Advertising in TCEA Publications
People are noticing TCEA’s publications for their great design, information, and content. Over 40,000 readers from around the world depend on TCEA’s bimonthly online newsletter, TechNotes, as their “edtech hack update.” TechEdge magazine, one of TCEA’s most popular offerings, is distributed in print and digital editions to over 16,000 TCEA members.
Make Sure Your Story Is Being Told.
Show your support for educators and tell your story with an ad in the TechNotes online newsletter and TechEdge magazine. Our readers are committed to enhancing their classrooms and campuses with technology, and they are ready to learn about your solutions.
Why Advertise in TechEdge?
TCEA’s quarterly magazine shares original content from educators and thought leaders on trending topics in each themed issue, which is distributed in print and digital editions every February, May, August, and November.
- TCEA’s quarterly magazine is read by educators and administrators who are deeply committed to integrating technology in education.
- Send your message to over 16,000 TCEA members.
- Reach 90% of Technology Directors from Texas schools.
TCEA’s bimonthly online newsletter is packed with timely information, tips and tricks, and recommended tools that can save you time and enhance learning for your students.
- TCEA’s bimonthly online newsletter, TechNotes, features information on current events, national education news, contest results, technology integration, great teaching, and more.
- Circulation: Bimonthly, 20,000 subscribers
Each issue of the TechNotes newsletter offers one sponsorship opportunity. Your exclusive banner ad offers enormous value and visibility. These ads sell out quickly, especially in the months before the TCEA Convention & Exposition. Plan yours now.
Specs: 608 px by 160 px
Ad Specs and Insertion Order
For a complete guide to advertising in TechEdge and TechNotes publications, please download the advertising guidelines pdf. It contains all the ad specifications, pricing, and insertion order.
“Inside Front Cover” and “Outside Back Cover” ads are subject to availability.
All ads, except the Inside Front Cover and Outside Back Cover ads, will be placed at the discretion of the publisher based on the length and content of the articles contained within TechEdge.
All advertisements will appear in both the print and digital editions of TechEdge. The digital edition will contain a hyperlink to your website or another URL provided to the TechEdge publication team.
Digital edition branding opportunities will not appear in the print version of the magazine.
All artwork must adhere to the sizing and file requirements listed on the following page.
Additional charges may incur for artwork, typesetting, file alterations, color profile changes, or file changes needed for proper print production.
All ads must be sent to Alexis Cline (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the due date given to the advertiser. It is the responsibility of the advertiser to send the ad on or before the due date. If the ad is not sent in by the due date, that advertiser runs the risk of losing their ad space. No refunds will be given to the advertiser if the artwork is not published because it is not received before TechEdge is sent to press.
The following hi-res file types are acceptable:
PDF, EPS, TIFF, and JPG.
All artwork must be supplied at 300 DPI. Images from the web or created for digital content are not suitable for printing.
All color artwork must be in CMYK mode.
RGB files will not be accepted and will be converted to CMYK. PMS Colors will be converted to CMYK.
Full page ads must include a .125″ bleed.
Please do not include crop marks, registration marks, or any printer’s marks on final artwork.
All files must be 72 dpi and saved in RGB mode. Please make sure all files are at the proper size. Any size discrepancies could result in the failure to run the ad.
If providing an EPS or layered TIFF file, please outline all fonts that appear in the ad. TCEA is not responsible for the appearance of fonts that are not properly embedded or outlined.
In order to improve our records of advertiser’s artwork, please use the following naming convention for all artwork sent to the TechEdge publication department: year_issue_your company name_techedge_ad (example: 2015_nov_teaching-inc_techedge_ad.pdf)