Secrets to success

Recommended proven tricks on how to sell your things on Spoolster.com. Try these tips from our experts.

Write a Winning Headline

Most shoppers know what they’re looking for. Create a concise headline with one perfect adjective. Avoid  all caps and rows of exclamation points—they look amateurish.

Post Photos That Sell

Upload one full-length picture of the item and a few close-up shots from various angles.Make sure photos are 800 pixels wide so shoppers won’t have to scroll to see your product(s).

Make It a Clear Write-up

Put descriptive keywords at the bottom of your ad, and opt for a bulleted list to outline key features—like brand, condition, and size—rather than hiding points in a block of text.

Thursday Posts Do Best

Add your goods between 6 and 7 p.m. on Thursday to target weekend bargain shoppers.If items haven’t sold by Friday, delete the listing and repost on Saturday to keep the sale feeling fresh.

Be Smart About Price

Haggling seals the deal online. Calculate your best costs and reasonably margin. Remember,spoolster.com do not collect any fee from you until you have successfully delivered your products.And we are one of the lowest commission structure in the market.
Don’t say you’re firm on pricing. If you are set on a certain amount, ask for more money than you’ll accept and meet somewhere in the middle.

Offer Help Moving

Make it easier for shoppers to take large products home. Recommend from our lists of internationally recognised logistic company (EMS, DHL, TNT Express) that is readily there to ship your products at competitive rates.

Use a Safe Communicating media

Select the option that allows people to e-mail you through our messaging and ticketing functions. Here you can communicate directly with Buyers for any queries pre and post sale transaction.

Go with Total Honesty

If you’re selling a big item example like a car, be up-front with your reasoning. Are you due for a vehicle upgrade? Is the engine sticky? Be open, and keep others from drawing their own conclusions.

Sources: Yahoo! Shine, moneycrashers.com, gizmodo.com, everythingfinanceblog.com, Yahoo! Voices,
digitaltrends.com, hooniverse.com, ridiculouslyextraordinary.com, timespiral.com