1 44000223462 2019-04-05T15:19:04-04:00 44000879245 false Managing Content Workflow 4 2020-12-09T11:51:07-05:00 1 1 2019-04-05T15:21:09-04:00 0 0 Once a Creator has submitted their content, you will be able to send them revisions directly in the platform. If you would like to download the Creator's content for review by an external team please see this article. 1. Locate the Project that has bids under the Ready for Review tab and select the number under this tab.  2. From here you will be taken to the Draft Review tab, where you can view the Creator's submitted content. On this tab you will also be able to view the Cost, Due Date, Publish Date, and Requirements.  3. When reviewing the Creator's content you can toggle between the Content and your requirements to make sure everything has been included in their post. If you would like them to make changes, select the icon and then click Revise Content.  4. A pop-up will appear where you can suggest your revisions to the Creator. Enter your revisions in the box provided and click Submit Revision. Note: If the Creator submitted several photos and you would like them to only post one or some of them, this is where you would want to ask them to change that and resend to you for approval with only the chosen photo(s). 5. The offer will move to the Waiting For Revision state under your Outline tab.  <p>Once a Creator has submitted their content, you will be able to send them revisions directly in the platform. If you would like to download the Creator's content for review by an external team please see this <a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001256787-unity-" rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">article</a>.</p><p>1. Locate the Project that has bids under the Ready for Review tab and select the number under this tab. </p><p>2. From here you will be taken to the Draft Review tab, where you can view the Creator's submitted content. On this tab you will also be able to view the Cost, Due Date, Publish Date, and Requirements. </p><p>3. When reviewing the Creator's content you can toggle between the Content and your requirements to make sure everything has been included in their post. If you would like them to make changes, select the <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043016458952/original/Cqtp1C0Fe7SrMg22ENznuFqlRq_-KHgMVQ.jpg?1554493143" class="fr-fic fr-dii" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043016458952/original/Cqtp1C0Fe7SrMg22ENznuFqlRq_-KHgMVQ.jpg?1554493143" data-fileid="2043016458952" data-uniquekey="1554492865338"> icon and then click <em><strong>Revise Content</strong></em>. </p><p>4. A pop-up will appear where you can suggest your revisions to the Creator. Enter your revisions in the box provided and click <strong><em>Submit Revision</em></strong>. Note: If the Creator submitted several photos and you would like them to only post one or some of them, this is where you would want to ask them to change that and resend to you for approval with only the chosen photo(s).</p><p>5. The offer will move to the Waiting For Revision state under your Outline tab. </p> 44000879245 87 44001256535 2020-07-24T11:38:52-04:00 2043019438418 1 2 0 0 Unity Workflow - Submitting Revisions For Creator Content 2020-07-24T11:38:52-04:00 2043019438418 1 2019-08-02T11:04:44-04:00 0 0 When reviewing Content, you have the ability to make Annotations directly on the Creator's submitted content. This article will help walk you through using the Annotation Tool to request changes. 1. Locate and select the Campaign where the offers are housed from the Marketer Dashboard and click on the highlighted number under Ready for Review.   2. From here you will be taken to the Campaign Dashboard. Locate the Project with the content notification under the Ready for Review column and select the highlighted number.  3. You will then be taken to the Draft Review screen. Choose which piece of content you would like to review by clicking on the Name of the Connection.  4. From the Draft Review screen you will also be able to see the Creator's submitted content in its entirety as well as the following information: Final Cost of the content Due Date Creator's selected publish date Version of the content you are currently reviewing. The Version is the number of times the content has been submitted for review. 5. To start revising the Creator's content you will need to select Needs Revision and then Next.  6. In order to leave an annotation, simply highlight the text or image in the Creator's content and an Annotations box will appear where you are able to add your feedback. Once you have added your feedback select, Comment.  7. As you add multiple annotations, they will stack on the right-hand side of the content.  8. If you need to edit or delete an Annotation or comment, select the icon and choose one of the options provided. If you choose to delete the Annotation in its entirety you will receive a pop-up confirming that you would like delete the Annotation. If you are sure you would like it delete select, Yes, Delete Annotation. 