Contracts in impact.com allow brands to establish the terms of their partnerships with partners. When you receive a contract proposal from a brand or are applying to join a program, you should understand what you are signing up for. Carefully review a contract proposal before accepting the terms.
All contracts within impact.com require you to agree to the Impact Master Campaign Agreement, which defines your relationship with impact.com, and are legally binding documents when agreed to.
From the top navigation menu, select Brands → My Brands.
Find the relevant brand and select the brand's tile.
From the slideout, select More [Drop-down menu] → View and Manage Contract.
Refer to the contract sections below to learn more about a contract's details.
The payout details section of your contract can include information about the specified payout type, including payout amount, restrictions, and limits.
The amount the brand will pay you per sale, sign-up, installation, impression, or other actions you drive. This amount can either be a fixed amount or a percentage of the sale.
Payout groups change the default payout if an action characteristic matches a specific condition set.
Payout restrictions will stop an action from generating a payout if an action characteristic matches a specific condition set.
Brands can set a limit to the number of actions that can generate a payout or just set a total payout limit for a given period.
This is the period (in days and months) after an action is tracked that you can query the action, and the brand can modify or reverse the action.
The date on which locked actions will be invoiced.
Brands can choose to schedule payments for locked actions at a later time than when they became locked.
See the Payout scheduling reference section below for more information on how this works.
Pay actions on the [x] of the month after they locked
All actions that were locked in a given locking window will be paid out on a set date in the month after they were locked.
Actions that are locked on February 15th will be paid out to you on a set date in March
Pay actions [x] day(s) after they locked
All actions that were locked in a given locking window will be paid out a set number of days after they were locked.
Actions that are locked on February 15th will be paid out a chosen number of days after February 15th.
Pay actions [x] month(s) and [x] days after they lock
All actions that were locked in a given locking window will be paid out a set number of months and days after they were locked.
Actions that are locked on February 15th will be paid out a chosen number of months and days after February 15th.
The general terms of a contract are custom terms set by brands that apply across the entire contract. Below are some of the more commonly used general terms.
The currency in which the brand will pay you. If you’ve set a different currency in your company information, the currency may be exchanged.
Change Notice Period
The notice period that the brand must give you before changing or canceling the contract.
The policy by which the brand may reverse actions driven by you.
Media Partner Tracking Pixel
Indicates whether the brand allows you to place a partner piggyback pixel on their confirmation page or not.
To use pixels, these requirements must be met: