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Blog Posts for TpT Sellers
Deciding on a niche on TpT doesn’t lock you down… it actually sets you free. If you’ve been learning more about building a business on Teachers Pay Teachers for any length of time, then you’ve probably heard the phrase “find your niche”. While niche does sound like a pretentious buzzword and is often overused- the…Keep reading
When Checking TpT Search Algorithm Results, Don’t Forget The Other View If you’ve spent any time at all working on your search engine optimization for the TpT search algorithm (which you should if you want to make any money) then you’ve probably checked to see how your products show up in the search results for…Keep reading
TpT Pricing that Works One of the things that often leaves new TpT sellers scratching their heads is how to price their products. Having a solid pricing strategy is essential, because it is one of the three main ingredients needed to increase your profits. So how do you price your TpT products so that customers…Keep reading
Once you have worked out the kinks with a product and it is performing well organically, then it is the time to scale up. Scaling up takes something that is already working and magnifying the result. Usually, this means adding more push marketing to your strategy. Stop! You’re not ready to scale unless you’ve done…Keep reading
Tip #1: Be ok with the fact that they may not sell right away. Even if you post a seasonal product several weeks ahead of time, it still might not gain enough traction in the search algorithm to show up. When I post a seasonal product I pretty much assume I won’t sell any the…Keep reading
How to create TpT product descriptions that sell Often, teacher sellers spend so much time working on their products that by the time it’s time to post them, they’re feeling pretty burnt out. The problem is that if you don’t put the same effort into your product listing, no one will ever find that resource…Keep reading
Recently I got an email from a list I was subscribed to. In that email, the author repeatedly used an acronym. I don’t remember what the actual acronym was, so I’ll use “ABC” as a substitute. “Do you use ABC in your teaching?” “How often do you use ABC?” “It’s easy to use ABC.” And…Keep reading
These TpT seller mistakes keep you from growing your store to its full potential Most people who start a TpT store are teachers, NOT business people. So it’s easy, especially at the beginning, to get caught up on the wrong things. There are some mistakes that can really limit your sales – but the good…Keep reading
How to start a TpT store There are a lot of reasons for starting a TpT store – maybe you want to supplement your income, save for retirement – or maybe you have dreams of leaving the classroom altogether. Whatever your goals, it is possible to make money on TpT – but getting started can…Keep reading
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