Kid Tips of the Week

This week we tapped into the Kidizen community to get some of their advice for first-time sellers and (lucky you!) their tips ranged from photography to item descriptions to finding a great schedule for listing.


“I think good, well-let photos and reasonable prices are the basic keys.”
— Jessica Hirsch Attanasio, What Audrey & Daniel Wore

“I take all my photos in one sitting, making sure that at least my cover shot is set to square. Then I edit as necessary.”
— Katrina Naioti, Celia Bedelia


“I try to add 4-5 new listings daily. I photograph and write the description all at the same time. Then I immediately move to my Kidizen storage area —so I don’t lose the item (with four girls, things go MIA super quickly!)”
— Melissa Spiceland, Gillian’s Wonderland

“I like to list later in the day as I think more people are active then so I usually list while catching up on some shows after bedtime.”
— Katrina Naioti, Celia Bedelia

 Descriptions and Hashtags

“I search by keyword often, so great descriptions are key.”
— Katie Anderson Barth, Hair Bows + Hot Wheels

“I think everyone uses hashtags [to find items] so it’s worth it to do it to your own and follow along on the weekly hash flash hashtag.”
— Lia Pennington, ABC’s CLOSET


“Check into your shop often. If people like your items and see that you haven’t look at your shop in a few days or a week then they will be less likely to buy, thinking you are inactive and they won’t get what they bought.”
— Stacey Lindow, Ash and Babe

Have a few tips of your own? Leave them below or share them with us on Instagram and we’ll share the top five next week!
About The Author

Kate Smith

Kate a.k.a. Naomi The Fox is Kidizen's editorial director by day and mama to Samson (3) and Naomi (1) also by day. And most nights.

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