Poshmark is first and foremost a social media platform, so it only makes sense that it’s visual. You upload photos and curate your closet to try and sell your items. That means that you’re probably wondering how you should organize your Poshmark feed. There are about as many different ways to organize your virtual closet as there are Poshmark sellers. But I’m about to let you in on a mind-blowing secret — it doesn’t matter how you organize your Poshmark feed.
I know, I know. That’s not what you were expecting but stick with me for a second. There are tons of different ways that people organize their Poshmark feed. Some people divide their closet by seasons, while others divide it by items. Then there are those who curate by colors, and others who just upload and go. There is no wrong or right way to do it. The app won’t penalize you for a messy feed, just like it also won’t reward you for perfectly curated content.
The way to organize your Poshmark feed comes down to personal preference. Personally, I like to have a good mix of try-on photos and flatlays. Why? Because I think it looks appealing to the eye. That’s literally my only reason. Every day I upload four images to Poshmark. I try to make them all look good together, which just means colors that I like or maybe four casual tees. There’s not a specific reason why I do it, other than I think it looks nice.
My advice to you is to not putting too much time into organizing your Poshmark closet. Seriously, I truly mean that. There are so many other great things to put your time into on the app. Like, responding to buyers or sending offers or uploading consistently.
Don’t organize your Poshmark feed. Instead, spend the time working on your listings.
Don’t focus on what your Poshmark feed looks like all together. Instead, focus on every individual listing. Make it look the best that it possibly can. Focus on the lighting and the clarity of the item. Put work into your description. Make the title as clear as possible and have all the keywords you need. A great listing is what will bring in the sales — not a pretty feed.
Think about it this way: when you’re looking for a specific item, do you go to someone’s page or type it into the search bar? You probably search for it. At that point, it doesn’t matter how pretty your feed is. It matters that your listing stands out. Even if people are on your page, they’re likely filtering for their size or the item that they’re looking for. Once again, a curated feed won’t matter.
If you’re looking to become a part-time Posher, you should be focused on sales. Individual listings are what’s going to bring that money in. You only have so much energy to put into your business. Don’t spend it on organizing your feed. Spend it on making each listing sale worthy. I know that it might not have been the exact answer that you were looking for, but I truly believe that you shouldn’t put too much thought into how you organize your Poshmark feed. Just make every single listing as great as you can.
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