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*** or TES?

Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by mracdpresent, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. mracdpresent

    mracdpresent New commenter

    *** or TES,

    Which one gets you the most sales? Wondering if being in UK with UK based resources makes a difference?

    Mr D
  2. krisgreg30

    krisgreg30 Occasional commenter

    I definitely get more on TES but helps that I make a more focussed effort here and my resources are aimed at the English curriculum.
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  3. TRJ

    TRJ New commenter

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  4. GoGoTeacherArms

    GoGoTeacherArms Occasional commenter

    TES. No question.
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  5. studeapps

    studeapps New commenter

    Would anyone like to say if it's worth the time to adjust resources for ***?

  6. mracdpresent

    mracdpresent New commenter

    TES obviously more UK friendly and I've only just joined but more sales in first week here than ***. I'm finding reaching bronze tricky as only putting on a few resources with very large in depth content. Don't want to put any little £1 things on. Maybe I should?
  7. I have both and barely get any sales on TES. *** is better. However, my items are more difficult to locate on *** and I'm feeling as though that market is flooded. I usually land on page 1 or 2 with TES. I wish I could figure out the 'trick' here. I've got almost 50 resources in my *** shop and I'd like to get them all transferred over.
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  8. zainah2000

    zainah2000 New commenter

    Tes of course.
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  9. mracdpresent

    mracdpresent New commenter

    Well I seem to be doing much better on TES but that's because I probably have barely any US Twitter followers and because of time differences. Does anyone do well on *** from U.K.?
  10. TRJ

    TRJ New commenter

    TES only manage 10/15 per month on ***
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  11. mrajlong

    mrajlong Senior commenter

    Had very little success on *** so don't really bother with it much anymore. TES all the way!
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  12. pittan

    pittan New commenter

    I find *** not UK user friendly. It is designed more for US market. I stopped shot of listing on *** when I found it very tedious.
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  13. kibishipaul

    kibishipaul New commenter

    Far and away ***. However, my sales are starting to improve on TES so I'm hoping I can do well on both at some point.
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  14. teachercellar

    teachercellar Occasional commenter

    My sales are much better on TES than on ***.
  15. a_teachers_idea

    a_teachers_idea New commenter

    I started out on *** for about four years now so I am doing much better there. I only started on TES in December and it's moving slowly but I'm hoping that things will get better soon.
  16. KayBray

    KayBray New commenter

    I seem to be in the minority but I really struggle with TES. I'm hoping the more time I spend on the site the easier it will get to navigate. It just seems much more complicated to me, each to their own I guess!
  17. hoppytimes

    hoppytimes New commenter

    I wouldn't give up on either. My Tes sales have been steadily increasing over the last few months, whereas my *** sales seem quieter now but improved compared to the same month last year. So, go figure :)
  18. mrajlong

    mrajlong Senior commenter

    I never know how to class resources on *** (not being an American). Got a few on there. I make about a dollar every month LOL! On TES I make a good amount every month!
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  19. Katharine7

    Katharine7 New commenter

    Definitely TES for me but I do give it more time than *** and the resources I make I actually use in school so they're aligned to the British curriculum. *** is a massive market but, as notsotypicalteachertpt said, it is pretty saturated!
  20. sabyrne

    sabyrne New commenter

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