Hey guys, it's Vicky. Welcome back to my channel. So in today's video, I want to be sharing
with you some tips on Poshmark keywords. That'll help you sell really fast on the Poshmark
app. So I have been testing some things out over the last couple of weeks, and I'm noticing
some really amazing things. So I'd like to share that with you today. I'm going to be
using an example of an item that sold last week, as soon as I listed it. So let's go
ahead and get started with the video. So the week before last, I had purchased a pair of
LL bean bean boots, and these are like a duck boot waterproof type of boot. And I've been
looking for these boots just to sell it for a long time, because I noticed that the sole
coms for LL bean boots were really high compared to any other item that sold for LL bean on
So that was always something that was at the top of my list of source whenever I went out
sourcing. So I did find a pair and they were a smaller size. They were a size seven, which
isn't too small, but it's not an ideal size, uh, based off of what the majority of women
wear, which is like a size eight to eight and a half. So I took a chance with them.
I decided to try out some keywords. So I use a Chrome extension called keywords everywhere.
Basically I pay them $10 for a hundred thousand keyword searches. So what that app does is
it shows you how many people are searching for that keyword every single month. There
are free ways that you can find that same information by using, um, Google keyword planner
or, uh, Google trends, stuff like that. But I prefer this already done for you.
And it's just really simple just to type it into the search and it shows, so I've been
trying different keywords out in my Google search to see what people are searching for.
So the one thing that I did notice was that 90,000 people a month were searching for boots
by LLB didn't necessarily say bean boots. And then the majority were for men's boots.
However, there were searches for women's boots as well. So I decided I'm going to just take
my chances and I'm going to see what I can do. So I want to share with you what my listing
looked like for these boots to kind of give you an idea of what I've been trying out in
my closet. So I will post a picture on a screen over here, so you can see there for my title.
I just did LL bean six inch bean boots, boot waterproof Brown, right.
It sounds really weird, but it's just a lot of keywords in it. Um, I of course copied
my title and my description, which is what I always do. I put in the size and then the
condition. And then at the bottom, I just did tags. Now you might see on Poshmark, a
lot of people have a tag section. That's like, they might have a listing for forever 21,
but it's saying free people and Anthropologie and all these brands that don't relate to
it. I don't do that. And you shouldn't do that either. I mean, yes, it'll bring people
to your closet or it'll make people see your item, but it's, it's false. So whenever I
do my tags, I always make sure that they relate to exactly what I am selling. So for example,
with these beams, uh, my tag lists were LL bean boots, LL bean boots, women L L bean
Women's LL LLB women's boots, LL bean, duck boots, L L bean bean boots, bean boots, waterproof
lace up boots. Pre-owned LL bean dumped boots, pre-owned LLB bean boots, LL bean seven, LL
bean boots, seven used LLB boots used LL bean boots women's boots. So it completely related,
but I also made sure I added the word pre-owned and used because a lot of people are looking
for those keywords of pre-owned and used because it's going to be cheaper and they know it.
So make sure in your tags that you have a couple of things that say used or pre-owned.
So they know that that's what that is. So I've been adding tags like that, and a lot
of my listings and a lot of them are selling rather quickly and for a lot more money. So
these, I had listed for $75. I listed them on the 16th of September and literally the
next morning on the 17th, I had them sold for $60.
Somebody offered me 60 and I accepted it. I paid eight 50 for these. So that was an
amazing profit. And I will definitely pick them up again, but I really feel that it had
to do with the keywords. First of all, nobody had liked that item. There were no likes whatsoever
on that item. And I did have some comments from people wanting to see like the bottom
of the boots, cause I apparently didn't list a photo for that. But I think it's interesting
that the keywords, these items that I'm throwing these keywords in or something like that.
So another one that I did this with was the fry leather boots that I purchased. Um, I
had a lot in my description, which I do not typically do large descriptions, but since
these were sample boots, I wanted to make sure that I described them a hundred percent.
So no one who would want to return them. And thankfully they accepted their order and they
did not return. So that was a great prophet. Um, but what I did was I did a few tags for
this one. So for this one, when I did, I titled it fry Brown leather harness knee-high wedge
boots. And then I had some tags at the bottom of the description, which said Frye boots,
women fry, leather boots, Frye, wedge boots, Frye, wedges, fry, wedge, tall boots. And
those were mainly the only keywords that I could find that related a great deal to what
I had since these are very rare boots, um, that people were actually searching for when
I was using the keywords everywhere, uh, extension. So I really feel that adding more keywords
does truly help your listings. I was very hesitant at the beginning and I just figured
I would do basic keywords.
You know, a lot of people want to add words like sexy and cute or, uh, delicate stuff
like that. I don't add keywords like that. Like I literally want to add what I think
people are really looking for. So if I'm looking for something that I found on a fashion blog,
I'm going to be looking up that exact item or, um, you know, say for instance, a pair
of American Eagle distressed mom jeans, which is what I was looking for for a long time,
I would type in, uh, American Eagle distressed mom jeans 18 because I was wearing an 18 at
the time. So that's how I would look it up. So you want to make sure that when you're
doing your keywords, that you're doing them as if you were searching for that item, a
lot of people are going to do different things.
Some people might put American Eagle, 18 American Eagle for whatever size they'll put a size
after. So I try to add those little keywords and as well. So that's what I've been working
on. I have a lot of listings in my closet and I have a lot of work to do so I probably
won't be adding keywords to every single listing, but I'm trying to go to the most important
ones, which are the ones that are worth more money and adding keywords to those. So I hope
this video was helpful to you. If you have any questions regarding the keywords everywhere
app or how to do this through Google keyword planner, be sure to let me know in the comments
below, or you can message me on Instagram with any questions you have, and I will be
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