sounds like an opportunity to build something that can be sustained. The 20% is close to what we are having to pay now in FVF and promoted listings in order to compete and make sales. How have your sales been?
- This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by AdventureE.
06/20/2018 at 7:43 pm #42937
While I am not on postmark, sharing into something is like you and Ryanne do only not under mandate. You guys have this site, you are on YouTube and I don’t remember where else you guys are on social media. You guys are sharing into ebay and actually helping to create ebay sellers as well as possibly making sales. You have been building a community and network which is what Poshmark wants sellers to do.
From everything I learned, Poshmark works on a social community dynamic done online. It’s much like Avon and Mary Kay do. They sell product and the social connections. They have specialized selling parties, rewards for levels reached, social groups, encourage getting friends to become sellers in order to help build networks, ways to move up based on sales and connections etc.
Having a bot allows one to check in using automation which is why many sites have verification points which can only be completed by a human. You guys have a security check on your site against bots causing users to have to click on certain pics in order to be verified as human and not as bots.
06/20/2018 at 8:12 pm #42945
06/20/2018 at 8:22 pm #42950
No, it is not but it is part of you building an online community/network. People do visit your store (as they note in their posts) and each other’s stores. They also give feedback to each other about their stores and listings and may even make purchases from each other, so what you have built is more than just fun.
- This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by AdventureE.
06/20/2018 at 8:04 pm #42942
Jay – i have a teeny store, so I never get messages. Messages are public as well which is annoying as you know what (like a Facebook comment). It’s posted under the listing. For example, i had a woman accuse me of selling a fake Coach item for all to see right on the listing. I know it is not fake (seasoned ebay’r). But, now her comment is on there staining the listing.
the “Make Offer” feature is on all listings, you have no choice but to field low balls.
The barrier to entry is SO LOW, which is genius on their part. It takes no time to post and list.
I would not procure new inventory for the Posh proect, I think I will just cross post my items that are $50+.
Listing and forgetting sounds lovely. Esp. with speed of listing on the app or desktop.
06/20/2018 at 8:19 pm #42949
I sold 2 things out of 17.
1. a kate spade purse when I was BRANd new. I think they have a “beginners’ luck” algorithm that kicks in like a Casino. Hello, I am a conspiracy nut. 🙂
2. a pair of men’s shorts (this morning). This was after 10 days of 2X day sharing, following, doing “the things.” $11 richer.
06/20/2018 at 8:26 pm #42952
06/20/2018 at 8:32 pm #42955
06/20/2018 at 9:43 pm #42961
I don’t have any trouble believing in a “beginner’s luck” algorithm. I’ve been convinced for some time that ebay has one, too. I mean, when I started on ebay, I could only list 5 items, and they were mostly CRAP. The kinds of things that would just sit forever in my store now. But they sold relatively quickly, allowing me to build my store up.
06/20/2018 at 11:32 pm #42972
I think this thread has just convinced me to stay away from Poshmark for a while.
Sit there and click on items for no good reason? I don’t want to join a Mary Kay club. I just want to list it and forget it. That doesn’t sound like something I would be interested in right now. 20% fee is too high for all that work.
If ebay goes South, then maybe I might consider. I am exhausted just reading what you have to do.
06/20/2018 at 11:51 pm #42974
06/21/2018 at 8:26 am #42992
06/21/2018 at 8:57 am #42995
Yes, I feel it’s marketed to younger folks on the clothing, shoes. So, if you have some NWT clothing that isn’t moving on ebay, def add to Posh.
I believe if you have a hot item, with good pics, a good price it will sell no matter what.
I have also listed more of my “hipster” millennial clothing items Depop which is easy to list on. I have sold a couple things. Think generic brand high waist jeans, ironic tee shirts, 90s style. I think there is a social media aspect to it, but it’s another option. This is a lower price point.
I have seen others have success with Graild (High end mens designer), Mercari, The Real Real (consignment desinger). I have bought from Vestiare (based in EU).
I attempted Etsy ONCE and I disliked their seller listing platform, so I stubbornly left.
