What are ‘Content Campaigns’?
Content Campaigns are different to Influencer Campaigns. They allow creators to submit up to three beautiful, branded pics or clips to your content inbox. Once approved, you can use the content on your own marketing channels including websites, EDMs, blogs or even billboards and print!
How do I create a Content Campaign?
Here's a step-by-step run-through on how to create a content campaign.
Is there a setup fee?
TRIBE has two fees and they are explained here.
How much does the content cost?
The cost of content differs based on whether you are on a subscription or are using TRIBE on a campaign-by-campaign basis. Please visit our pricing page for more information.
What if I’m unhappy with the content submitted?
We’ll always try our best to match your brief with high-quality submissions. However, if you have any concerns regarding the size or quality of the content, please reach out to your Account Manager who will work with you to attract the best content for your brand.
What resolution and size is the content provided?
Before approving content, you can find the image resolution located in the detailed view of each piece submitted. If you’re licensing content for offline usage or concerned about the resolution, get in touch with your Account Manager and we’ll work with you to ensure you receive the highest quality available.
Do I need to tag the influencer on licensed content?
No. However, this can be an effective way to increase credibility and engagement on your own channels.
What's the approval process?
Once you upload a campaign brief, Influencers can create and submit up to three pieces of content. If you approve the content, the Influencer will be paid, and you will then be able to download the original version of the image to use for all your advertising needs. If the campaign has ended, the budget has been spent or the Influencer and/or post is not right for the campaign, you can select 'No Thanks'.