Are you addicted to Poshmark like I am? If you are like me, there are only a certain amount of items you have in your closet to sell. What can you do to keep the sales flowing without giving up the beloved items in your closet? Well…there are a few ways to get your hands on more items to sell.
- selling for someone else
- reselling an item (i.e. purchasing an item at a low cost and selling it for a higher amount than you originally paid)
I usually get asked if I will trade an item on Poshmark….and the answer is always no. Why may you ask? Well, its an unauthorized transaction on Poshmark. Why does that matter? Because unauthorized transactions are not Poshmark protected. I am not saying that I do not trust my fellow Poshettes, but with those selected few, you may not get the item you actually traded for. Lets say that you wanted to trade for my Michael Kors Selma bag for a Rebecca Minkoff cross body.
Can’t get enough of Posh? I can’t either!
If you want to become more involved (and to get more followers!), Posh offers various ways to do so. First, there is the Suggested User program, which I highly recommend. Second, is hosting a Posh party. Third (which is optional depending on what route you want to go with Posh) is getting Retail Certification.
So first of all…why Posh?
Poshmark is a great platform to meet other fashionistas and to buy and sell clothing. I created my Posh account in 2012 and just never got into it. It was an app that I downloaded and kind of just forgot about (like 80% of the apps I download). I never intended to sell on Posh. I tried to start off on Ebay…but it was just too hard to understand. I needed a platform that was easy to navigate, where I could concentrate on just selling my clothes, not posting countless descriptions about them.