06/21/2018 at 8:59 am #42996
I’ve read/heard two sides on this, 1. to succeed , you must be active in the community, 2. to succeed, if you offer popular stuff, you can just list it and forget the community aspect.
Poshmark is , in a very general sense, like early ebay, in that it is designed to be consumer to consumer. Back then, ebay never really foresaw that it would eventually have a big business to consumer component, and so would need to to change things so sellers could scale their businesses. ebay’s growth from C2C to B2C with some C2C, was really led by the sellers, those who said “Hey, I can do more than clean out my closet….I can turn this into a business!”
I’m already seeing the beginnings of that on Poshmark (more and more “gurus” are pushing Poshmark these days, as a business, not a clean out your closet sort of thing.
How Poshmark responds to this will be interesting. IF it tries to accommodate the casual sellers in their desire to become businesses, it will likely need to move away from the time consuming community stuff. (JUst as etsy eventually moved away from the strictly handmade by the seller requirement as it began to , successfully, chase the B2C segment)
One good thing about PM : right now might be a good time to try it, while there seems to be some buzz about it, just like ebay in the early days. The trick for all these platforms is to figure out how to STAY relevant.
06/21/2018 at 9:07 am #42997
- Location: MT
06/21/2018 at 10:32 am #43009
06/25/2018 at 10:51 pm #43541
I listed a few more things on Posh this week, I don’t know why. Preparing for end times of ebay perhaps? 🙂 J/k
Something I noticed on Posh: My item was delivered, the buyer has to click “accept.” If buyer does not click “accept” within 4 days, I get my funds released to me. My buyer never clicked accept (I think he’s new as I am!). And there ya go. Got my money, but no feedback *shrug*
06/25/2018 at 11:18 pm #43550
For me the Poshmark sharing aspect is a little time consuming. I just try to click “followers” out of my main closet page, and then follow everyone who follows me. I share a few listings here and there as well just to make an effort of good will towards the community. As far as sells, the jury is still out for me. I think as an eBay clothing and shoes seller, I have seen more competition come in and prices tank. As a seller, I must adapt. Same thing happened with trucker hats, there was a time when you could get 30 bucks for them, now 15 is the going rate for the really cool ones. So back to Poshmark, I like that everyone there is there for clothing. It is a more targeted market. There are a ton of beautiful women on there, but the problem is I sell mostly men’s clothes. I do sell women’s shoes. I think I will just keep listing on Posh and see how it goes.
06/25/2018 at 11:21 pm #43551
- Location: Pittsburgh
I have about 300 pieces on Poshmark right now. Mostly mens clothing and womens jewelry. VERY easy platform to post on from a mobile device. If you focus your sharing to the “parties” that are held several times each day, and focus only on sharing relevant items (don’t worry, they’ll let you know what is and isn’t relevant), the social part of it is quick and easy. From my phone I can share about 20 items in a minute to a party, and then I’m done for the day. Since most “Poshers” tend to be women, I focus on sharing my fancypants jewelry the most. I think this drives traffic to my store and the ladies end up buying shirts, pants, or shoes for their menfolk. I actually have rarely sold any jewelry, but I get a ton of likes and follows on them. I have been doing this since last August, and average about $300 a month in sales with maybe an hour invested each week adding new items and sharing old ones.
06/25/2018 at 11:23 pm #43552
06/25/2018 at 11:25 pm #43553
07/02/2018 at 10:46 am #44182
Update: I decided to cross post 10 items to Posh from ebay this past week. Lo and behold, I made $150 in sales in 4 days. I only chose the very most youthful items, trendy, seasonal items and brands. Posh has a way to “search solds” much like eBay which makes it easy to figure demand and pricing.
My goal is to cross post 2 items per day to Posh this month of current inventory. I price Posh a tick higher than eBay due to the Make Offer feature and the 20% cut (but no store subscription or PP fee).
I have almost stopped sharing other sellers items and I only share my own items now. This tip seems to come from the top Poshers, so I am following their leads.
Pretty happy with this as these items were sitting dead on eBay. $150, I’ll take it.
07/02/2018 at 2:01 pm #44220
Any sale is a good sale. 20% is actually higher or at least the same as eBay/Paypal fees + subscription.
