Flexible Pricing: Pricing is a big deciding factor in generating sales. As a beginner, you can keep your pricing flexible. This doesn’t mean you lower your price so much that consumers doubt your product’s authentication.
Compare your product’s price with the top sellers and if you can keep your price slightly less than theirs go for it.
Careful With The Packaging: Sometimes keeping your product package in one piece and delivering it to the consumer becomes challenging.
There are several reasons behind the story.
Maybe the delivery agency you chose didn’t handle it with care or they had so many products to deliver that your product got into the mess and got muzzled badly.
So what should you do then?
You can deliver your products to your inspections.
Give yourself time to pack the things beautifully. A reasonable rule is to put the object in a plastic bag in gallon size in the shipping case or envelope before you place it.
Surprise Gift: It’s not a tip, by the way, it’s a way of expressing your gratitude towards your customers.
Most of the famous brands do that and I think it’s a good thing to do.
You can practice this as a Poshmark beginner too. Send some surprise gifts on special occasions like their birthdays or on Christmas or new years days.
This will make your customer feel special and they will feel your gratitude as well. It will help them to remember your brand name more often.