When you are ready to move forward with a creator, you are going to want to propose terms to them and kick off the negotiation process.

To propose a digital term sheet with a creator, go to the Manage tab and click into the relationship with the creator. 

Select the Propose Terms option.  

You will then select what type of content you wish to receive from the creator and start creating the Collaboration Terms. You can request as many or as few pieces of content as you want, from Instagram posts, Instagram Stories, Youtube videos, or just additional content for your marketing team to repurpose across your various channels. 

Collaboration Terms are all of the guidelines the creator must follow in order to post content for your brand. Your brand will create its own guidelines based on what your brand wants out of the campaign. This will include content concepts, talking points, post instructions, deadline, payment, etc. - as specified when you initially created your campaign.

 

As you scroll down the Collaboration Terms page, you can check or uncheck a box to decide whether the “Content must be submitted for review before being posted.” You can read more about the content review tool here.

Now that you know exactly what type of content you want the influencer to create, specify how much you will pay the creator in the Payment section. Although it is highly recommended to pay all creators per collaboration, if you are planning on not paying - enter $0 in the field. 

Last but not least, specify the permissions you are requesting from the influencer for the content being created. This will allow your marketing team to repurpose the content as needed. For permissions, you can use the default language provided by AspireIQ, or add your own for the content repurposing rights. 

 

After you have gone through all the Collaboration Terms you wish to set, click "Propose Terms" at the very bottom of the page, and a personal message with your brand's exact Collaboration Terms will be sent to the creator.

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