In this second part of our ongoing style series we are focussing on styles and keywords for listing men’s shirts/t-shirts/tops and women’s blouses/t-shirts/tops.
When researching styles and keywords Google Image Search is your friend. I have found a few examples for you, to give you as many varied keyword ideas and options as possible… Continue reading
This month we are featuring our friends Emma & Tony Drew AKA The Drew Resellers. We initially came across their instagram page a few months back and are now regular viewers of their YouTube channels and Emma’s Blog (links below).
Emma is primarily a Lifestyle Blogger helping people to save and to make extra money, with Tony focussing on their Reselling business. We asked them to answer some questions for us so that you can get to know them a little better: Continue reading
Selling clothing online is an increasing competitive market. When writing your listing it is important to make your item stand out to create interest and to attract your buyer. Including many clear and varied photos of your item is important. Using wording, in your title and description, that is likely to be searched by the buyer is just as, if not more important. These are known as keywords. A good knowledge of the item you are listing is vital in finding the keywords that are likely to attract your buyer. This is your ultimate comprehensive guide to identifying Dress Styles and the keywords you can use to describe them.
We recently sold the highest value item of our 15 year reselling career. Nic had purchased a job lot of vintage consoles, games and accessories and while researching prices in which to list everything, he came across this inconspicuous looking cartridge with a hand written label. At first he dismissed it, assuming it had no value as it had lost it’s label, and someone had replaced it with their own. He planned to bundle it along with an Atari console and some other lower value games. However, his curiosity was triggered, he had never seen an Atari game called ‘Hard Head’ before, perhaps even without the label it would still hold some individual value. Having done some further research he decided that perhaps this game was actually quite rare as there were no other ‘Hard Head’ Atari Cartridges currently listed or recently completed on eBay. He decided then that he would put the game on auction with a Buy It Now of £100! Continue reading