You probably have tons of clothes in your closet, but the fact is that you can’t wear them all. So instead of letting those unwanted clothes spend more time in your closet, why don’t you sell them and make money. Selling clothes online is a very good way to make extra income. So it is more like your clothes are making money for you, cool, right?
But before you can sell clothes online, there are some things you must do. In this post, I will give you five things you need to do when selling clothes online.
- Choose your selling platform. Before you can start selling clothes online, you need to choose your selling platform. You can set up your account on online marketplaces like Etsy, or eBay. You can also set up your online store; however, that is if you want to turn your small cloth selling into a full business.
- Recheck your clothes. Before you sell cloth, you want to make sure that the cloth is in good shape (no stains, no tears, etc.). Because no one would buy a cloth that is not in good shape from you. You need to make sure that you rearrange your closet and sort out your clothes. Of course, you can’t sell all the clothes in your closet, so you should always recheck your clothes before you put them up for sale.
- Take high-quality product photos. Your product photography decides everything; if your customer will buy your clothes or not. Majority… Like 90% of our decisions are triggered by what we see. That is why you must take high-quality photos. Low-quality photos will make you look unprofessional. So taking a high-quality product photograph is a priority.
- Get killer descriptions for your products. Before anyone would buy your products, they would want to know more about the clothes. If your description is not compelling and well written, there is every tendency that the customer would not purchase your products. That is why you have to make sure that you put your best into creating a good description for your products.
- Don’t overprice your clothes. Before you set your price, you should do a lot of research, to be sure that you are not overpricing. When your clothes are overpriced, people might not buy from you.
— AionHill (@AionHill) 24 de junio de 2017