9. Once all of your Annotations have been added, select Next. Then select Revise Content which will prompt a box to include general revision feedback to the Creator. Click Submit to send your feedback to the Creator.  10. After your revision has been sent back to the Creator it will move to the Waiting For Revision status under your Outline.  <p data-identifyelement="468" dir="ltr">When reviewing Content, you have the ability to make Annotations directly on the Creator's submitted content. This article will help walk you through using the Annotation Tool to request changes.</p><p data-identifyelement="469">1. Locate and select the Campaign where the offers are housed from the Marketer Dashboard and click on the highlighted number under<strong><em> Ready for Review</em></strong>.  </p><p data-identifyelement="470"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043108658387/original/y6wZl7oYvojalTOvYRIDjKTan004ha8E8w.jpg?1588967898" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043108658387" data-identifyelement="471"></p><p data-identifyelement="472"><br data-identifyelement="473"></p><p data-identifyelement="474">2. From here you will be taken to the Campaign Dashboard. Locate the Project with the content notification under the Ready for Review column and select the highlighted number. </p><p data-identifyelement="475"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043108655251/original/fleXiM1yT14XgUo9rA4n7CUDGiZXK7aUjQ.jpg?1588966878" style="width: auto;" class="fr-dib fr-fil" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043108655251" data-identifyelement="476"></p><p data-identifyelement="477"><br data-identifyelement="478"></p><p data-identifyelement="479">3. You will then be taken to the Draft Review screen. Choose which piece of content you would like to review by clicking on the <strong data-identifyelement="480"><em data-identifyelement="481">Name</em></strong> of the Connection. </p><p data-identifyelement="482"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043108659717/original/dH_r41lFf1PK_2w-wh14oTRDOS1O5lCSpA.jpg?1588968343" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043108659717" data-identifyelement="483"></p><p data-identifyelement="484"><br data-identifyelement="485"></p><p data-identifyelement="486">4. From the Draft Review screen you will also be able to see the Creator's submitted content in its entirety as well as the following information:</p><ul data-identifyelement="487"><li data-identifyelement="488">Final Cost of the content</li><li data-identifyelement="489">Due Date</li><li data-identifyelement="490">Creator's selected publish date</li><li data-identifyelement="491">Version of the content you are currently reviewing. The Version is the number of times the content has been submitted for review.</li></ul><p><br></p><p data-identifyelement="492"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043108662173/original/eND-9Ihv-37fLAgJkETKlyQNHIIdoDr5gQ.jpg?1588969100" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043108662173" data-identifyelement="493"></p><p data-identifyelement="494">5. To start revising the Creator's content you will need to select <em><strong>Needs Revision</strong></em> and then <em><strong>Next</strong></em>. </p><p data-identifyelement="494"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043109802025/original/7MvxiL_Rbyk6XRwpzd7P2FbZ-OPU8ALw8w.jpg?1589397146" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043109802025"></p><p data-identifyelement="494"><br></p><p data-identifyelement="495">6. In order to leave an annotation, simply highlight the text or image in the Creator's content and an Annotations box will appear where you are able to add your feedback. Once you have added your feedback select, <strong data-identifyelement="496"><em data-identifyelement="497">Comment</em></strong>. </p><p data-identifyelement="498"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037827824/original/tb1hCdEO-fYkuE1Dj9phKldDzQQpey88LA.jpg?1564758456" class="fr-fic fr-dib fr-fil" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037827824/original/tb1hCdEO-fYkuE1Dj9phKldDzQQpey88LA.jpg?1564758456" data-fileid="2043037827824" data-uniquekey="1564758307181" data-identifyelement="499"></p><p data-identifyelement="500">7. As you add multiple annotations, they will stack on the right-hand side of the content. </p><p data-identifyelement="501"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037827898/original/4hV5lOyoy9T5K-4rPKEea_OmbSh2_hHopA.jpg?1564758477" class="fr-fic fr-dib fr-fil" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037827898/original/4hV5lOyoy9T5K-4rPKEea_OmbSh2_hHopA.jpg?1564758477" data-fileid="2043037827898" data-uniquekey="1564758307181" data-identifyelement="502"></p><p data-identifyelement="503">8. If you need to edit or delete an Annotation or comment, select the <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037823014/original/K8gnn45YlyL5WzzW8lJhAuOKtVCt3kW_Iw.jpg?1564757430" class="fr-fic fr-dii" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037823014/original/K8gnn45YlyL5WzzW8lJhAuOKtVCt3kW_Iw.jpg?1564757430" data-fileid="2043037823014" data-uniquekey="1564754487048" data-identifyelement="504"> icon and choose one of the options provided. If you choose to delete the Annotation in its entirety you will receive a pop-up confirming that you would like delete the Annotation. If you are sure you would like it delete select, <strong data-identifyelement="505"><em data-identifyelement="506">Yes, Delete Annotation</em></strong>.