We all know that Instagram is a very popular social network, and everyone knows that. But not everyone knows that you can sell clothes on Instagram. But you can sell clothes on Instagram. Instagram is a very big marketing tool that is used to connect and network. And if you use Instagram well, you can sell lots of clothes and make fat cash.
But unfortunately, most people don’t know how to use Instagram to market and sell clothes. So I put together this article to teach you how to make money selling clothes on Instagram.
So let’s dive in.
- Create a new Instagram account. Although most people use their accounts to sell their clothes, I recommend that you create a new Instagram account for selling clothes. Most of the time, people who use their account to sell their clothes are not very successful because most people get overwhelmed with their account and might have a little confusion choosing what to buy. That is why I recommend creating a new Instagram account to sell clothes online. You can also link the new account to your blog.
- Decide on which clothes to sell. You can decide to just sell your old clothes or resell clothes. Either way is good, but you have to decide on which clothes to sell on Instagram. However, if you are selling used clothes on Instagram, you have to make sure that the clothes have no flaws, holes or stains. If your used clothes are already stained, you can donate or sell it at a garage sale.
- Promote your closet sale. After you have created a new account, and you have decided on what cloth to sell, you should promote your closet sale. You can promote your closet sell on your personal Instagram account, Facebook, or Twitter. You can also use relevant hashtags like #shopmycloset, #closetsale, etc.
- Add lots of clothes to your sale. After you have done the necessary promotion and marketing, you should start adding clothes to your sale. You can either make a flash sale where you add lots of clothes at once and let your followers bid and after the bidding, you can close your closet. You can also choose to keep your closet open all the time and have fixed prices on your clothes. The truth is that both options work very well, you just have to choose the option that works best for your schedule.