Are you looking to submit a post to one of Park Slope Parents Listserves or Specialty Groups? Find the information here to get you started.
Be sure to familiarize yourself with the Park Slope Parents guide to Group Basics to give yourself an overview of where and relevant places you can post about a topic, issue, recommendation, referral requests, and more on the Park Slope Parents network!
In this section you will find information about how to post about:
(in alphabetical order)
If you are a commercial business looking for exciting ways to engage with PSP Members, visit our advertising section HERE.
Interested in contacting Park Slope Parents about research for an academic paper, research assignment or more? Read Park Slope Parents Academic Research Policy HERE.
Are you wanting to post anonymously? HERE are the guidelines and criteria.
Be sure to also review the most frequent anonymous requests and questions HERE.
PSP doesn't allow these types of posts. Please read PSP's policy HERE. The page also includes resources and more information.
For information about how to post a review to the PSP recommendations section, please go HERE.
If you have had a negative experience, please take a moment to read the PSP Negative Review policy HERE.
Any self promoting posts you submit about your business is considered advertising. For more information about how to advertise on Park Slope Parents, please go HERE.
Please note that Park Slope Parents does not allow posts of a commercial nature on our Specialty Groups (or any related social media groups). For more information about why, please go HERE.
We love it when members give a shout out to classes/businesses you love! However, don’t forward messages, though—write up your own message and provide a web link rather than forwarding a business’ newsletter or email. For more information about our recommendations policy please go HERE.
Posts for Market Research and Casting purposes are considered commercial posts. For information about advertising to the Park Slope Parents 5000+ community, please go HERE.
Thank you for expressing interest in advertising with Park Slope Parents! You can find the steps and instruction of placing a commercial post HERE.
To explore other exciting ways to engage with PSP Members, visit our advertising section HERE.
Please note that Park Slope Parents does not allow posts of a commercial nature on our Specialty Groups. For more information about why, please go HERE.
Are you trying to sell a crib or carseat? Read PSP's policy HERE about how to best sell them.
We are no longer posting "Curb Alerts" on Park Slope Parents due to reports that people have received hefty citations because of it. Read more about why PSP has stopped allowing Curb Alert posts HERE.
Park Slope Parents is pretty strict about allowing these kinds of posts as they can easily be interpreted as advertising bait - even if you mean well, are a nonprofit, and it's free. For more information, please go HERE.
Looking for where to donate stuff? Go HERE.
So you want to post about an Event.
Are you posting on behalf of a school or non-profit? If so, go HERE.
Is this an event the company you work for is organizing? This would be considered a Commercial Post. For information about advertising, go HERE.
We love that our members share information but we ask that members do so without forwarding ads, flyers or a newsletter. Find out more HERE.
While we’d love to help everyone we also want to be respectful of our members’ time by keeping the number of posts manageable and preserving the close-knit feel of the group. PSP asks that when possible friends (like the one you posted for) should become members themselves and experience first-hand the camaraderie and community that makes PSP a go to resource. Find out more HERE.
Park Slope Parents does not allow friends to post on behalf of freiends looking for a childcare. Find out more HERE.
Find information about how to start a pregnancy, parenting or mommy group HERE.
If you are a member of the press, please review the PSP Journalist Request Policy.
Posts about our Nanny’s are closely moderated. Please go HERE to read the steps and guidelines for recommending your Nanny on the PSP Classifieds List.
If you saw something that upset you, please review what Park Slope Parents says about these types of posts HERE.
to find out about how to post an ISO ad (with or without a nanny in mind), please go HERE.
Information about how to post for a non-profit can be found here.
Since OPEN SPOTS is information that can quickly change, we are moving these posts to the CLASSIFIEDS where information that becomes out-of-date lives (i.e., nannies get jobs, strollers are sold, sublets go off the market). If the business wants to advertise the open spot on the Advice list please tell them to contact Rachel at " target="_blank">advertising@parkslopeparents.
While we applaud your spirit of activism, though, we ask that people not post forwarded mass emails to the list unless they originated within Park Slope and pertain directly and specifically to our community. Given the large volume of causes circulating on the Internet at any given time, this is the only way we can prevent our members from being overwhelmed. Thanks for understanding.
For information about posting about a lost or found animal, please go HERE.
To post about real estate on the Classifieds, please find out HERE.
Read our schools. certified educaton institutions and religious organizations HERE.
To post about items you want to sell, please read our buying/ selling guidelines HERE.
To read about accessing your Specialty Group, please go HERE.
You can also find our more information on Club Express, where your specialty group is hosted, HERE.
Park Slope Parents posts neighbourhood Stoop Sales seasonally during the Spring and Summer months. A Stoop Sales Summary List goes up every Friday. If you want your stoop sale to be included in the list, then just post your stoop sale to the message board before noon on Friday, and it will be included.
Do you have a Tween/ Teen looking for work? Find out more information HERE about getting the word out there!