Here are some other great resources for learning about how to sell on TpT

The Tpt Sellers forum (must have a seller's account to access)
Even if you aren't ready to start posting products, it is worth signing up (you can use the free option), just so that you can access the seller's forum. On the forum you will find posts on almost any topic you can imagine. If you are serious, take the time to read through the post archives - you will learn so much! Further, the community of sellers that participate in the forums regularly is extremely helpful and supportive. If you have a question, just ask! Most likely, someone will answer.

TpT Newsletter Archives
Every month TpT top seller Margaret Wisenaut sends out a newsletter to sellers with tips and tricks for selling on TpT. There are some excellent ones on pricing products, dealing with negative feedback and other topics. You can also find archives of the Weekly 10 Free Downloads Newsletter that Paul (the site owner) puts out each week.

TpT Training Videos
If enjoy getting information from videos, you will want to check out TpT seller Charity Preston's video training series. She has created videos on many different aspects of selling on Teachers Pay Teachers.

If you are looking for information on how to market your blog, you can't do better than Charity's Teacher Blogging Traffic School training course. Not only do you get 30 great videos, you also get access to the secret training facebook group where all kinds of great networking is happening. If you do sign up, please make sure to write Rachel Lynette as the referral on the sign up form.

TpT Seller Blogs
A blog is a great way to showcase your work, reach more buyers, and share your knowledge. If you are thinking of starting a blog, or want some more ideas for the one you already have, take a peek at this Sqworl collection of TpT seller blogs. There are some really fantastic ones!

If you are thinking of starting a blog, Blogger is the easiest way to do it. You can be set up and blogging in minutes. Plenty of templates to choose from and many options for altering them to make your blog truly yours.

Facebook Business Page
A facebook business page is NOT the same as your personal facebook page. One way to tell the difference is that you have "friends" on a personal page whereas people "like" your business page to become followers. It is a good idea to have a facebook page associated with your TpT business. You can use it to notify followers when you post a new product or have a sale.

Teachers Pay Teachers on Facebook
Here is the official facebook page for the site. Paul sometimes posts here as do many sellers.

Pinterest is an amazing way to get the word out about your products. Just be sure not to over promote.

Video of Deanna Jump
Want to see TpT's Number 1 seller talk about her success on the site. Take a peek.

Minds in Bloom
This is my blog focused on facilitating creative and critical thinking in children.