Poshmark is an smartphone app platform that started in 2011. As of 2019 there were an active 50 million users in the USA. The primary focus is for used clothing and accessories and that includes jewelry. But in 2019 the company launched a new Home market. This allows users to sell home decor products like wall art, bedding, bath, and storage organization. On their site Poshmarks says “Poshmark is the largest social commerce marketplace for fashion where anyone can buy, sell and share their personal style. With over two million Seller Stylists and millions of shoppers, Poshmark brings together a vibrant community everyday to express themselves and share their love of fashion.”
How easy is it to sell on Poshmark?
Many find Poshmark amazingly easy. You take a picture of your item and write a description. Once an item is sold, Poshmark emails you a shipping label. Print it. Put it on the package. Drop it in the mail. You don’t need to go have items weighed or even get shipping quotes. It is an easy process.
Many people also like the fact that On Poshmark, they moderate the return requests. And returns are not allowed for fit. It’s a lot harder for scammers to get through this system. The buyer has to show pictures to prove their case. There are also no partial refunds or keep-and-refund
But you do have to put in the work. You need to Reply to comments and sharing listings the time commitment needed to keep up on Poshmark is not for the lazy. When a user searches for an item, the more-recently-posted listings show up first. Since posting all the time is important, you won’t get any sales unless you’re active in the app.
What are the fees?
There are NO listing fees on Poshmark.
After your item sells,they deduct a small fee from the final order price. For sales under $15, the fee is a flat rate of $2.95. For sales above $15, the fee is 20% and you keep 80%.
Should you have good pictures?
It is critical that you have good pictures on any selling platform. But a site like Poshmark that has a customer base looking for trendy clothes good pictures are essential.
Although I have not sold on Poshmark yet, I am very impressed with their blog. Check out this post profound Photography Guide on Poshmark. These tips will help you on ANY SELLING PLATFORM.
Because it is a blog you can post your comments and Poshmark will hear you. So take time to look at their other cool blog posts.
Please note that I will be sharing information about a lot of sites that can provide cash for your clutter. My goal is to present enough information in these posts to encourage you to try and see what is a best fit. I just want you to get started.
I would appreciate it if you share your selling experiences on Poshmark for others to learn.