Side Note: The product was marketed for about four to five months. Another product I created only about 3 weeks ago is already two sales away from reaching the big Ten mark. Just goes to show you can never totally forecast sales. That's weird because years ago I used to write articles about forecasting, and now I am more focused on my own products making me about $15 per month. I like both kinds of sales - slow and steady and more sporadic!
Side Note: I have been thinking a lot lately about the time required on the front end to create products for sale on Teacher's Notebook and TeachersPayTeachers.com. What I like about these sites is that the prices are pretty reasonable and I can always find something I need to augment my own plans. Why didn't this business model catch on more than 5 years ago?