Friday, July 3, 2015

Learning Curves

This summer I decided to get many things accomplished on my computer.  I started this blog about a year ago, but find myself neglecting it here and there. Granted I was planning my wedding and teaching another new grade level. I knew early on ( beginning of the year) I would be displaced again. It is the nature of the beast I guess. I decided after the wedding I would try my hardest not to stress about it and do what I love. 

I have already accomplished a few things around the house, watched shows that I wanted to watch, been pretty lazy in dressing up, and cooked a few fancy from scratch dinners. I am enjoying me for the first time. This is the first time since I was 15 to not work. So I thought. 

I told the husband that I wanted to focus on my TpT and my Blog. He smiles and said " have fun" in his normal fashion.  I am so grateful the TpT Seller Challenge right now because I realized that I really do have a lot to learn. I knew the basics. Make sure to copyright your pages. Make sure to add  ( and read) the terms of use. Make your cover appealing. Promote. Promote. Promote. 

Well since starting the challenge I have learned. 
Sellers don't like when you say " I am not following you. Please come to my store. Best wishes." I am so grateful reading what sellers said because many of us follow the lead of others innocently. The advice or etiquette given was to download their free product and leave a comment. In there mention you are now following. Many sellers said they delete that in the questions if a follower leaves it there and often ignores it. ( good to know)

I have learned the importance of making Pinterest cover boards more inviting and the importance of writing a detailed description ( what I am doing after this). This will help people find you. 

Google Docs. I have never used them before and they still scare me. It is such a convince though. 

I know I am still learning and their are many new sellers out there in the same boat. I do wish you the best of luck. Don't feel alone in learning how to get moving. Stay committed. Someone will find your store. What is so great about TpT is that we all offer something different and we all serve the same purpose. 

Love. Learn. 
Miss Stetson


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