Creating A Campaign
First, you have to go to the main navigation bar and click the “+ Create Campaign” button next to the notification bell. This will bring you to the campaign creation page where you can start building your campaign.
1. Campaign Details
Invite Type: Open-Invite or Invite-Only
Select what type of campaign you want to run. If you’re looking to reach a greater number of Creators who fit your parameters, select “Open Invite”. If you've browsed the Marketplace and know which Creator(s) that you want to work with, select "Invite-Only".
Enrollment End Date
By setting the “Enrollment End Date” you are defining the last date Creators can apply to your campaign. Once your enrollment date ends, no additional Creators will be eligible to apply for your campaign. We suggest allowing campaigns to be active in the Creator Feed for a minimum of 14 days to maximize the amount of interest your campaign gets with qualified Creators.
Content Type: Content & Post or User-Generated Content (UGC)
By selecting the content type, you control what actions Creators take with their content.
Choose between “Content & Post” or “User-Generated Content (UGC)” depending on what you are looking for.
If you want a Creator to create content and post it on their social media account, selecting “Content & Post” would be the right option for you. If you’re looking for content from a Creator intended for brand use that you don’t want to be posted to their social media channel(s), select “User-Generated Content (UGC)”. With UGC, you will own this content once it has been created and delivered on Glewee.
When selecting categories, think of what kind of Creator you’re looking for. Are you looking for a Creator to create and post talking about your new fashion product? Selecting “Fashion” and “Lifestyle” will help narrow your Creator application pool. Note: you can choose up to 3 categories when building each campaign.
Upload a campaign image banner visible to Creators to represent your campaign. This will be the first thing Creators see when scrolling on the Creator App, it should reflect your brand, product, or service. Next, add a campaign title, and description explaining what you're looking for with your campaign.
When a Creator chooses to engage with your campaign these are the first details they’ll see, so it’s important to describe what you are looking for as if you’re posting a job listing. Note: all of the content that is written in “Campaign Description” will automatically be generated in the contracts once you begin collaborating with Creators.
By choosing your budget range you’re able to gauge the amount of money you plan to spend on this overall campaign. This can always be adjusted. This value will not be charged at any time, rather will be incorporated in your campaign so you can benchmark how much you are spending versus your intended pre-set budget amount.
Create some Do’s and Don’ts -
Adding Do’s and Don’ts allows you to get specific with the content being created. Do you want the content created outside? Post it in the Do’s sections. Want a Creator to refrain from wearing another company's logo in your industry? Post it in the Don’ts. These should be shorter rules that are built into the campaign to give a Creator further insight into how to best execute the campaign deliverable(s).
2h) Select the Product Type -
Select whether or not the Creator will receive a physical product or not. If you select “Thumbs Up”, we will automatically collect the Creator’s address and deliver that in the campaign product shipping section. If you do not need to ship a physical product, select “Thumbs Down”.
2i) Upload Media Assets -
Uploading media assets can give the Creator an idea of what type of content they’ll be creating. By giving visual suggestions the Creator can make content that better fits what you’re looking for.
3. Selecting Deliverables
3a) Choose the Draft due Date -
The time you select allows Creators to update any revisions requested by the brand and enough time for the brand to review content. This is optional.
3b) Choose Campaign Deliverables -
When selecting the campaign deliverables, you are letting the Creator(s) know what can be expected when collaborating with your brand to execute this campaign. It is here that you’re able to select the social media channel, post title, post type, features, and post description. You are able to create multiple campaign deliverables. Note: brands working with Creators on Glewee for the first time perform better when requesting only one single deliverable per campaign.
4. Choose Creator Details
4a) Select “Age” -
Use the slider bar to identify which age range your campaign is set for. Creators outside this range will not be able to apply for your campaign.
4b) Choose Gender -
Select male, female, or non-binary. Remember, if you decide to choose only one such as male then other genders won’t be able to communicate with you. Choosing more than one will allow for all genders selected to apply for your campaign (only if they match all other filters).
4c) Select Creator Follower Count -
Choose if you want to work with smaller Creators or if you want to work with some of our larger ones. This will take the total following the Creators have across all of their social media pages and allow them to apply for the campaign.
4d) Select Location -
Looking for a Creator in a specific area? Choose one of the many filters we have to narrow your search. Looking for someone in Florida? Select our Southeast filter. Looking for someone in California? Select our Midwest filter. Glewee is only available for Creators in the United States right now, but there are over 3.25B followers of the Creators on Glewee that span the entire globe!
4e) Choose Minimum Price Per Creator -
By selecting your minimum pricing per Creator you’ll dictate how much money you want to spend per Creator. The minimum pricing is $100 and while you can adjust to a higher amount than that you’re not able to adjust to a lower than what you initially input. Once accepting Creators into your campaign you can alter the deliverables and price per engagement in our negotiation process, but this is a benchmark value that is displayed to Creators on the Glewee Creator App. Campaigns that start at $200 per engagement perform the best with Glewee Creators.
5. Publish Your Campaign
You finished creating your campaign! Now, review your campaign summary and press publish in the top right of the “Campaign Summary”.
Congratulations, you have now published a Glewee Campaign!
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