The rising popularity of peer-to-peer social shopping has spawned an army of platforms that are giving top-rated e-commerce websites and marketplaces a run for their money. Among the likes of Vinted and Vestiaire Collective is London-founded Depop, the go-to app for gen Zers looking to post and sell (mainly resell) items to their followers through carefully curated social feeds. Here at Screen Shot Pro, we previously had the chance to speak to Depop top sellers Sooki Sooki Vintage and Mini’s World who shared their best advice on how to curate your own independent shop on the app. But because we know Pro members want more insight into what actually happens behind the scenes, we turned to Kelliesha White, Depop’s global brand and cultural impact manager, to find out a bit more about what it takes to get a job at one of the biggest community-driven marketplaces empowering the next generation to transform fashion. So, what does Depop look for in its employees? White shares it all.
If you’ve read our previous Level Up on How to sell on Depop: from starting an account to optimising your listings tutorial, then you already know how the app works, which is a pretty good start. But you’re not yet a master seller, and who better to take advice from than two Depop top sellers? For this Level Up, we collaborated with Sooki Sooki Vintage and Mini’s World and asked them to share their best tips on how to optimise your photos and listings on the app. Hear their advice in the following Level Up class: