Boost Your Online Sales: Poshmark, Ebay & Etsy Updates

Boost Your Online Sales: Poshmark, Ebay & Etsy Updates

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Etsy Sales
    • Vintage Tennessee Sweatshirt
    • East German Military Pants
  3. Poshmark Sales
    • Disney Mickey Mouse Leggings
    • Distressed Denim Shorts
    • Beyond Yoga Sweater
    • American Apparel Tank Top
    • Massimo Wedges and Torrid Top Bundle
    • Free People Top
    • Chico's Skirt
  4. eBay Sales
    • Coldwater Creek Blazer
    • Joseph's Dress and Jacket Set
    • Union Made Vintage Dress
    • Sketchers Shape-Ups
    • Coldwater Creek Top
    • Disney Chip Costume
    • Vintage Bible
  5. Conclusion


Welcome back to another weekly sales update video! In this video, I will be sharing with you my sales from Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay. I will go through each platform and discuss the items I sold, how much they sold for, and where I sourced them from. At the end, I will calculate my cost of goods, fees, and net profit for the week. If you're interested in reselling online and seeing how I make a profit from platforms like Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay, then stick around and let's dive into the sales!

Etsy Sales

Let's start with Etsy, where I had a couple of decent sales this week. The first item is a vintage Tennessee sweatshirt, featuring the Tennessee Vols logo. I sold it for $34.95, which is a typical price for my vintage collegiate wear. I purchased this sweatshirt for $1 at a yard sale. Next, I sold a pair of East German military men's pants with built-in suspenders. These pants had been listed on eBay for almost a year but didn't receive much interest. So, I decided to cross-post them on Etsy, and they sold within a week for $59.95. I purchased them for $1 at a rummage sale.

Poshmark Sales

Moving on to Poshmark, I had a few sales worth mentioning. The first item is a pair of Disney Mickey Mouse leggings from Loula Road. These leggings sold for $12, and since they were originally mine, there were no cost of goods involved. I also sold a pair of distressed denim shorts with free-hems and exposed pockets. I purchased these shorts for $1 at a yard sale and sold them for $12. Another sale on Poshmark was a Beyond Yoga loose knit sweater. I had initially listed it for $40, but it didn't sell until I bundled it with an American Apparel tank top. The bundle sold for $20, with a total cost of goods of $5.70.

eBay Sales

Now let's move on to eBay, where I had some interesting sales as well. One of the items I sold was a Coldwater Creek embroidered blazer. It sold for $12, and I had purchased it for $0.50 at a rummage sale. Another sale was a Joseph's rib cuff purple black striped dress and jacket set. It sold for $39.99 on a best offer, and I had bought it for $0.50 as well. I also sold a vintage Polo Sport Ralph Lauren golf visor, which I picked up recently at a rummage sale for $0.34. It sold for $35. These are just a few examples of the items I sold on eBay this week.


In conclusion, this week was a successful one for my online reselling business. I made a gross profit of $513.49 and a net profit of $353.00. I sold a variety of items on platforms like Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay, and the items ranged from vintage clothing to brand new accessories. I sourced these items from yard sales, rummage sales, and even my own wardrobe. Overall, I'm pleased with the sales and the profits I was able to generate. Join me again next week for another sales update video. Thank you for watching, and happy reselling!


  • Successful sales on Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay
  • Vintage Tennessee sweatshirt sold for $34.95 on Etsy
  • East German military pants sold for $59.95 on Etsy
  • Disney Mickey Mouse leggings sold for $12 on Poshmark
  • Distressed denim shorts sold for $12 on Poshmark
  • Vintage Polo Sport Ralph Lauren golf visor sold for $35 on eBay
  • Gross profit of $513.49 and net profit of $353.00


Q: Where do you source your items from? A: I source my items from various places, including yard sales, rummage sales, thrift stores, and even my own wardrobe.

Q: How long have you been reselling online? A: I have been reselling online for several years now and have built a successful business through platforms like Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay.

Q: Do you have any tips for new resellers? A: Yes! My tips for new resellers would be to research the market, find your niche, and always be willing to adapt and learn. It's also important to provide excellent customer service and accurately describe your items.

Q: How do you calculate your costs and profits? A: I calculate my costs by keeping track of the amount I initially paid for each item, including any shipping or fees. For profits, I subtract these costs and fees from the total amount earned from the sale.

Q: What platforms do you recommend for reselling online? A: I recommend starting with platforms like Etsy, Poshmark, and eBay as they have a large customer base and are user-friendly. However, it's always good to explore other platforms and find what works best for your niche.

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