How to Use TPT’s Logo and Name
Thanks for your interest in using the TPT logo or name on your resources, blog, or other assets. We love all the ways that Teacher-Authors partner with us, and it’s so important that our trademarked logo and name are used in the right way!
Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts to follow:
- Use a high quality logo image file as supplied from the bottom of the Press Coverage page.
- Use the logo as it is without modification of its shape or color.
- Represent yourself! Make sure it’s completely clear that the item (resource, blog post, sticker, etc.) comes from you and not from TPT.
- Don’t cut, combine, or overlap the logo with other logos, words, or images.
- Don’t use the logo to represent yourself or include “TPT” in a title (podcast, blog, resource, social media account) that could appear that the item comes from TPT instead of from you (for instance “The TPT Podcast” or “TPT Morning Meeting”).
- Don’t say or imply that you’re a TPT employee (for instance on LinkedIn or applications for jobs or mortgages).
- Don’t make or use clip art that includes the TPT logo.
At the end of the day, it’s critically important, for us and for you, that TPT’s logo and name are used with care. We can’t advise you on a one-off basis, but we always recommend working with an IP lawyer when making important decisions about your brand and others.