Do i half to sign up for a membership in order to get sales,

I have over 400 pieces of nice jewelry at reasonable prices, and still not one single sale, is this common, or do i need a membership to get sales?
thank you for your response

asked about 1 month ago

1 Comment

ccmom February 21, 2020

not much in way of descriptions..put in some keywords to help with google shopping. need to promote to bring in buyers here… I Tweeted a few of your items, Also, week is barely enough time to even get noticed in google shopping.Good Luck

3 Answers

Hello Poeiv, You do not need to start out with a membership, But you should be in Google Shopping with a 9% advertising rate. Also there is a lot of jewelry available on the net. Promote your items where and when you can and be patient. Best wishes for you on Bonanza

answered about 1 month ago

You ought to be promoting your listings on Social Media. If you don’t do it here, your traffic will be gradual. Use Coupons and Discounts too.

Your customers will thank you. :)

answered about 1 month ago

Memberships may get you more views but does not guarantee sales to pay the nut of said membership. Agree with all above said, minimum 9 pct and Social promote. Also be mindful of spelling and grammar in your descriptions as that could also turn people off. For instance it is HAVE not Half (but don’t say have off).
Good Luck and welcome to Bonanza

answered about 1 month ago

Question Vitals

Viewed: 268 times

Asked: about 1 month ago

Latest response: about 1 month ago

To Answer Brilliantly

Remember these tips:

  • Use links to other sources to support your opinions
  • Use examples where possible
  • Put yourself in the inquirers shoes: what extra info would be helpful?

Should I post a comment or an answer?

You can only post one answer, so make it count. Maybe your reply is more fitting as a comment instead?

Post an answer for:

  • Replies that directly and specifically answer the original question

Post a comment for:

  • "Thanks," "Me too," "I agree," or "Works for me" types of replies
  • When you would like the original poster to provide more details
  • When you have more to add to someone else's question or answer

See also our Roundtable FAQ.


Community help posts follow certain formatting guidelines, which may impact the look of your post. If you're interested in tweaking the format, instructions are available here.