Using Data to Drive TPT Product Creation

podcast tpt sellers tpt store May 16, 2022
Do you feel as though you're in a rut, wondering what product to create next? Or maybe you've run out of ideas on products to add to your TPT store.
Try this exercise (workshop style) to help you find you next best product!




Key Takeaways from the Episode

  • Go to your Sellers Dashboard. Filter the custom range to in the last year (from the date you do this exercise). Filter by units sold.
  • Write down the top 5 individual resources you see.
  • Now, change the custom range to "All time". 
  • Write down the top 5 individual resources you see. It's okay if some of them are also in the first list!
  • Group similar resources together (e.g. product lines)
  • Determine what is in common, or find characteristics of your top-selling units. What subjects are they? Are they digital and printable?
  • Write down (brain dump style) how you can create newer resources based off your best-selling resources? List ideas (be as general or as specific as you'd like)! 

Creative Action Tip


Make a list of the top 3 resources you'd like to make next, and check out this episode for my product creation process from start to finish!  

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