By no means have I perfected what I consign online with thredUP, but I’ve figured out a good bit on learning what does work and what doesn’t. I’ll be sharing these learning tips here.
The style can seem intimidatingly well put together when scrolling through Instagram or Pinterest for inspiration, so what’s a good starting point for these photograph? Make a plan!
When sales slow down and activity on sales platforms (i.e. Poshmark) all but ceases, a fear sets in that you're wrong in some way. That feeling of fear and panic may feel natural, but you can reframe the situation - you could feel hopeful for possible growth.
Lets agree that when sales have ceased, its easy to shut down altogether and harder to double down and keep going stronger. When you're already not making sales, why not take a moment and challenge yourself to gain a new perspective of your business and look for areas of improvement. When everything sends momentum away from your store, you can get down to business making changes left and right - but try to only make necessary changes. Sales slowing could be a culmination of a variety of reasons. While you do have an effect, keep in mind that ultimately you cannot force a sale but you can enforce positive changes.
Budgets matter, especially when you're on a tight one. So lets talk Thanksgiving + Black Friday.
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This weekend I’d love to dive a little deeper into textiles - specifically the ones we see on fabric content tags when we wash clothes or check fabric content or style numbers.
So what will we be covering?