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Top 3 Tips for New Sellers: Growing Your TPT Biz

Uncategorized Sep 08, 2020

I'm going to keep this straight and to the point, because I know if you're starting a TPT store, you probably don't have tons of extra time on your hands

Starting a TPT store was and is one of the best decisions I've ever made. Not just for the extra income, but for the friendships I've gained, the knowledge I've learned about being a bada** business owner, and the security I now feel getting that extra payment every month.

Here are my top three tips if you're thinking about...

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5 Ways to Prepare for a Site-Wide Sale

Uncategorized Aug 02, 2020

There is a lot of hype around site-wide sales and how to prepare for them. Here are our top 5 ways to prepare!

1. Set your store on sale

This seems like a no-brainer but forgetting happens! When you have a seller account, you’ll see a banner at the top of your screen with a link that says, ‘ready your store.’ When you click that link, choose ‘I want to set my entire store at 20% off during the sale’ and submit. Now you’re set! Your store will automatically...

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How I Became a TPT Seller: Erin

about us Jun 25, 2020

Flashback to 2016. I was the sole speech therapist at a satellite private practice. I had few resources and the resources I did have were very outdated. Parents were asking for homework and I found myself creating work to send home and engaging activities to do in my therapy room. 

Personally, my husband and I were doing a complete remodel of our home (and if you know me, that’s not my idea of fun). After a week of our house being completed, Louisiana experienced the “Great...

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How I Became a TPT Seller: Abby

about us Jun 25, 2020

When I started realizing how much I liked creating materials, I had just finished up my CF year as an SLP (in non-speech terms, this is basically the end of my paid internship year). I liked making cute things for my classroom, like labels and posters, and even some flashcards for things I just couldn't find "out there." My coworkers would always compliment the things I made, always telling me how creative I was. I even started getting requests from coworkers for things for THEIR...

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