Bid on projects that match your demographics, and tell the Marketer how much you would like to be paid.
Easy Rate Negotiation
Unsatisfied with the rate brands offer for assignments? You can easily negotiate your rate with the marketers through our platform.
Since TapInfluence tracks the status of all assignments, you get paid accurately and quickly, every time.
TapInfluence makes sure your disclosures are always compliant and simple, no matter how many brands engage you.
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TapInfluence works with industry-leading food, fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands. Say farewell to cold-calling.
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- What Is TapInfluence?
- What is the Creator Marketplace?
- What are Federal Trade Commission (FTC) disclosures?
- What is a Direct Offer?
- What is Open Bidding
What Is TapInfluence?
TapInfluence is the first fully-automated Influencer Marketing platform. Influencers have the ability to sign up and create a free TapInfluence profile. Once an influencer completes their profile, they will be added to our marketplace. Your TapInfluence profile showcases who you are and what you’re capable of as an influencer. The more information you include in your profile, the higher chance you have at receiving opportunities from brands. At a minimum, your profile should include a profile picture, birthday, gender, location, one category and all of your social accounts.
What is the Creator Marketplace?
The Creator Marketplace combines all Sponsored Social and Content Opportunities provided by TapInfluence into one central location. Within the platform, we are able to execute Sponsorship Campaigns across all major social media platforms, as well as execute Content Campaigns with our professional writers.
What are Federal Trade Commission (FTC) disclosures?
In 2009, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) developed a set of guidelines "concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising." In March of 2013 the FTC released their first update to the .com Disclosures guide. These guidelines affect the social media activities of online influencers. The .com Disclosures guides are not laws, but as stated, guidelines. According to the guidelines, no matter the social platform, social influencers should disclose when they are being sponsored. The reasoning behind these disclosures is to protect the consumer. In other words, the consumer needs to clearly understand that he/she is being advertised to.
What is a Direct Offer?
Marketers search for Connections with characteristics that match their Project, then extend a "Direct Offer" to a connection(s) at a set asking price.
What is Open Bidding
Marketers set targeting on a Project and all Connections in the system that meet the targeting requirements will see the Opportunity on their dashboard.