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What do briefs look like to members?
What do briefs look like to members?
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Written by Simma Baghbanbashi
Updated over a week ago

When you send Briefs to member, we will let them know that you are interested in working with them by sending an email from Aspire with a link to access their collaboration brief. Here is a quick peek at what the creator will receive from us:

You'll also have the option to send a personal email to further explain the project details and why you're excited to work with that creator.

When the creator opens the link to their briefs, they will see the following information:

  • Content guidelines for each post type you requested

  • Whether or not content approval is required

  • Due dates for each piece of content

  • What you're offering the creator (free product, payment, commission)

  • Content usage rights

  • And more!

If you're requesting for Instagram Insights or Influencer Allowlisting, the creator will also see the option to authorize their account. Please note, if you're requesting for an Instagram Story in your Briefs, Insights will be required by default.

Here's an example of what creators will see:

If you have Special Terms and Conditions, the checkbox would appear above the signature box.

Once the creator has reviewed the brief, they will enter their full name and digitally sign in the box provided, then click "Accept".

If they would like to propose changes to the briefs, they can click "Edit Briefs" to highlight the changes they would like to make, then send it back to your team for review.

πŸ“Œ Important: If you checked the box "Disallow creators from editing briefs" when sending briefs, the creator will not see the ability to edit briefs.

Once the briefs have been accepted, the creator will come back to this link to submit their content for review (if required) and set their content live.

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