</p><p data-identifyelement="507"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828072/original/lgj1P-uWY3jkPySJOK2JDkoN2eLArKQXnA.jpg?1564758518" class="fr-fic fr-dib fr-fil" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828072/original/lgj1P-uWY3jkPySJOK2JDkoN2eLArKQXnA.jpg?1564758518" data-fileid="2043037828072" data-uniquekey="1564758307181" data-identifyelement="508"></p><p data-identifyelement="509"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828289/original/fpoQ2syRGzp-chGoqtA3sIsRqnfsJmAYcQ.jpg?1564758548" class="fr-fic fr-dib fr-fil" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828289/original/fpoQ2syRGzp-chGoqtA3sIsRqnfsJmAYcQ.jpg?1564758548" data-fileid="2043037828289" data-uniquekey="1564758307181" data-identifyelement="510"></p><p data-identifyelement="511">9. Once all of your Annotations have been added, select <strong><em>Next</em></strong>. Then select <em data-identifyelement="513"><strong data-identifyelement="514">Revise Content</strong></em> which will prompt a box to include general revision feedback to the Creator. Click <strong data-identifyelement="515"><em data-identifyelement="516">Submit</em></strong> to send your feedback to the Creator. </p><p data-identifyelement="517"><br></p><p data-identifyelement="519"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828455/original/hwN68dKcOaQAa2R9lyhZaI4BaI6d9X1IFw.jpg?1564758586" class="fr-fic fr-dib fr-fil" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043037828455/original/hwN68dKcOaQAa2R9lyhZaI4BaI6d9X1IFw.jpg?1564758586" data-fileid="2043037828455" data-uniquekey="1564758307181" data-identifyelement="520"></p><p data-identifyelement="521">10. After your revision has been sent back to the Creator it will move to the Waiting For Revision status under your Outline. </p><p data-identifyelement="522"><br data-identifyelement="523"></p> 44000879245 49 44001776990 2021-01-08T15:03:56-05:00 2043044474784 2 2 0 0 Unity Workflow - Revising Content With Annotations 2021-01-08T15:03:56-05:00 2043019438418 1 2019-04-05T15:57:52-04:00 0 0 If you would like to download a Creator's content for review by an external team you may do so in a few simple steps.  Note: This content, and any modification thereto, is owned in full by the creator engaged to provide services, and no rights or licenses of any kind are transferred. This content may not be used for commercial purposes, published, or distributed without the consent of the copyright owner. Downloading Individual Creator Content  1. Locate the Project that has Content under the Ready for Review tab and select the number under this tab.  2. From here you will be taken to the Draft Review tab, where you can view the Creator's submitted content. On this tab you will also be able to view the Cost, Due Date, Publish Date, and Requirements.  3. Select the downloadicon next to Approve Content. A download of the Creators content and image files will be transferred to your desktop. Bulk Downloading Creator Content  1. Locate the Project that has Content under the Ready for Review tab and navigate to this Project by selecting the Project name. 2. From here you will be taken to the Outline tab, where you can view all of the Creators who currently have accepted Offers for your Project.  3. Navigate to the icon next to Create Offer in the upper right-hand corner and select Download Drafts.  4. Drafts of the Creator's content and image files will be transferred to your desktop.  <p>If you would like to download a Creator's content for review by an external team you may do so in a few simple steps. </p><p><em>Note: This content, and any modification thereto, is owned in full by the creator engaged to provide services, and no rights or licenses of any kind are transferred. This content may not be used for commercial purposes, published, or distributed without the consent of the copyright owner.</em></p><p><strong>Downloading Individual Creator Content </strong></p><p>1. Locate the Project that has Content under the Ready for Review tab and select the number under this tab. </p><p>2. From here you will be taken to the Draft Review tab, where you can view the Creator's submitted content. On this tab you will also be able to view the Cost, Due Date, Publish Date, and Requirements. </p><p>3. Select the download<img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043017321068/original/4YwzNGSIAUGsUUdPr-L29WOB8cs7NgJsbQ.jpg?1555005997" class="fr-fic fr-dii" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043017321068/original/4YwzNGSIAUGsUUdPr-L29WOB8cs7NgJsbQ.jpg?1555005997" data-fileid="2043017321068" data-uniquekey="1555005900203">icon next to Approve Content. A download of the Creators content and image files will be transferred to your desktop.