Ill be interested to hear if you get consistent weekly sales. Or is it like Bonanza where sales are just a nice occasional bonus.
The way some sellers talk about Poshmark, they want to run a business on it. Possible?
07/02/2018 at 2:26 pm #44227
07/02/2018 at 2:36 pm #44234
Agreed. I bet you could run a business on any platform including Poshmark. Ive heard people making a living selling furniture and junk on Craigslist.
But then are those people running equally successful business on eBay or other places? Thats the big question. When you put your time in one platform, does it take time away from another? Are you just changing where the same amount of income comes from? Or are you actually making more money?
I know you love numbers so cant wait to see your experiment.
07/02/2018 at 10:50 am #44185
bcfol440: Good to know! I got our PM account set up, and will probably start looking at doing listings there either later this week or early next week.
Do you know of a best “getting started” blog post or video that you would recommend for a new Posher? I’m starting to look at some know, but thought I would ask others if they have any recommendations.
07/02/2018 at 1:53 pm #44216
Hey T-Statt: Great news!
As soon as you get around 20+ listings, I think things start moving. Much like eBay, the more you list… well, you know the rest.
Here is who I watch on YouTube for information, it’s a whole new world 🙂 :
Daily Refinement (he sells ebay & posh)
Thrift Flamingo (married couple)
07/02/2018 at 2:41 pm #44238
Re: Making Poshmark a FT business is certainly possible, but I don’t have much interest in it. I am using it to do a few things. 1. Get some cash in hand for dead eBay inventory 2. have fun reselling again in a new venue. 3. get established with Posh so HOPEFULLY they open their site to selling homegood/ hardgoods.
07/02/2018 at 2:59 pm #44241
A few early days observations that I have noticed on Poshmark:
1. Stock photos: i get asked from users “Do you have a stock pic?” this is common on Posh to screenshot the clothing if you can find it using the RN style no and use said photo as your “cover shot.” However, it should also include actual photos.
2. You get questions like ” How does this fit you? Do you have a photo of you wearing it?” 🙂
3. Step up the packaging game a bit. Does it matter? Eh, I have decided to wrap in tissue and include a cheap thank you card. yes, lots of ebayers are like “Who cares, this is how it’s done on ebay, I’m not changing my ways!” Well, that is fine, but posh buyers are used to a different experience, so Im just going with it.
4. There is no text box for condition or measurements so you need to remind yourself to add a line about that.
5. There is still confusion on whether you can mail in a flat rate padded envelope or any flat rate box. To be safe, I have used polymailers and my scrap brown boxes (amazon). It seems unclear. The buyer pays the flat rate ship, but if it’s more than 5 lbs you need to re-weigh and pay for additional. I have not figured this out yet.
07/02/2018 at 5:23 pm #44256
- Location: Pittsburgh
One more thing about sharing on Poshmark: You don’t even have an item for sale in order to share it to a “party”. If you have a shiny thing you can simply toggle “not for sale” and still share it. Or simply continue to share “sold” merchandise. That is if you buy into the thought that more likes and shares drives more traffic and ostensibly, sales to your closet. I don’t have hard numbers to back this up, but I have noticed that I generally make sales after I’ve invested some extra time sharing stuff from both my closet and others. One of my most liked items is something that I sold in January and just continue to share.
So I have no idea if you could primarily run a business on PM. I personally would burn out quickly with all of the liking and sharing that is required. I don’t mind the minimal amount of time each week that I invest. Also since the focus is limited to fashion and accessories, I would get bored easily. No place for weird doorknobs here.
07/09/2018 at 12:15 am #44802
I have a small poshmark store. I crosspost a handful of things to it from ebay every week. I only post newer, trendy, higher-end clothing geared toward the college aged demographic (Lululemon, Athleta, J.Crew etc). I spend maybe 20 minutes a day on the social media aspect. I probably make $50-100 a week in sales. With ebay being slow and glitchy, it’s good to have a secondary platform to sell on. I still spend the majority of my time listing on ebay though.
My observations and suggestions:
-Photos on poshmark have to be square format
-The poshmark photo platform offers a bunch of dumb instagram type filters that I ignore.
