The 30 Minute Method is a strategic set of events set in place by Poshmark seller Lyn Cromar, with help from the Poshmark Analytics Group; a group who has allegedly spent great amounts of time analyzing Poshmark data and algorithms to determine the best triggers.
The method suggests for Poshmark sellers to hit “Edit”, then “Next”, then “List” on 30 of their own active listings to start. It then goes on to suggest that you list 3 new items in your closet. (It notes that if you don’t have 3 items to list, delete 3 from your closet and relist them.) Once you’ve done that, it suggests that you follow every follower that has followed you. Next up is to follow new closets for exactly one minute. Then it suggests you welcome 10 new closets. Last and least, the infographic suggests that you “Return the Posh Love” by sharing listings from people’s closets who have shared listings from your personal closet.
To make things easier for all of you, here is the infographic that was created for the 30 Minute Method.
Posher Club does not condone, nor does it suggest you use this method in your daily Poshmark activities. There is simply no proof that this exact method is the perfect potion to quickest growth or highest sales.
About the Author – Hey there! I am a 31 year old male residing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. My main source of income is through reselling clothing on Poshmark, with my second source of income being through creating and running numerous websites daily. (Shoutout Edmonton, Shoutout Sudbury, Edmonton Talks News, & Alberta Missing Report to name a few.) I also make helpful Poshmark-related YouTube videos! Thanks for checking out my helpful Poshmark website! If you happen to be interested, here’s my Poshmark Closet.