Is It Worth It? Let Me Work It: The Poshmark Ambassador Program

I’ve been selling on Poshmark for a few weeks now, and one thing I am considering working towards is becoming an ambassador. At first, I didn’t give too much thought to it since I was only listing a few items, but now that I want to grow my closet I think it is something to work toward.

What is the Poshmark Ambassador Program?

The Poshmark ambassador program focuses heavily on the community goals of Poshmark. Along with listing and selling, users are asked to share listing for other Poshers. According to the Poshmark blog, ambassadors are expected to “set the tone” in the community, by keeping active and providing good customer service.

Why should I consider working toward the program?

Many Poshers ask if this program is worth it. The main reason to join is that you will be put into a suggested user rotation. This should help your Poshmark closet gain exposure. Some Poshers have claimed that they have fewer sales after joining the program, but since Poshmark makes a profit off each sale, it doesn’t make sense that they would hide listings.

Steps to Becoming a Poshmark Ambassador:

In order to achieve ambassador status, Poshers need to complete a list of minimum community tasks. These are:

  • A minimum of 5000 Community Shares and 5000 Self-Shares.
  • A minimum of 50 Available Listings
  • A minimum of 15 Sold Listings
  • Average Purchase Rating must be 4.5 stars or greater on average
  • Average Ship Time must be less than 3 days on average
  • You also have to give at least one love note, which means review a purchase you have through on Poshmark.

My Poshmark Ambassador Status:

My Poshmark Ambassador Stats as of December 6

Looking at my Posh Stats, I am currently 72% finished with the program requirements. I Still need to do a lot of community and self-closet sharing and list 25 more items in my closet (or more I suppose if I make some sales!). I don’t know how long this will take me, but I think trying to get it by the end of December is a decent goal. Wish me luck!

Interested in joining the Poshmark community? Use my code ARCHAEO_CHIC to get $5 off your first purchase!

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The Multiple Places where I Sell Online: eBay, Mercari, Poshmark, and Depop

I’ve been reselling online for a little under 6 months. I started with things I wasn’t going to keep when I moved across the US, and now I do some additional sourcing along with that regular purging.

I am currently using 4 main platforms for my selling. I use eBay, Mercari, Poshmark, and Depop. Some items I will crosspost on different platforms because they tend to attract different types of shoppers, and the shipping costs can vary between platforms.

Selling on multiple platforms can be a bit of extra work, but I have found it to be worth it many times. You never know where people are looking for things online.

If you are a reseller too, I’d love to hear about your experiences with these and other platforms. Feel free to leave me a note in the comments below this post!

My First Week on Poshmark

After a while of contemplation, I decided to move some of my Depop listings to Poshmark, to see how they might do. I was pleasantly surprised at how fast things can move (although they do have a higher seller fee than eBay and Depop).

After my first week, I can see why it’s so popular. I sold 10 items from my closet, one of which is being returned (so really 9 sales in total).

Here is a look at my first week states from November 11-18, 2018:

My First Week of Poshmark Sales

If you’d like to join me on Poshmark, my closet name is Archaeo_Chic (and if you use my name to join, you get $5 off your first purchase!)

A little of this and that..

Today I’ve been juggling a few tasks for my online reselling. I spent the morning preparing packages for customers and then settled into some artifact cleaning. I think it’s funny how many of my academic archaeology skills come in handy for this stuff. Well, that and my retail experience from before college.

Today I took these silverplated Oneida shakers and cleaned them up for listing. I used the aluminum foil and baking soda method, and I think they came out nice. What do you think?

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If you are interested in shopping my finds on eBay, you can find my store here!