Friday, February 10, 2012

Do the work for me.

Ok, so here's the deal.  I bought this pink fringed vest from the GW last week.  Tyler thought I was crazy, but I told him "I bet I can get $50.00 for it!".  So I took pics, listed it, tried to be as *ahem* "whimsicle" as possible in the description and I've only had 13 hits on it.  Not that I expected it to sell immediately, but I thought it would definitely get more than that.  The pictures are not the best, but considering my camera, the backgrounds and light I have to work with, and my poor skills, it's all I got.

Click to see listing

I've kind of marketed it towards motorcycling ladies, since they tend to pay more for their stuff than someone who just wants "western" wear.  Am I turning people off with the motorcycle/western description?  Should I just pick one and go with it? 

It really is a cool vest and I know that I should be able to get this much out of it.  Suggestions, anyone?


  1. Look up sold ones and pull key words or phrases from those.

  2. What is the brand? I would try putting that in the description. I find that type of buyer (who does pay more) tend to be very specific in brands. Try adding that as well!

  3. It's Don't Stop brand, which isn't a very large brand. I will add that, though. I wasn't sure when I first listed it. Thanks!