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how to create a bundle??

Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by durgamata, Jul 9, 2017.

  1. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    Hello Lovely People

    I have been creating resources for years but mostly free. I only recently started to make ones which teachers can buy. I want to offer a discount for multiple purchases. For example, while learning the ropes I have started by creating Key-Word Crossword-Puzzles for Religious Studies (my subject) GCSE.
    I am pricing these at £2.50 for one, but would like to give a discount for purchases of more than one.
    I think this is possible, as I have seen resources which offer this kind of discount - but after browsing for ages and clicking on everything that seems likely I still can't find out how to do it. Could anyone here help?

    Also, if any of you would like to look at my resources - you can get the little pre-views free - I would appreciate all the feedback I can get.

    Many thanks DurgaMata



  2. Tes_Natalie

    Tes_Natalie New commenter

    Hi @durgamata Fantastic news that you've recently started to sell some of your resources on Tes :)
    As soon as you've uploaded 10 resources for sale you'll become a Bronze Author, which not only enhances your royalty percentage, it unlocks some really helpful selling tools, such as being able to create your own Tes Shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/opening-your-tes-shop-essential-faqs and using our Bundler tool to create bundles which you were struggling to find recently https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/author-update-bundles-have-arrived.

    The next and really important part of becoming a successful author is to promote your resources and engage with your audience via social media. Our highest earners and best selling authors on Tes are all highly engaged on social media channels, so we've some helpful tips and advice on the following blogs:


    To help you get engaged, our Tes social media links are listed below:
    Last but not least, the Author Team are here to support you every step of the way, so if you have any questions or need any help or advice, please don't hesitate to contact us directly on authors@tes.com
  3. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    Thanks a lot Natalie. I will email to you any other queries which I can't resolve using the fantastic links you have shared here.
    Meanwhile I just have to make lots more crosswords. I am getting quicker. The first two took all day. The latest one only 3 hours!!!
    many thanks

    Tes_Natalie likes this.

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