</p><p><strong>Bulk Downloading Creator Content </strong></p><p>1. Locate the Project that has Content under the Ready for Review tab and navigate to this Project by selecting the Project name.</p><p>2. From here you will be taken to the Outline tab, where you can view all of the Creators who currently have accepted Offers for your Project. </p><p>3. Navigate to the<img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043061012133/original/lJolhwycodZ91b3MBxS5XfOwVSp2KJEkYA.png?1572967300" data-fileid="2043016421713" style='box-sizing: border-box; border: 0px; max-width: calc(100% - 10px); color: rgb(24, 50, 71); font-family: -apple-system, system-ui, "Segoe UI", Roboto, "Helvetica Neue", Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; font-weight: 400; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px;' data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043061012133" class="fr-fic fr-dii"> icon next to Create Offer in the upper right-hand corner and select <em><strong>Download Drafts</strong></em>. </p><p>4. Drafts of the Creator's content and image files will be transferred to your desktop. </p><p><br></p> 44000879245 70 44001256787 2020-07-24T11:39:02-04:00 2043019438418 3 2 0 0 Unity Workflow - Downloading Creator Content For Revisions 2021-01-08T15:02:01-05:00 2043019438418 1 2019-04-05T16:24:56-04:00 0 0 After a Creator submits their draft content in the system, you will have the option to either request revisions, renegotiate, or accept their content by approving their draft. This article will walk you through approving Creator content in the system.  1. From your Campaign, locate and select your Project. 2. Once in your Project, you will be taken to the Outline tab, where you will see the list of Creators who have accepted Offers.  3. You can click the arrow to the left of the Creator's name to expand and view the Units in their Offer, or you can click the toggle at the top of the list to Expand All which will expand the Units for all Creators on this page. 4. Units that have draft content awaiting your review will have a yellow status of Ready For Review. To review the Creator's draft, click on the name of the Unit to the left of the yellow status. 5. Alternatively, you can navigate to the Draft Review tab of your Project to see the list of all Units that are Ready For Review and select the Units from there. 6. Once you have selected the Unit you wish to review, you will see the Creator's submitted draft content, including their media. If the Creator has submitted multiple pieces of media and you only want them to post one or certain pieces of media, please be sure to revise their offer now. This will ensure that the system will accept their live link when they go to submit it.  7. When reviewing the Creator's content, you can compare it to the requirements you laid out by toggling between the Details and Elements tabs below to make sure everything has been included in their post. 8. If everything looks correct select Approve Content and then click Next.9. A window will appear confirming that you would like to approve the draft content, click Approve Content.  10. That's it! Once you have approved all Units within an Offer, the Unit statuses will change to Pending Creator Publish (which you can view from the Outline tab) and the Creators will just need to submit their live links/posted content to complete the workflow. If at that point you need to Manually Verify their submissions, the following articles will help you with how to do that: Unity Workflow - Manually Verifying Link Submission Unity Workflow - Instagram Story Verification <p>After a Creator submits their draft content in the system, you will have the option to either <a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001256535-unity-projects-submitting-revisions-for-creator-content-" rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank">request revisions</a>, <a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001821944-unity-workflow-renegotiation-post-offer-flexibility" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">renegotiate</a>, or accept their content by approving their draft. This article will walk you through approving Creator content in the system. </p><p>1. From your Campaign, locate and select your <strong><em>Project</em></strong>.</p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181628542/original/iTrJckezrgMwcUqU_y-98YBF90fercpWBg.png?1610132944" style="width: 317px;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181628542"></p><p>2. Once in your Project, you will be taken to the <strong><em>Outline</em></strong> tab, where you will see the list of Creators who have accepted Offers. <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181629228/original/j-bsp7T8-v3bVPpxgM3ZUSNJInWKWEuzZg.png?1610133119" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181629228"></p><p>3. You can click the arrow to the left of the Creator's name to expand and view the Units in their Offer, or you can click the toggle at the top of the list to <strong><em>Expand All </em></strong>which will expand the Units for all Creators on this page.