Happy President's Day!
I'm so lucky to be off today and have had a busy morning! Talking with some family members, it seems like my district is the only district around here that has today off! Woo whoo!!!
Anyways, I wanted to ask y'all your opinion of TeachersPayTeachers v. Teacher's Notebook. I hadn't heard of Teacher's Notebook until recently. I was talking to my little brother about my blog and he mentioned Teacher's Notebook. I went on and browsed around and it seems pretty comparable to TpT. I have only listed and downloaded from TpT and that is all that I know. What are your opinions? Tell me about some of your experiences with Teacher's Notebook v. TpT!!!
I began listing things on TpT when I started my blog back in December and recently upgraded to a premium seller. I recently posted my first "for sale" items and thought I might get more bang for my buck with a premium seller membership. This is what it breaks down as for an upgraded account...
TpT - $59.95 annually, keeping 85% of selling price and no transaction fees.
Teacher's Notebook - $49.95 one-time setup fee, 90% of sales and $0.15 per transaction.
TpT - free enrollment, 60% of sales, $0.30 transaction fee
Teacher's Notebook - free enrollment, 75% of sales and $0.30 transaction fee.
It seems like Teacher's Notebook would be a better place for your free membership accounts, but I just can't figure out the math for a premium account. Plus, I feel like TpT gets A LOT more traffic than Teacher's Notebook.
I think I would really like to open a shop on both, but I just don't have the time or energy to focus on that right now. I would really love to hear your experiences with either and which one you prefer. Please share your thoughts!!!