Sharing is Caring: What to Know About Poshmark Share Groups
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You've probably heard of the Poshmark app, which allows you to buy and sell new or used clothing, accessories, beauty products, and even household items. But have you heard about Poshmark share groups? Share groups are a group of people who share their closet on the app or on social media platforms for others to browse through. These can be helpful, especially for new sellers looking to increase their visibility or followers. In this blog post, we will explain what Poshmark share groups are and why you should consider joining one.

What is Poshmark Share Groups

Poshmark Share Groups allow Poshers to share an item from their closet that someone else might want to purchase. These groups are based on specific interests or style preferences, so they're easy for shoppers to find what they're looking for. Poshmark Share Groups makes it easier for seller and buyer to share clothes and find new styles for their wardrobe. If you're not familiar, these groups are a collection of people who all want to sell or buy used clothing from each other. The group organizer can create them, and every member can post available items for sale at any time. You can join groups on the app or join a more extensive community through social media pages such as Facebook groups.

However, keep in mind that most of these groups do not allow you to advertise your closet. In most cases, they have a set of rules and guidelines before you can list an item for sale. Participating in various activities like this is very helpful in helping you increase your following. There are also a lot of interactions and activities where you can get a lot of shares to connect you with more potential buyers. Remember that if you have questions or need clarifications, you can always ask your fellow-poshers in the comments section, and they are more than happy to help new poshers like you.

How to Share on Poshmark

Here is the step-by-step guide on how to share your listing or share other sellers' listings.

Self Share - The Poshmark share type where you share your listing to go on top of your closet, followers feed, and Poshmark app. To share your closet, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Go to your Poshmark account
  2. Click "Listing Page"
  3. Select the item you want to share.
  4. Click the "Share" icon.

Community Shares - The Poshmark share type where you share others' closets for your followers to see. To share others' closets, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Go to their listing page
  2. Select the item you want to share
  3. Click the "Share" Button

Posh Party Shares - The Poshmark share type where you can share your items on a themed listing party. When you share an item at Posh parties, make sure your items are appropriate with the theme. To share your listing with parties, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Select a posh party you want to join
  2. You can share your item any time from the 2-hour party window
  3. Click the "share" button to the party you want to share your item with.

Pro-Tip - The last post-party of the day is the everything-type party. You are allowed to share everything in your closet at this party and can potentially be chosen as a 'Host Pick.' A Host pick is when the Party host selects your listings to showcase in the Host Pick showroom.

Community Share vs. Self-Share

Sharing is an important activity in keeping your closet updated and on top of search results pages. Poshmark's algorithm is simple, the more you share your closet, the more potential buyers get to see it. If you are looking forward to making sales, sharing it multiple times a day will help you close a deal faster. There are two methods on how to share on Poshmark. The Community Share and the Self-Share.

Community Shares

Poshmark Share Groups are an easy way to share new or old clothes with others in your area who may not have as much money as you do or just need some more variety in their wardrobe. Sharing on these groups can be worth it if you take care of a few things first. This includes taking a quality photo of the items you want to sell, the color of the item, accurate descriptions of the item's condition, and relevant keywords on your title and listing details.

The idea of Poshmark share groups is simple. Users can set up their own "share group" to list items they want to sell or swap for things on other members' lists. Another member of the group can share these items in their closet for their followers to see. Having your items shared by different people help in maximizing your reach and increasing your earnings.


Self-share means that you are sharing your closets for your followers to see. The more you do it, the more people will see your item on the Poshmark app. As soon as you hit the "share" button, your item goes on top of the Poshmark app and search engine results page.

You should share your own closet at least 2-3 times a day to keep it on top of the app and your follower's feed. The ideal time depends on your target market, but most Poshers do it in the morning, during lunchtime, and at night or after working hours. Sharing items on Poshmark also refresh your closet. You can try the bottom to the top method, wherein the last item you share will end up being on top of your closet. So if you are looking for a way to sell an item faster, you may want to consider sharing it last to be seen first and be shared by other posters.

The bottom line is, both sharing methods are essential in improving your sales and increasing your visibility. But you may want to pair it by offering a bundle price for your likers or offering a special seller discount on the item or shipping costs. Doing this will appear like your buyers are getting a great deal, speeding up their buying decisions.

Poshmark Share Jail

By now, you probably know how sharing plays a vital role in Poshmark. But before you start your sharing spree, keep in mind that Poshmark also has a shared limit. If you exceed the share limit, you will end up in Poshmark Share Jail or Poshmark Soft-Banned (a term popularized by Instagram).

Just like the typical jail, you will get punished for sharing more than what is considered reasonable in a single day. If you exceed or get close to 10000 shares within 24 hours, your account can be considered a spammer and can get locked up in Poshmark share jail. To keep it safe, we recommend keeping your daily shares to 5000.

Poshmark share jail is beneficial for all the users of the platform. It helps to get rid of bad actors and keyword spammers. To know if you are in Share jail, go to Poshmark's website and enter your log-in credentials. The first sign you'll get is when Google Captchas pop up while you're sharing. It signals that something's not normal; the second thing is when the "Shared successfully" banner does not pop up. If you encounter these two signals, you are probably in the Share jail. To get out of the Share jail, you need to stop sharing for 24 hours.

In a Nutshell:

Selling on Poshmark is a fun and easy way to earn extra cash or to simply help you clear out your closet space fast. However, remember that after an item sells, the company charges a sales fee to keep the platform up and running. When determining the listing price for similar items, doing quick research pays off as it provides an idea of what price you can list your item for. Look for the brand name of similar pieces, and if possible, price your item close or lower than your competitors. If your item is from a well-known brand-name or from a popular store like Adidas, make sure your price is lower than its original price.

After you do your research, create a listing and make sure your item is clean and camera-ready. In addition to this, you should prepare and style your item and choose a well-lighted place and background. Also, make sure the display space is clutter-free and will catch potential customers' eyes. You can use your phone's camera to take a snap, edit it and make it the cover photo of your post.

Furthermore, remember that it is your responsibility to pack and ship the items as soon as you sell them. Once you make a sale, you will receive a confirmation email with a free shipping label. Poshmark shipping covers the use of a free USPS priority mailing box, or you may re-use a regular brown box. Make sure to pack your item securely and put fillers and cushions for fragile items. Once you have packed the item, drop it off at the nearest post office or in a USPS mailbox.

Having a Poshmark business is fun, not until you have to do everything on your own, from manually listing new closets to handling unsatisfied customers and potential returns. Suppose you are like one of those sellers struggling to manage their time manually uploading details of the item, managing item category, and sharing their items on multiple marketplaces such as Poshmark, Depop, Etsy, and more. In that case, you may want to try having a Poshmark bot.

A Poshmark bot is a powerful tool for Poshmark sellers that makes time-consuming and laborious tasks convenient and automated. It helps sellers create listings easily, source inventory, and have a better sales performance. OneShop is the top seller's Poshmark bot choice when it comes to sales and seller tools. It has an easy-to-use interface, innovative system, and all-in-one seller's tools for a seamless online selling experience. No need to manually share, re-list and de-list an item on multiple marketplaces. It saves you a lot of time, is efficient, and gives you the advantage of staying ahead of your competitors.

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