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Join Creator Campaigns

Find & Join Creator Campaigns

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You can browse and apply to eligible brand campaigns or get invited by brands to join campaigns.

Note

Before joining or accepting to join a campaign, you can view and negotiate the compensation, usage rights, and tasks.

Join eligible campaigns

  1. From the top navigation menu, select Brands angle-down-solid.svg [Drop menu]Find Campaigns.

    You don't see the Find Campaigns button?

    This feature is only available to partner users who have the Creator business model and have connected a social media account with over 1000 followers. If this description matches you, reach out to support for help with getting access. Alternatively, view our article on Campaigns Explained for Creators.

  2. Select the Eligible tab.

    • Here, you can view a list of campaigns that are a good fit based on what brands are looking for and whether your profile attributes like gender, audience size, location, etc. match.

  3. Hover over a campaign for which you want to apply and select Apply.

    • Optionally, select the campaign to review all of the campaign details.

      • Dates

      • Tasks

      • Compensation

      • Moodboard

      • Content guidelines

  4. View your compensation rate for the campaign and provide a short motivation for why you want to work on the campaign.

  5. Select Continue.

  6. Select that you have read, understood, acknowledged, and accepted the campaign's template terms, then select Apply.

    • If a brand opts for creator bids, it is mandatory to specify your compensation, timeline, tasks, or usage rights. Select Provide your rate to negotiate those items.

      • To negotiate timelines, tasks, or usage rights (if applicable) you need to also remove or amend them manually before you re-submit the proposal.

    • Once the bid process starts the application moves into negotiation and you can continue countering until an agreement is reached.

    What should I look out for in a contract?

    Once you apply to work on a brand's campaign, you'll be accepting the brand's contract. Be sure to read through the terms carefully as it specifies essential details such as payment timelines and other specified business terms. Here's a guide to some of the terms you might see and what they mean for you as the creator:

    Term

    Description

    Action locking

    This is the period after an action is tracked and when a brand needs to confirm the payment for that action.

    Pay Creator

    This option enables the brand to pay you once all the tasks are complete and the content is live.

    Payment Scheduling

    The amount of time between when an action locks and when you are paid out for driving the action. Brands can choose to schedule payments for locked actions at a later time than when they became locked.

    Statement of Work (SoW)

    Once you start working on a specific campaign, you will accept the brand's SOW. The SOW specifies your deliverables, such as the type of content and the platform you will post it on, and compensation for these deliverables. Every campaign you work on has a SoW.

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Note

You'll receive an email and in-app notification when the brand accepts or rejects your application.

Join invited campaigns

  1. From the top navigation menu, select Brands angle-down-solid.svg [Drop menu]Find Campaigns.

  2. Select the Invited tab.

  3. Hover over a campaign for which you want to apply and select View Proposal.

    • Optionally, select the campaign to review all of the campaign details.

      • Dates

      • Tasks

      • Compensation

      • Moodboard

      • Content guidelines

  4. Review the campaign's proposal and select Accept.

    • If a brand opts for creator bids, it is mandatory to specify your compensation, timeline, tasks, or usage rights. Select Provide your rate to negotiate those items.

      • To negotiate timelines, tasks, or usage rights (if applicable) you need to also remove or amend them manually before you re-submit the proposal.

    • Once the bid process starts the application moves into negotiation and you can continue countering until an agreement is reached.

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Note

You will also receive an email invitation when a brand invites you to a campaign from where you can join the campaign.

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