SLP on TPT FAQs

Thank you for your interest in making a contribution to one of this month’s weekly “SLPs on TpT Newsletters.” Before making a submission take a minute to review the following frequently asked questions.

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Where do I submit my products?

To submit a free product or blog post click here.

To submit a paid product click here.

How much does it cost to submit a free product?

There is no charge to have a free product featured in the newsletter.

What are the guidelines for submitting free products?

By submitting my free product, I agree to ALL of the following statements:

  • My product is free of charge.
  • My product is free of copyright violations. (If you are unsure, read this informative post – Copyright & Trademark 101 by Natalie Snyders)
  • My product contains 10 or less usable pages.
  • My product includes graphics credits.
  • My product has a cover page.
  • My product has a legible title. (With mobile media use on the rise, the newsletter is often read on a cell phone. Short, descriptive titles are viewed best on smaller devices.)

How often can I submit a free product?

You are allowed to submit up to 5 products each month.

Seasonal freebies can be resubmitted each year at the appropriate times if you wish. Even if they have already been featured. The newsletter receives several hundred new signups each month, so there will always be fresh eyes on your products.

How often can I have a free product featured in the newsletter?

There is no limit to how often you can have a free product featured.

How much does it cost to submit a paid product?

You will be charged $15 for each product featured.

These sponsored slots help to support the costs associated with bringing the newsletter to you each week.

To get the best value for your money, please choose your paid product submissions carefully. Choose a product that you are proud of with a clear cover design and positive feedback ratings.

Also, you can look at the conversion rate of that product in your TPT statistics. For each 100 views, how many sales do you typically get?

How do I make a payment if my paid product is featured?

Payment should be forwarded by Paypal to teachingtalking@gmail.com.

You will not receive an invoice so please only forward payment at the time that your paid product is featured.

What are the guidelines for submitting paid products?

By submitting my paid product, I agree to ALL of the following statements:

  • My product is free of copyright violations. (If you are unsure, read this informative post – Copyright & Trademark 101 by Natalie Snyders)
  • My product includes graphics credits.
  • My product has a cover page.
  • My product has a legible title. (With mobile media use on the rise, the newsletter is often read on a cell phone. Short, descriptive titles are viewed best on smaller devices.)

In short, paid product submissions should abide by the same guidelines as the free submissions, except they are not free and can be longer than 10 pages.

What are the guidelines for submitting blog posts?

There are no restrictions on the subject / length of blog posts only that they are related to the work / life of an SLP.

Timely blog posts (ex: beginning of the year / testing) don’t need to be new. If you have a blog post that did not receive the attention it deserved in previous years and you have revamped it, please feel free to submit it again.

What is the “Social Media Spotlight,” and how can I contribute?

This section is for anything related to SLPs on social media.

We feature articles and blog posts on all the main platforms. We also spotlight hashtags to follow, contests, and “how to” guides.

You can submit content for the “Social Media Spotlight” section in the “blog posts” form field here.

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~last updated 4/29/2016~