3 Things Not to Do on Fashmates

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3 Things Not to Do on Fashmates

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If you want to set yourself up in business and create extra income from the sale of your unwanted clothes and fashion accessories, boy have you found the right place.

The Fashmates blog has so much information to help you get started all you have to do is search or scroll down from here.

We will help you learn how to prepare a garment for posting, setting up your Fashmates account, and we will also teach you how to create a price drop.

We want your online selling experience to be wonderful so that your customers come back time and time again.

3 Things Not to Do on Fashmates

3 Things Not to Do on Fashmates

However, there are 3 things that we recommend you don’t do on Fashmates and we thought we would just remind you of what they are:

  1. Don’t Not Share Other Closets

It might seem like you are helping the opposition by sharing someone else’s closet, but it is a great way to discover new friends and get others to share your closet. Remember, that no two items are the same on Fashmates so it is unlikely that someone else is selling exactly what you are so it will only benefit you when you share.

  1. Share Your Items on Social Media

Don’t use list your items and leave them. Each day share a mix of the items you have for sale on a wide variety of social media platforms. You never know who might be online and see something for sale and just have to have it. Don’t wait for them to find you, instead be proactive and share, share, share.

  1. Discount Items that aren’t Selling

Don’t leave items sitting in your online closet for long periods of time. Like physical stores, move items around and promote the ones you have had for a long time.

Using a variety of different methods, which you can read about here – How to Create Price drops That Get Attention on Fashmates, create a buzz of excitement around your items that will make shoppers want to keep coming back to your closet over and over again.

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