Basic Tips for Selling & Posting Products on and the Kush Marketplace started out in 2017 as a B2B platform designed to help Recreational Cannabis Companies in Washington State connect. Alot has changed since then, now has a thriving Hemp Marketplace that operates in All 50 States allowing big & small hemp companies to connect B2B and directly to consumers!

Now, more than ever, creating a great Product Listing on is crucial to standing out on the competitive marketplace and land some sales! Here’s a quick guide, and some Do’s & Don’ts for posting products on;

Do Post Tons of Pictures!

You are 3.5 times more likely to get an offer if you post an ad with a picture than without a picture! 3.5 TIMES!!! Ads with out pictures also spends more time with conversations about “what does it look like?”. If your ‘conversations’ page is flooding with questions instead of offers, then this could be the easiest fix.

We often recommend posting great glamour shots for the main photo, but including some more realistic ‘as it ships’ photos on the product will help reassure buyers of what they are actually receiving (especially with B2B sales!).

Don’t Post a Different Product Lister Per Strain

Condense your ads down to the specific product if possible. If your A flower for example is all at the same price and passed QA, I’d put it in one product listing so that a buyer can purchase across different strains in the same offer. You’d think individual ads would spread your exposure but with the ‘Score’ system on you’ll actually get higher on the products pages by having all the buyer activity tied to a single listing.

In the description area you can place all the specifics, like with our example of Flower; strain(s), THC range if tested, weight per strain, and harvest date. The more information given, gets you closer to the sale. Many times, buyers won’t engage if they have to ask a bunch of questions..

Do Answer Quickly!

Answer your phone or get get back with a buyer through your conversations page quickly (check daily if you want to close sales!). We are all busy. When a buyer is interested in the fruits of your labor, don’t leave them waiting! Many deals fall through because the buyer moved on to a faster seller. Quick correspondence in this competitive market is paramount.

Don’t Surprise Your Buyer

Your pictures should be a representative of what transit is picking up. If you are posting a picture from a photo shoot, that’s cool but please also add what the actual product looks like as well. Taking pictures of the actual product will eliminate much confusion and lessen the chance of any returns. It’s kinda like a dating site, the ad may sound great but when you see the product….well you get the picture….ummm… or maybe you didn’t.

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