I hear from new used panty sellers that they think they’re doing something wrong if they haven’t made a sale in the first few days.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Some sellers take weeks or even a month or two to get their feet off the ground and up and running in their business.
We have to take a step back and see it from the longer-term perspective.
Panty selling is certainly not a get-rich-quick scheme.
Nor is it an overnight success.
I mean, some sellers get lucky and make a sale in their first few days but if you haven’t, don’t take it as a reflection on you.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that most panty sellers don’t do much research or groundwork into their business. Most come in to it hitting the ground running.
That was me too so I’m not about to lecture you on that.
But if you’re really serious about making this work, you could listen to my podcasts and take some training (The Ultimate Guide is your best bet but there is free training too that will give you the basics.)
Take your time to get to know the community and how your platform works.
Don’t treat the whole thing like an ebay sale. Good sellers want to build know, like and trust and develop good relationships with their loyal customer base.
The best advice overall however, is to have realistic expectations about the business.
It can take a while to get up and running.
It can be dead as a dodo sometimes with no income for days or more.
It can be hard work and monotonous sometimes.
It can easily lead to burn out if you don’t take adequate breaks.
Imagine where you’ll be in this business in a year if you just keep going.
A lot of sellers drop out when the going gets tough, unaware that if they just kept plugging away, they’d have a solid customer base that brings them a regular income.
Have you got what it takes?