</p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181629652/original/IGkz9VOqd1w5MO5-NnDXM5ZRPhyeEwOgCA.png?1610133212" style="width: 365px;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181629652"></p><p>4. Units that have draft content awaiting your review will have a yellow status of <strong><em>Ready For Review.</em></strong> To review the Creator's draft, click on the name of the Unit to the left of the yellow status.</p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181631834/original/NbabmJseixCTm3uxuToKZBW2jfJOUDvnPA.png?1610133774" style="width: 458px;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181631834"></p><p>5. Alternatively, you can navigate to the <strong><em>Draft Review</em></strong> tab of your Project to see the list of all Units that are <strong><em>Ready For Review </em></strong>and select the Units from there.</p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181656149/original/F34birNR016RgibplzWb12JWPzM199MkDA.png?1610139983" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181656149"></p><p>6. Once you have selected the Unit you wish to review, you will see the Creator's submitted draft content, including their media. If the Creator has submitted multiple pieces of media and you only want them to post one or certain pieces of media, please be sure to <a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001256535-unity-projects-submitting-revisions-for-creator-content-" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">revise</a> their offer now. This will ensure that the system will accept their live link when they go to submit it. <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181634055/original/OUe1iSnE_BlHcUtQUuVVVF47KILvHzVmbA.png?1610134362" style="width: 444px;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181634055"></p><p>7. When reviewing the Creator's content, you can compare it to the requirements you laid out by toggling between the <strong><em>Details</em></strong> and <strong><em>Elements</em></strong> tabs below to make sure everything has been included in their post.</p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181634342/original/vuAOYELHKcD2v9jK-1CT3Si2pISvYpadyw.png?1610134439" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181634342"></p><p>8. If everything looks correct select<em><strong> Approve Content </strong></em>and then click <em><strong>Next.</strong></em><em><strong><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181634846/original/JAJHAADvMN2UJgzHq9YwbdgI0XpmRMvfXg.png?1610134563" style="width: auto;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181634846"></strong></em>9. A window will appear confirming that you would like to approve the draft content, click <em><strong>A</strong></em><strong><em><strong><em>pprove</em></strong> Content</em></strong>. </p><p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/2043181658152/original/9gdZIRxARj--IOMHyqUe-J2fIKq02qyEgA.png?1610140612" style="width: 442px;" class="fr-fil fr-dib" data-attachment="[object Object]" data-id="2043181658152"></p><p>10. That's it! Once you have approved all Units within an Offer, the Unit statuses will change to <strong><em>Pending Creator Publish</em></strong> (which you can view from the <strong><em>Outline</em></strong> tab) and the Creators will just need to submit their live links/posted content to complete the workflow. If at that point you need to Manually Verify their submissions, the following articles will help you with how to do that:</p><p><a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001961120-unity-workflow-manually-verifying-link-submission" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Unity Workflow - Manually Verifying Link Submission</a></p><p><a href="https://marketers.izea.com/support/solutions/articles/44001967011-unity-workflow-instagram-story-verification" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">Unity Workflow - Instagram Story Verification</a></p> 44000879245 81 44001257027 2021-01-08T16:25:57-05:00 2043044474784 4 2 0 0 Unity Workflow - Approving Creator Draft Content 2021-01-08T16:25:57-05:00 2043044474784 1 2019-01-18T10:33:12-05:00 0 0 We have created disclosure automation technology that helps ensure compliance with the FTC’s .com disclosure guidelines. The software programmatically inserts disclosure into Status Updates, Blog posts, Photo posts and Video posts in a way that is clear and transparent for consumers. The specific disclosure type is chosen by you while creating your content. Creators and Brands/Agencies are each responsible for complying with FTC guidelines when creating and publishing content. Below is a simplified list of the requirements for each of the Opportunities offered in the system.  