-Listing on poshmark is super fast, their smartphone interface is good. I like it. The buyers don’t expect super long descriptions. I add a note about the condition and a few basic measurements. I usually bang out a bunch of listings on my phone at once and then go back later on my computer and add a few details like measurements. I feel like poshmark shoppers are already familiar with the brands and sizing of items they want.
-There are not as many male sellers on poshmark and their photos mostly suck, so there’s opportunity there. I have sold a few higher end men’s things (a pair of John Varvatos boots) for prices that I was happy with.
-You can sell unused cosmetics and skin/hair products in the box, but not perfume on poshmark.
-I like it that you can make deals with people. Buyers can pick out multiple things in your store and you can negotiate a price with them.
07/09/2018 at 7:46 am #44808
07/09/2018 at 7:52 am #44809
So I just tried to create a listing on Poshmark app for first time using photos I already had on my phone for an ebay listing. Oh my gosh their photo editor is HORRIBLE!!! I can’t rotate photos and they force me into a square format which cuts off part of my items. Someone please tell me I am doing something wrong because that makes it 100% impossible for me to cross post.
07/09/2018 at 8:49 am #44825
07/09/2018 at 9:18 am #44839
- Location: texas
i posted about 5 items and suddenly i’m getting dozens of people sharing and following me. it’s very confusing. I can only assume it benefits those people to take the time to do this. I looked at some of their profiles and they are “following” thousands of people or have shared over 20,000 items. it’s crazy.
07/10/2018 at 10:11 am #44997
So, photos in Posh suck. You must take square format pics. If you are crossposting from ebay where it’s normal format, this can be annoying. I have had to reshoot pics that are “long” like dresses. Shoes, etc are fine.
My process: iphone using square format take all my pics. Open the Posh app, click SELL, click “add from Photo Library” and then choose the 8 pics. You cannot rotate or crop within app.
I think one reason Flat Lay photos are popular on Posh is b/c with the square format it is hard to shoot LONG dresses, long jeans, etc. I am practically backed up to the other side of my room to get a shot.
The followers thing – you can play or ignore it. Imagine them as seeking proactive impressions for your store. If someone has 20K shares, it means they have shared their items 20K times. Yes, that is a lot.
07/10/2018 at 10:33 am #45001
07/10/2018 at 10:16 am #44998
07/10/2018 at 5:47 pm #45057
I’ve had a Poshmark account for months but I just listed my first things. Cross posted some things from ebay. A couple of belts, ties, and clothing. Seven items total. I wonder how long for my first sale. Wouldn’t it be interesting if I sold something with a ‘closet’ of just seven items?
Browsing the other listings I’m surprised at how bad a lot of the pictures are.
I have 123 followers already LOL. They must be like ambulance chasers.
07/10/2018 at 6:25 pm #45063
Nancy: yea! Once I got over 10 listings, things picked up for me. Add a few more women’s items if you can and use the keyword principles in ebay titles. It’s same on Poshmark.
OMG, yes, some photos are SO BAD and some of the comments are a hoot. Posh does not have a Message system so it is all out there for all to read if someone is acting a fool.
07/11/2018 at 5:01 pm #45170
Yay! I love that others are looking at Poshmark as a supplement to eBay. I joined in January of this year, and once I got over 25 items, things did pick up! Had to wait 6 weeks for my first sale, but have managed to sell over 28 items in 4 or 5 months. A bit extra $$ doesn’t hurt my business. I am selective as you all mentioned on the items I cross post, and like the flat 20% fee and one-rate shipping cost as long as your item is less than 5 lbs. I am hoping to get all of my clothes-shoes-purses cross posted by early September in time for holiday shopping. I have sold many men’s and a few children’s items – so don’t be misled that its’ for women only. My hope is to make at least $100-150 per week, to offset my shopping/inventory costs. One thing to mention though, Poshmark does not send out 1099’s – so keep a record of your sales/expenses. And once you sell something on Poshmark, you have to make sure you cancel it on eBay – they are not like Bonanza. And yes, their photo systems lack finesse. And no, I am not a twitter-Facebook-social media kind of person, so that part is annoying. I just self-promote my items during their “parties” and share new items with my followers. I am careful who I follow, or else I will get lots of unwanted attention. Thanks for letting me share!!!
