The Poshmark Sharing Schedule
The Best Time To Share and Follow on Poshmark
By: Poshmark Sharer
Staying active on Poshmark is very important if you want to make sales, gain followers and offers. Having a Poshmark sharing and following session during certain hours of the day is crucial for gaining maximum exposure. Below are some time frames proven to bring in extra sales, offers and followers.
Self-sharing is extremely important. We recommend self-sharing your closet 3-4 times a day, this will ensure that the most people (across the US) will see your listing. With the minimum of 3 sessions and maximum of 4 sessions per day.
The Optimal Poshmark Sharing Schedule
A great way to start the day is to share your items right before the morning rush hour. Keep in mind, Poshmark is available throughout the united states which carry different time zones. We like to run on EST, which is the earliest time-zone. Ideally sharing your closet around 8am EST will bring your items all the way to the top of the “Just Shared” list, making your items visible to everyone who logs on in the morning. Early bird gets the worm, so make sure you get those morning self-shares going!
Afternoons can be a bit tricky. Lots of people are at work, school or just preoccupied with errands. Self-sharing during the afternoon is important however, if you can’t get it done, it’s ok! Ideally, we like to complete afternoon shares around 1pm EST. Any items that are available to be shared to the morning party will still be shared, as well as to your feed. Now that you just shared your items, they jumped back to the “Just Shared” list, which again brings more eyes to your items.
Sharing On Poshmark During Late Afternoon & Evenings
Our two favorite times to share on Poshmark are 4pm and 9pm. Both Self-sharing and community sharing is ideal for these times. This is what I call the “Poshmark Timezone Rush Hour” people just got out of work, their home finally relaxing, checking all of their social media’s, emails etc. Poshers have the time to sit down and focus in, so this is the time you should do the same.
We noticed lots of traffic when completing one round of self-shares as well as 200-300 community shares. Yes, 200-300 community shares seems like a lot however, you’d be surprised how many posher share back. When these Poshers share back, they usually share more than 1 item. We typically see 5-10 items shared back! Now imagine if 90 Poshers out of those 200-300 you shared- shared your items 8 times, that would be 720 of your items shared during prime hours.
Late Night Sharing On Poshmark
Now this next time slot is from one of our awesome customers. Without further-ado, let me introduce the “Pub Crawl” hours of 1am-3am EST. This time-slot is not for the faint of heart! If you find yourself up at those super late (early?) hours, hop onto to Posh and give your closet a quick share.
We see customers waking up to more offers and direct sales when we shared for them at these hours. During New Years Eve almost all of our virtual assistants and admins were working an all-nighter, completing shares and follows all night long. Without a doubt, that was the best weekend our customers have ever experienced. We seen a customer make 25 sales that night. That was a great night! Ever since new years eve, customers have been asking for the “pub crawl” hour shares.
We Can Share For You
The same time slots can be applied for gaining followers. I would recommend not following during the middle of the day. When we completed follows during the lunch hours, we didn’t see much of a turn around. We roughly seen maybe 2 our of 10 follow back, not cool.
Over all the hours between 9pm-2am EST are our gold hours. No matter what we do during those hours, whether it’s self-sharing, following, or community sharing we always see a great turn around in offers, followers, likes and sales. Of course, that is a lot of Poshmark for one day, but our Poshmark closet virtual assistants are here to help! Do you want to try out the pub crawl hours, but can’t stay up that late? Fill out a contact form on our website, PoshmarkSharer.com and let us know how we can help!