Advertise with PSP
This section covers all you need to know about advertising with Park Slope Parents, a multi-faceted parenting resource for families in Brooklyn, NYC. Your business can communicate with moms & dads in a variety of engaging platforms: from our community website to private message boards.
Interested in finding out more about a category banner? This section covers all you need to know: from placement options through to art specifications and more.
Run-of-Site Ads rotate throughout the site, so a run-of-site purchase means that members and readers will see your advertisement on all pages -- including recommendations for local services, advice on flying with children, pages advising new parents or expectant parents, and others.
Commercial Posts are broadcast to the Park Slope Parents Email Group, which reaches over 5000 Brooklyn parents each day.
Note: Advertisers do not receive preferential treatment when it comes to recommendations or reviews by our active and opinionated member parents.
Interested in the Park Slope Parents (PSP) Perks Program? Are you a local business looking to connect with the PSP Community of 5000 families? Consider becoming a Perks Provider!
Frequently Asked Questions About Advertising with Park Slope Parents
CONGRATULATIONS! Your business is listed on Park Slope Parents. Now it’s time for the fun stuff: add a longer description and a custom graphic to your Listing.
Park Slope Parents offers one dedicated email blast a week. These personalized, stand alone single advertiser messages reach over 5,000 engaged members.
Here are FAQs about posting for a non-profit.
Please note, there is a different process for posting if you are a local public school or religious organization. If you are you a local public school or a relgious organization? Information about how to post for a school or a religious organization can be found here.
If you are a non-profit, continue reading the below FAQs...
Throughout the year, Park Slope Parents send out a newsletter with a seasonal theme where we talk about happenings in the hood, the community, and link to apporpriate editorial content. Think things like back to school, Halloween events and safety, Thanksgiving, the holidays, summer travel, and more.