Phase 2 Done! Ready for More!
Phase 2 - Check!
I am finished with Phase 2 of the Affiliate Bootcamp! I did it! Yippee! Very helpful and enlightening. Now I am on the Phase 3!
Besides enjoying my time on WA, I have been working on a few projects in this New Year 2020, during the month of January. I have been scheduling my time into chunks of the day, to be able to balance them all together and feel good about the process, without losing ground in any single area of my online businesses.
No Writer's Block for Me!
1) I have been writing a daily blog post for The Ultimate Blog Challenge. I have participated a few times in the past and always enjoy it. I have completed it twice before and did not finish one other time.
It is a way to get motivated to write every day and receive views and comments on your blog. This time I focused on my online eBay course blog, giving a total of 31 eBay tips for each day in January 2020. Today is the 23rd, so I have written 23 tips.
It's going well and I'm using many of the techniques and tips from what I've learned at WA in my first 2 phases of the Affiliate Bootcamp!
2) I have been building my Poshmark site and sales up. Like anything online, consistency is the name of the game. I have now completed 9 sales and am learning the ropes of followers and shares on Poshmark. I have also learned it's not just for selling clothing.
I am working my way to Posh Ambassador, though I'm not quite there yet. In some ways it's a bit simplier than eBay, but all new ventures take time. I love that when a sale has been made, you can print the buyer's shipping label right out! So quick and easy!
Make My Day
3) I am trying to list/sell LARGE items on the local online sites. I have successfully sold 2 large pieces of expensive art, in person, for CASH. That certainly makes one's day!
The first sale was painted by an Italian artist named Botti. The buyer knew a little more about the artist and painting than I did, which is often the case when I sell on consignment for folks. I was very happy to accept $700 for that artwork! The buyer, the consignor and I were all happy with that sale!
The second large piece of art was Chagall print from the 1960's. It was framed and I was selling for a different consignor. It also went for $700. Again every party was very happy.
I will continue to list large items, namely because they are a bit challenging to ship. I call that the "hassle factor" and try to limit those situations in my online selling.
How is everybody doing with their goals in January 2020? I'd love to hear from you in the comments below!