Blog Post Disclosure Options For blog posts, the disclosure must appear at the beginning of the post before any of the content, but below the header of the piece. You will have the option to select one of the following disclosure types to include: "This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name* for The Partner. All opinions are 100% mine." "This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name*. All opinions are 100% mine. " Twitter Disclosure Options You will craft your Tweets inside the platform. You are then able to choose a disclosure from one of three different disclosure styles which may appear at either the beginning or at the end of your content, before the required link.   #ad AD: #sponsored Facebook Disclosure Options For Facebook Status Updates and Photos (“posts”), only the first 400 characters of text will appear before the See More button. The disclosure must appear before this button in the your post. Posts must also include the Facebook Handshake tool, which can be programmatically set up in your Facebook Opportunity. The Facebook Handshake tool is not a substitute for required FTC disclosure.  Posts will include the following disclosure, without option: #ad AD: #sponsored Video Disclosure Options For captions or descriptions, only the first 180 characters of text will appear before the Show More button. The disclosure must appear before this button. Marketers will be asked to include the credit that they provide you in your Video. It will be in the form of text (pre-roll or overlay) or verbally mentioned and you will provided with a timestamp where the disclosure can be found.  Pre-roll: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will insert a brief (5-10 second) still image or title card with the text “This video is sponsored by *Brand Name* ." Overlay:  Creator will overlay the lower third of the image/frame with the text “This video brought to you by *Brand Name* ." which must remain up throughout the video. Verbal: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will clearly speak the disclosure, inserting the brand name. For example: “This video is sponsored by *Brand Name*."  Instagram Disclosure Options For posts, in the your feed, only the first three lines of a caption will be displayed or the first 126 characters. The disclosure must appear before the Morebutton in your post. You will have the option to select one of the following disclosure types to include in the Photo description:  #ad AD: #sponsored For Instagram Stories, Marketers must utilize a banner disclosing that the images are sponsored or are an #ad. The banner may be placed in the lower third of the image to comply with disclosure requirements, in addition to the disclosure appearing in the description of the Photo for single Instagram Photos with captions:  General Guidance Hashtags  Disclosure should appear before hashtags at the end of the caption so that it is clear and conspicuous Disclosure can go after hashtags in your content as long as it is easily identifiable and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command Mentions   Disclosure should appear before mentions at the end of the caption so that it is clear and conspicuous Disclosure can go after mentions in your content as long as it is easily identifiable and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command URLs  Disclosure must always appear before URLs If a you includes a URL in your content, the disclosure must be at the beginning of the content If your content does not include a URL, disclosure can go after the content as long as it is before any system added URL, it is clear and conspicuous, and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command Disclosure cannot be placed after URLs Product Sampling For all product sampling Campaigns, you must disclose that they received the product(s) free of charge from the brand. <p>We have created disclosure automation technology that helps ensure compliance with the <a href="https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/native-advertising-guide-businesses" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">FTC’s .com disclosure guidelines</a>. The software programmatically inserts disclosure into Status Updates, Blog posts, Photo posts and Video posts in a way that is clear and transparent for consumers. The specific disclosure type is chosen by you while creating your content. Creators and Brands/Agencies are each responsible for complying with FTC guidelines when creating and publishing content. Below is a simplified list of the requirements for each of the Opportunities offered in the system. </p><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Blog Post Disclosure Options</strong></h4><p>For blog posts, the disclosure must appear at the beginning of the post before any of the content, but below the header of the piece. You will have the option to select one of the following disclosure types to include:</p><ul><li>"This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name* for The Partner. All opinions are 100% mine."