Abigail is the Social Media Director at WorldLister.co and SavvySeller.co in Naples, Florida. She has a degree in Sign Language Studies with 4+ years experience with Sign Language. Abigail has been a one on one special needs volunteer for over 8 years. She is SavvySeller’s leading social media contributor including networks such as Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter.
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How Not To Be A Creep When Selling Online
I know I have seen my fair share of Craigslist or even eBay listing that are just flat out creepy. You might not even realize you’re doing it. Many people just care so much about their item, they come off
Garage Sales Are Over
Summer has come and gone, and garage sales are no longer with us. As great as garage sales are for finding deals, you can find things to sell in your house. My parents dedicate half of their basement to items
Style Isn’t Carbon Copied
I recently went thrifting and was surprised at the items that sold online vs the ones that just sat there. I was shocked that my favorite pieces got no attention while my ugly christmas sweater sold instantly. One advantage to
4 Tips For Your Etsy Store
For those who sew, knit, or have any sort of one-of-a-kind items to sell, there’s no better marketplace than Etsy. Buyers are looking for unique items to escape the overload of mass-produced products found on most shopping sites. If you
When Selling Used Clothing, Fix It First!
No matter how old or used an item is, it might surprise you to see how many people are looking for it online. If your clothing item is a little beat up, here are some tips to make it ready
4 Simple Ways to Make Your Etsy Shop Unforgettable
Etsy is a great way to sell online if your expertise is in handmade crafts. If you sew, knit, or just have special one-of-a kind items to sell, Etsy is great marketplace for your online shop. If you’re new to
Stuck Under A Social Media Rock?
We all know social media, such as Twitter, is the way to get your ideas, thoughts and hashtags out to the world. If you haven’t heard of Twitter I’m afraid to inform you, you may be stuck under a social