Does your reselling business need its own website?
I’m almost always recommending business owners to get their own website. Almost. Key word there. The thing about advice is that there’s never a one-size-fits-all. So what about resellers?
Resellers: someone who purchases inventory at retail (specifically inventory not purchased at wholesale with a wholesale agreement) or secondhand to then “flip:” sell it again at a profit.
Quick answer: I say no. You don’t need your own website. Cue disbelief. “What?! How can you call yourself a business coach?! EVERY BUSINESS NEEDS A WEBSITE”.
Take a deep breath and let me walk it through with you.
Etsy boasts over 40 million shoppers. With those kind of numbers, you are probably contemplating if you should hop on the Etsy train. Many successful business owners have started their business on Etsy. Even today Etsy is a great platform to start your business on!
In my last post I talked about how to list your items on Poshmark. I included my tips for choosing what to sell and how to write great titles and descriptions. Now, let’s talk about how to price your items!
See my last post by clicking here.
how to price your clothes on Poshmark
Pricing is something that tends to trip people up. How much do I price this? How much is it worth? What if I price it too low? What if I price it too high?
Don’t worry, I’m going to give you some SIMPLE tips and tricks that have worked for me.
I’m going to talk about both list prices and sell prices. They are different. What you list an item at is not what it will sell at, and what it sells for is not what you’ll get for it. Let’s talk about it.
Whether you’re looking to launch a reselling side gig or just get rid of your own clothes you don’t want anymore, selling them on Poshmark is a great way to do it!
In this series of articles I’m going to breakdown the 6 most important aspects of selling on Poshmark, so you can get listing and start getting real cash.
Here’s the basics I’m going to cover: listing, pricing, photographing, sharing, shipping, and Posh etiquette. And I’m going to keep all this SIMPLE. It’s the same exact advice I would sit down and give to a friend. And since you’re my virtual friend now, let’s do this.
Hey! I'm Christine, I'm an entrepreneur and small business owner who has learned by trial and error. I write helpful articles that help you take your next steps in business. Occasionally I like to mix things up and dash in a bit of lifestyle topics. Thanks for being here!