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Tips for selling ( etsy and depop) watch

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    I restarted my easy store which I closed due to exams.

    I'm selling handmade jewellery and art pieces, also, I want to start selling on depop preferable second hand stuff or things I just buy around.

    Does anyone have selling tips or tips to attracting traffic to my stores ?

    I also have an Instagram account made which I'm trying to use to help increase traffic but that's also running low and slow too.

    Get all social media, even snapchat as you can add links to it now too. Get in on what's trending on social media, e.g. if a hashtag is trending on twitter, tweet something about it. Also, you can pay to show ads on websites (I understand if u cant afford this). Maybe look at what is not attracting traffic to you like weigh the benefits and drawbacks of ur products and try to improve them. Also, selling depop make sure you find the cheapest supplier, make sure they are reliable order from them and see their product. Also, look at other sellers and sell at a similar price but also make sure u make a good enough profit. Remember good customer service is VITAL. Stay dedicated and motivated and spend a lot of ur time on ur business. Hope I helped. Good luck!!
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