While I’m no Deanna Jump, I’ve enjoyed being in the top overall weekly sellers lists, and I’d love to share a few tips with you.
So, here are my 10 Teachers Pay Teachers seller tips:
- Focus on creating quality products
- Set realistic, identifiable and measurable goals
- Participate in the sellers forum
- Use Pinterest to market your products
- Join collaborative boards on Pinterest
- Create attractive product covers
- Use descriptive product titles
- Build keywords into your product copy
- Respond to customer feedback, even if it’s to say “Thank you!”
- Appreciate each sale, no matter how small!
More tips and resources for Teachers Pay Teachers sellers:
Creating Your Teachers Pay Teachers Profile
A few tips from a veteran Teachers Pay Teachers seller on what you can do to make your profile successful.
Creating Your First Teachers Pay Teachers Product
Your first product can put you on the map! It has to be a freebie, but freebies can attract TONS of traffic to your store!
Creating Quality Products
“How to I get more sales?” That’s the question that I see on the seller forums every day. The answer is simple: create quality products!
Pricing Products on Teachers Pay Teachers
I think the #1 mistake that sellers make is that they under-price their products. Believe in what you’ve created! If you think it’s good enough to sell, then price it at what it’s worth!
How to Create Banners for your TpT Store
Learn how to create banners for your store using PowerPoint. Banners are great for promoting new, seasonal, or best-selling products! They’re also a good way to call customer attention to one of your custom categories.
Top 12 Teachers Pay Teachers Tips and Tricks
Twelve things you can do to make your TpT store profitable. I regularly practice each of these tips.
Top 5 Copyright Questions for TpT Sellers / Authors
All Teachers Pay Teachers sellers should be aware of copyright laws in order to protect themselves and respect the rights of others.
Common Core Standards
Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s did us a favor and listed all of the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics.