by Steven Moreno, TES Content team member and TES author
Logos are everywhere! They’re all over the foods we buy, clothes we wear, technology we use, and teams we cheer for. They’re nearly everywhere we look! They can be obvious, such as Apple’s apple. Or, they can contain somewhat subliminal messages, like the arrow from the A to Z showing that Amazon sells everything in between.
Want to increase your downloads and sales on TES? Watch this webinar with Richard Byrne to learn some tips about how to market your teaching materials.
Thinking about going global? Your resources can not only help US teachers in the classroom but also teachers in the UK and worldwide. Take advantage of TES' extensive global network and expand your reach with these tips on translating US grade levels, spellings, key terms, and measurements for UK teachers.
by Gabe Baker
By selling or sharing your resources at TES, you benefit from our massive audience. Teachers are often on other online platforms like Twitter or Pinterest, though, and they use search engines like Google to look for resources online. Don’t despair! You can promote your resources on social platforms to make it easier for others to discover them. If you’re feeling a bit self-conscious about self-promotion, don’t. If you deeply believe in the value of your resource, then help as many teachers as possible discover and benefit from it.