“Where did you get your (insert insane shoes, sunglasses or killer handbag here)?!” If you’re anything like us, that question tops the list of your most asked when it comes to your favorite bloggers and influencers. We’re constantly turning to social media for inspiration, and nothing breaks our little shopaholic hearts like finding something awesome on social media and not being able to get our hands on it.
So when we were introduced to Tagspire, we swear there were little baby angels singing and strumming harps in the background somewhere. Finally! An easy way to share content, let users know where it’s from, and make it shoppable. And the best part? Tagspire users earn commissions on items purchased through the content they share. Getting set up on Tagspire is easy–just download their app from the app store and create an account. Once you’ve got an account, you can begin sharing content both in-app and on desktop by embedding your tagged images into blog posts and web pages.
Below are a few examples of our favorite looks from around the studio this week, complete with Tagspire tags and our tips for using the app.
Allison’s shift dress is from Tobi.com, so rather than using the “sell” tag within Tagspire we linked directly to the dress. If we can’t find the exact product in the Tagspire warehouse, we try to link directly to it using the link tag instead, that way anyone inquiring gets directed to the very product they want.
Tagspire isn’t just for clothing items! Their warehouse includes so much more, including furniture, kitchen gadgets and beauty products. Here we linked up Avi’s hair color.
Tara’s outfit consisted of a few pieces that were easily found in the Tagspire warehouse, and a few one-of-a-kind pieces that weren’t so easy to track down. When this happens, we do our best to match the tag up with a similar item, while also keeping with a similar price point. We don’t think it’s ever fair to deceive readers or followers by linking up to a like product at a higher price. Honesty is the best policy!
You can also share links to video content as we’ve done here on Bailey’s outfit post. She’s our go-to YouTube girl, and if you’re interested in seeing more of her style–head to her Youtube channel! This option of embedding video is great for linking to tutorials, vlogs, or product reviews.