07/11/2018 at 5:38 pm #45175
07/11/2018 at 5:46 pm #45177
Did not mean to scare you off by that comment – only meant that if you follow and like another sellers items, it opens the door to receiving offers/sales information from them. I decide to follow others based upon what they are selling, and if their store is both appealing and has items that I purchase frequently or are interested in. I also only like items that I am willing or interested in buying – again, that door is opened for them to make offers to you – sometimes quite often! Which, when they offer an item to me at a reasonable price, I tend to purchase it. Hope this helps – let me know if you have other questions/comments.
07/11/2018 at 5:52 pm #45178
Thanks! I’m probably going to be only selling not buying so I’d rather avoid giving people the impression I’m interested. I’ll stick to sharing and following.
I’m still figuring out all the liking, following and sharing. For instance I seem to be following quite a few more people than I actually chose to follow. Is that normal?
07/11/2018 at 6:01 pm #45179
My numbers seem high as well – maybe when you share items, that follower is added to your list??? Not sure how they figure that out. I mostly sell on this site, but it’s nice to see that sometimes I can find items for my growing boys – especially since they are brand snobs (Nike, Vans, Under Armour) and I won’t pay retail. Plus they grow out of things so quickly and my $ goes down the drain – then I just resell it.
07/11/2018 at 6:20 pm #45180
It’s great that you can make money there and cover your purchases for your boys. My wardrobe consists of mostly things I can comfortably list and nap in LOL. I could use a couple more things for when I venture out though 🙂 Maybe I will do a little browsing there.
- This reply was modified 1 week ago by Nancy.
07/11/2018 at 6:27 pm #45183
07/12/2018 at 7:55 am #45215
- Location: Minneapolis, MN
I have a PM account. I sold my first item out of the first 2 items listed. Everything sells, even unbranded plain hoodies! You don’t have to do the social media sharing aspect on their site, IF you have items which are searched. Think of the searching aspect the same as promoted listings in eBay. Can/will it make a difference? Sure it will, but you don’t have to do it. I don’t have too many listings just because I can only spread myself so thin. The fact that you don’t have any insertion fees is a huge plus.
07/12/2018 at 9:10 am #45222
I agree, I think the Social media aspect is just designed to keep you ON and IN the app. I have sourced on it before to sell on eBay. Time will tell if that strategy paid off.
When I sell on Posh, I immediately cancel on ebay. The nice part is that buyers “make offer” on Posh, so once I see an offer I am willing to accept, I just cancel the ebay. THEn I go back to the Posh and click “accept.”
It can be painful to see the 20% off the price for fees, but honestly, I almost prefer it as eBay just buries it in the monthly invoices, so seeing it each time on each transaction makes me smarter about sourcing for Posh and dealing w/ offers.
07/12/2018 at 6:55 pm #45266
So I just realized that I can list from my computer to Poshmark. Wasn’t it previously a phone only app? This is great because my photos are more accessible on my computer so this saves me a couple of steps. Now I can choose to use my computer if I’m home or do some listing when I’m outside or in a waiting room etc. I’m up to 27 listings now. All items cross posted from ebay. I like how when you price your item it immediately tells you what your profit will be. No calculations necessary. No additional fees afterward.
07/14/2018 at 10:40 am #45398
I noticed this morning some people list other things beside clothing, jewelry and shoes. I don’t know how much they are selling but hopefully the market there will grow. This seller even has vintage items listed.
I’mm kind of excited about this. Since Poshmark has already proven to be a successful platform maybe it stands a chance at being an alternative platform for selling other things.
07/14/2018 at 2:21 pm #45404
07/14/2018 at 9:20 pm #45413
Selling non-clothing is not allowed but Poshers do it anyway! I would try it with items under 5 lbs only since that is what the flat shipping they do is. They will probably expand into homegoods soon, I’ll just wait until it happens for real.
