So far I’ve created over 10 quality products for my Teachers Pay Teachers store. I’ve only sold two products but I can see that hundreds of people have downloaded my various free items. They’ve left glowing reviews. I’ve queried sellers on how many items they had in inventory before sales started to pick up and the magic number seems to be 50. I’m also trying to find a niche market. I think if I keep incorporating my art skills, I’ll garner more followers and perhaps more sales. I know I’ll keep producing products that I actually use in the classroom. I just have to trust that if I continue to build it, they will come.
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I've been teaching for 25 years. I've taught at the elementary level, but I'm currently teaching high school English including AP Language and Composition. I’ve recently opened a Teachers Pay Teachers store: Captivate Motivate Educate on Teachers Pay Teachers https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Captivate-Motivate-Educate I'm a self-taught artist and I strive to incorporate the arts in my teaching whenever I can. I believe our students need more chances to stretch their creative thinking skills. One of my current goals is to incorporate a makerspace in my classroom. I want to give students the opportunity to work with their hands in the English classroom. View all posts by Captivate Motivate Educate