After years of creating, marketing, and growing a platform on TPT, I have tried a lot of different methods and tools. I believe that there is one most important tool that you need as Teachers Pay Teachers seller: Canva.
As a new teacher, perusing the Teachers Pay Teachers website for lesson ideas, I thought the sellers surely had to have some special gifts or talents. A marketing background? A minor in graphic design? I had no idea how one would go about learning how to sell on Teachers Pay Teachers.
If you’re like most teachers, you’re on a budget. And if you’re like me and many other educators, nothing beats a Teachers Pay Teachers sale! But are you maximizing your spending? This post will cover the must-dos before each sale in order to stretch your dollars as far as possible.
But the transition from employee to entrepreneur has completely rewired my brain. Starting a business, even just a side hustle like Teachers Pay Teachers, requires overcoming a tremendous amount of fear, self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and just a lot of stumbling as you learn.