One strategy I’ve heard is to not list anything under $13 b/c Poshers wont’ buy cheap items when they have to pay for shipping. I don’t know if I agree with this, but I don’t have anything listed under $13! That means I make $10 if I get full price.
07/15/2018 at 11:11 am #45435
Well darn, I just trusted that other people were following the rules. You’re right though. I checked the rules, shoulda done that to start and no homegoods allowed. You can get kicked off for listing them. Watch as my excitement fades…I decided to take mine down. I’d only listed two non fashion items. I’m too much of a goody two shoes to buck the system. I’m glad you told me. Maybe someday they will expand the site.
07/15/2018 at 11:28 am #45438
Poshmark is following in the footsteps of ebay and etsy. I remember when etsy sellers were thrown off the site because they had grandma help with the knitting during the holiday season—-Nope! Must be handmade by the actual seller! But more and more people violated the rules, and eventually, we have today’s etsy, where the rule has been completely discarded.
I’m guessing same thing will happen at Poshmark…..too much effort to try to enforce the rules if too many sellers disregard them, and more money to be made by expanding from clothing to other stuff….just as etsy finally realized that the market for true handcrafted goods was a lot smaller than the market for stuff that kinda looks handcrafted…
07/16/2018 at 1:16 pm #45522
dupe from main post, but for organization sake:
My Poshmark world is growing nicely, June 10-16
$230 after fees, on 6 items.
It’s back to school shopping for many of the users, so if you have not started Posh yet, give it a whirl and cross list your stuff!
It’s helping my mental state. Selling items that I have had on eBay for 1 year that sell in 2 weeks?! It makes me feel like I have not lost my sourcing mojo and wisdom. I actually enjoyed sourcing clothing this weekend at the $1 sale b/c it was fun to make money again on it.
07/16/2018 at 1:20 pm #45523
MyCottage: I agree 100% on the evolution of Poshmark re: homegoods, books, or whatever. I saw a seller start listing their eBay CRAP on there the other day. Flooding Poshmark with your Hummels is prob not smart.
I love Etsy for researching items. The handmade items now seem to come from overseas so much as well.
07/16/2018 at 1:32 pm #45525
07/16/2018 at 1:48 pm #45528
07/17/2018 at 9:22 am #45615
Retro Treasures: This is janky, but what I do is look at my eBay listing on phone. I screenshot it – NOT as it’s big zoom image but in it’s carousel images. Then, I open posh and use that screenshot as my full size photo. There may be gray bars on the side. For NEW uncross posted items, I shoot in Square mode to start.
07/17/2018 at 10:19 pm #45691
I did Poshmark 2 summers ago.
In September of 2016 I sold 55 items for a profit of 500$
According to their stats that put me in the top 10% of sellers
Posting is easy
You have to share a lot You have to share your own items constantly to keep them high in the search engine results–This is necessary. To increase you sales/exposure you are supposed to follow/share other peoples items–This is optional.
I find the whole social aspect annoying
ALL conversations are carried on in the comments section. Completely public and you can’t edit.
They can make offers privately. Very high percentage of lowballers.
There is an expectation of a pretty package/something extra/Thank you note. Just shoving something in a polymailer would be considered quite apalling.
There are no returns but if someone is dissatisfied they can complain and poshmark will make you return their money. You are allowed to appeal the complaint.
I know it has changed since I stopped selling–I applied to be a Posh ambassador and they turned me down because I wasn’t social enough. I was annoyed and switched everything to Ebay. About a year ago they contacted me because of my “great” standing and offered me Posh ambassador–after a year of NO social interaction.
07/17/2018 at 11:03 pm #45699
07/18/2018 at 3:47 pm #45770
The social thing was annoying.
I had started listing stuff on Ebay too and in that September 2016 I sold 14 items for 268$ profit which is a much better profit margin (Poshmark that same time period was 55 items/500$). I started by cross posting and was off Poshmark by the end of November. Also if that put me in the top 10% of sellers on Posh there wasn’t much higher to go. .
To compare my September 2017 sales on Ebay alone were 63 items 1040 profit.
I went with the work smarter not harder theory
07/18/2018 at 7:08 pm #45789
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