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Manage Your Brand Program Invitations

After you complete your Marketplace Listing, you may start to receive program invitations from brands. You can manage these invitations on the Invites screen, sort them by various measures, view information about the brands, and review the contract terms of the programs to which you are invited.

Find and sort your invites

  1. From the top navigation bar, select angle-down-solid.svg [Drop-down menu] Brands → Invites.

    • Alternatively for Creator accounts, in the top navigation bar, select Discover → Invites.

  2. On the Invites screen, select long-arrow-alt-down-solid.svg [Sort] to indicate how you want your invitations ordered.

    • To reverse the sort order (e.g., to go from viewing the highest Sale Payout % to the lowest sale Payout %), first select the measure by which you want to view your invitations, then select that measure again. A downward-facing arrow represents a descending order (i.e., lowest number/latest date first), and an upward-facing arrow represents an ascending order (i.e., highest number/oldest date first).


Review an invitation's program terms

You can view a brand, review the information about their program's terms, and process an invitation.

  1. On your Invites screen, select one of the listed brands.

    • The brand's Brand Card will come up, enabling you to easily review information about the brand.

  2. Select Review Terms on the Brand Card

    • You can also hover over the row in which the brand appears, then select Review Terms at the end of the row.

  3. On the program proposal screen, review the terms of the program, then choose the response you want to make from the Actionscaret-down-solid.svg [Drop-down menu] in the upper-right corner of the screen. You can perform the following actions:

    • Accept
      Accept the invitation's proposed terms and join the brand's program.
    • Decline
      Reject the invitation's proposed terms.
    • Counter
      Suggest a new set of terms that would govern how you are paid out for driving actions for the program.
    • Download PDF
      Download a PDF file of the proposed terms.

    Note: Accepting, declining, or countering the invitation will remove it from the Invites screen.

Download invitations

You can download a CSV file with information about your invitations, but you cannot bulk update invitations at this time.

  1. To the left of a brand's logo, select square-regular.svg [Unchecked box]. Do this for all invitations you want to include in the CSV file.

    • If you want to download a CSV of all invitations, then under Invites, select square-regular.svg [Unchecked box] → Select all {number}.

  2. Under Invites, select download-solid.svg [Download] CSV.

    • View the File reference below to learn more about the information in the downloaded file.

    File reference

    Table Column


    Campaign Name

    The name of the program (formerly campaign) that you are invited to join.


    A legacy rating system.

    Partner Status

    Whether you would be a new or returning partner to the program.

    Received Date

    The date on which you received the invitation.

    Expiration Date

    The date on which the invitation expires.

    Deal Status

    Whether the invitation contains a new set of terms or a counter-proposal of terms.


    What you are paid out when you drive an action for the program.

    Performance Bonus

    Any additional bonuses you can receive for hitting a goal. If no such bonus exists, N/A will appear.

    Click Referral Period

    This column tells you when your click referral window expires.

    When a user clicks or interacts with promotional material that you show them, the Click Referral Period begins. The Referral period ends either once a conversion is made (e.g., a sale) or once a set period of time has passed. This period of time is called the Click Referral Period.

    Action Locking

    How long it will take for an action to lock after you're credited with driving it. Brands cannot modify or reverse actions once they are locked. Learn more about the action locking period.

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