</li><li>"This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name*. All opinions are 100% mine. "</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Twitter Disclosure Options</strong></h4><p>You will craft your Tweets inside the platform. You are then able to choose a disclosure from one of three different disclosure styles which may appear at either the beginning or at the end of your content, before the required link.  </p><ul><li>#ad</li><li>AD:</li><li>#sponsored</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Facebook Disclosure Options</strong></h4><p>For Facebook Status Updates and Photos (“posts”), only the first 400 characters of text will appear before the <em>See More</em> button. The disclosure must appear before this button in the your post. Posts must also include the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/business/help/788160621327601/?helpref=hc_fnav&amp;bc%5B0%5D=AHCv1&amp;bc%5B1%5D=Ads%20Help&amp;bc%5B2%5D=Direct%20Response%20%26%20Brand%20Advertising&amp;bc%5B3%5D=Brand%20Advertising" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Facebook Handshake</a> tool, which can be programmatically set up in your Facebook Opportunity. The Facebook Handshake tool is not a substitute for required FTC disclosure.  Posts will include the following disclosure, without option:</p><ul><li>#ad</li><li>AD:</li><li>#sponsored</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Video Disclosure Options</strong></h4><p>For captions or descriptions, only the first 180 characters of text will appear before the <em>Show More</em> button. The disclosure must appear before this button. Marketers will be asked to include the credit that they provide you in your Video. It will be in the form of text (pre-roll or overlay) or verbally mentioned and you will provided with a timestamp where the disclosure can be found. </p><ul><li>Pre-roll: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will insert a brief (5-10 second) still image or title card with the text “This video is sponsored by *Brand Name* ."</li><li>Overlay:  Creator will overlay the lower third of the image/frame with the text “This video brought to you by *Brand Name* ." which must remain up throughout the video.</li><li>Verbal: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will clearly speak the disclosure, inserting the brand name. For example: “This video is sponsored by *Brand Name*." </li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Instagram Disclosure Options</strong></h4><p>For posts, in the your feed, only the first three lines of a caption will be displayed or the first 126 characters. The disclosure must appear before the <em>More</em>button in your post. You will have the option to select one of the following disclosure types to include in the Photo description: </p><ul><li>#ad</li><li>AD:</li><li>#sponsored</li></ul><p>For Instagram Stories, Marketers must utilize a banner disclosing that the images are sponsored or are an #ad. The banner may be placed in the lower third of the image to comply with disclosure requirements, in addition to the disclosure appearing in the description of the Photo for single Instagram Photos with captions: </p><p><img src="https://downloads.intercomcdn.com/i/o/73088875/48de4b39fc80d11084969ece/M42OHYKEHlUffuyGwbcaPEpnW-Huch3A6X2KcjpURWIyEVyTe5PsdnBXsY8ln7iCnuEjF3mvR2hrtZwefNWAu4aawaoEN3nbeow0l5qjFgYUcsJjRuuo9rJf9k4CtnjgDCdfWQJB" class="fr-dii"></p><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>General Guidance</strong></h4><h4 data-post-processed="true">Hashtags </h4><ul><li>Disclosure should appear before hashtags at the end of the caption so that it is clear and conspicuous</li><li>Disclosure can go after hashtags in your content as long as it is easily identifiable and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true">Mentions  </h4><ul><li>Disclosure should appear before mentions at the end of the caption so that it is clear and conspicuous</li><li>Disclosure can go after mentions in your content as long as it is easily identifiable and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true">URLs </h4><ul><li>Disclosure must always appear before URLs If a you includes a URL in your content, the disclosure must be at the beginning of the content</li><li>If your content does not include a URL, disclosure can go after the content as long as it is before any system added URL, it is clear and conspicuous, and the disclosure appears before any “Show More,” “See More,” or similar command</li><li>Disclosure cannot be placed after URLs</li></ul><h4 data-post-processed="true"><strong>Product Sampling</strong></h4><p>For all product sampling Campaigns, you must disclose that they received the product(s) free of charge from the brand.</p><p><br></p> 44000879245 124 44000501281 2019-02-19T09:55:19-05:00 2043019438418 5 2 0 0 Sponsorship Required Disclosures 2021-01-08T15:00:59-05:00 2043019438418 1 2019-07-15T10:18:13-04:00 0 0 As Creator's content moves through the Workflow, they will receive automated emails regarding the status of their work. You can find an outlined list of these emails below.  