Learn How to Increase Your Followers and Sales.
Once you have your shop set up, your products listed, and you are ready to hear that cha-ching, what happens when you actually hear crickets?
Having a handful of products in your shop is great. However, you need to attract new views and followers and sometimes that can seem overwhelming and confusing. This course will walk you through a few of the steps you can take to get your products noticed and get those sales happening!
Are You The Ideal Student?
What Does This Course Cover?
Wondering how to start this process? Looking at the entire list of things to learn and create can cause you to freeze and not move forward. This course is designed to follow the workflow that I use. From deciding which programs to design my resources with to generating traffic to my store. I cover it all.
I’m a teacher who also creates educational resources and graphics. My time is usually spent finding ways to share the information that I have learned with others who would like to learn about technology, creating lessons to sell online, and promoting your side hustle on Pinterest (hint: great graphics!!).
My site offers courses on how to design and sell lessons so you can put a little (or a lot) of cha-ching in your pocket. You have all the ideas in your filing cabinet, my courses will help you share them with your tribe and the rest of the educational community!
Why Sell Your Classroom Resources?
What would you do with a little extra money each month?
This is all possible and more. Most likely you are already designing additional activities and resources for your room. Those lessons and displays that you design for your own students could save another teacher loads of time and stress. Dress them up a bit and offer them to the teaching community. Not only will you earn a little extra money, you will be helping out another teacher! That's HUGE!
I started my account years ago as a seller (2013). At the time I was teaching High School Art. My products were clipart that I had already created and that I sold on Etsy as well. My thought process was that "I didn't know enough about teaching art yet to design lessons".
Could I have started creating Elementary resources?
But I didn't. Instead I put Teachers Pay Teachers out of my mind until 3 years later when I was using it regularly to teach Middle School Social Studies. It dawned on me that I could be designing lessons and selling them too.
I "married" TPT in June 2016. Each month my sales have gone steadily up (with the exception of December) and I am about to bust into the 4 digits for monthly sales. It's not an over night fix. It takes HARD work and TIME.
Should you wait? Or start now?