Automated Email Responses For Creators - Workflow Content Change Request from Marketer This email is unit or task based Content Approved by Marketer This email will display the date to publish and will be followed with a Content Ready to Post notification Content Published This email signals that the Creator's content has been marked as published in the system Content Verified Content has remained live for 45-days with no changes to the approved content Content Verification Failed This email is deliverable based You Got Paid! As you submit projects, our Admin team reviews them, prior to them being visible to Creators to submit offers or bids. If your project is approved by our Admin team, you will receive the following email.  Automated Email Responses for Marketers  Project Project Approved by Admin As content created for your project moves through the Workflow, you will receive automated emails regarding the status of it. You can find an outlined list of these emails below   Workflow Content/Revision has been Submitted by Creator The Creator has resubmitted their revised content and is ready for review Content has Published Content has either successfully auto-published or the Creator has submitted the live link to their content and the platform has marked their content as published. Content is Verified The Creator's content has been live for 45-days and no changes to the approved content Your Creators will also receive emails based on the actions you have taken on their content.  <p>As Creator's content moves through the Workflow, they will receive automated emails regarding the status of their work. You can find an outlined list of these emails below. </p><p><strong>Automated Email Responses For Creators - Workflow</strong></p><ul><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Change Request from Marketer"}'>Content Change Request from Marketer</span><ul><li>This email is unit or task based</li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Approved by Marketer"}'>Content Approved by Marketer</span><ul><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Approved by Marketer"}'>This email will display the date to publish and will be followed with a <em>Content Ready to Post</em> notification</span></li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Published"}'>Content Published</span><ul><li>This email signals that the Creator's content has been marked as published in the system</li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Verified"}'>Content Verified</span><ul><li>Content has remained live for 45-days with no changes to the approved content</li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content Verification Failed"}'>Content Verification Failed</span><ul><li>This email is deliverable based</li></ul></li><li><div rel="clipboard_data"><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"You Got Paid!"}'>You Got Paid!</span></div></li></ul><p>As you submit projects, our Admin team reviews them, prior to them being visible to Creators to submit offers or bids. If your project is approved by our Admin team, you will receive the following email. </p><p><strong>Automated Email Responses for Marketers </strong></p><p><strong>Project</strong></p><ul style="list-style-type: disc;"><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Project Approved by Admin"}'>Project Approved by Admin</span></li></ul><p>As content created for your project moves through the Workflow, you will receive automated emails regarding the status of it. You can find an outlined list of these emails below </p><p><strong> Workflow</strong></p><ul><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content/Revision has been Submitted by Creator"}'>Content/Revision has been Submitted by Creator</span><ul><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content/Revision has been Submitted by Creator"}'>The Creator has resubmitted their revised content and is ready for review</span></li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":515,"3":{"1":0},"4":[null,2,16773836],"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content has Published"}'>Content has Published</span><ul><li>Content has either successfully auto-published or the Creator has submitted the live link to their content and the platform has marked their content as published.</li></ul></li><li><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":515,"3":{"1":0},"4":[null,2,16773836],"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content is Verified"}'>Content is Verified</span><ul><li>The Creator's content has been live for 45-days and no changes to the approved content</li></ul></li><li><p><span data-sheets-userformat='{"2":515,"3":{"1":0},"4":[null,2,16773836],"12":0}' data-sheets-value='{"1":2,"2":"Content is Verified"}'>Your Creators will also receive emails based on the actions you have taken on their content. </span></p></li></ul><p><br></p><p><br></p><p><br></p> 44000879245 32 44001765182 2020-11-10T13:49:43-05:00 2043044474784 6 2 0 0 Unity Workflow - Automated Content Workflow Emails 2021-01-08T15:00:59-05:00 2043019438418