Influencer Marketing

How to pay your influencers

This how-to is for Campaign Managers who are looking to release funds upon the successful completion of milestones. Click on Campaigns, then click on My Campaigns tab, and then click on View Dashboard. See image. Once you’re inside the campaign dashboard, access the payment area by clicking on Members, then click on Feedback. Provide feedback about the influencer’s performance and then click on Release Funds. See image.¬†An email will go out letting the influencer know the funds are now in their Triberr account.

How do I withdraw money from Triberr?

After a successful Influencer Marketing campaign comes to a close, you’ll receive an email letting you know that you have Triberr funds available. To move those funds to your paypal account: Log into Triberr Click on the “Transactions” tab Click “withdraw” in the right column Enter the amount of money you want to send to paypal, and enter your paypal email address An admin will review your request, and will approve the funds transfer to paypal. This is typically done within 24 hours, but can take up to 48.

What metrics does an Influencer Marketing campaign track?

Influencer Marketing campaigns on Triberr track several key metrics How many milestones each Influencer completed Content created, and where it is distributed How many shares, likes, +1’s and comments each piece of content receives How many clicks each piece of content receives How many referral visits each Influencer sends to a brand’s landing page   The system is setup to integrate nicely with Google Analytics. When you add a landing page to the system that you want to Influencers to drive traffic to, you can simply include Google Analytics campaign parameters so that all traffic is correctly attributed within Google Read more

Do I need to use special tracking links in an Influencer Marketing campaign?

Most Influencer Marketing campaigns are designed to drive traffic to a specific landing page. In order to tell how much traffic the campaign drove, campaign managers will typically provide campaigners with a special tracking link that they can then use in all their promotional activity. To grab your tracking link, login to the Campaign Dashboard:   On the right side of the page is a box called, “Campaign Assets” Note: This box will ONLY be present if the campaign manager has added a landing page Click the “Generate Short Link” button:   After a second, the short link will appear, Read more

Adjusting your bid after applying for the campaign

You can adjust various parameters after applying for the campaign by going to Campaigns/My Applications/Edit Application After clicking on Edit Application, you will  see the familiar application page where you can adjust various parameters including the bid.

Disclosures for Influencer Marketing Campaigns

FTC Guidelines for Advertising The FTC requires bloggers properly disclose when they are getting paid to work with a brand. In 2013 they updated their advertising guidelines to give clear guidance on how bloggers should disclose their relationships with brands, including examples for us on social networks like Twitter. The bottom line here is that if you’re an Influencer who is getting paid by a brand, you need to be clear to your users about it: All disclosures should be: Proximate to the information so the consumer does not have to hunt for it Of at least the same size Read more

How to submit a post for review

Navigate to the campaign dashboard, and click the “Activity” tab Paste the contents of your blog post in the body area, then “Save & Preview” If it looks good, click the “Submit for Approval” button The Campaign Manager (CM) will be notified and will review the post. The can comment on the post and advise a change if necessary, or approve. Once the post is approved, you’ll get an email notification. Then you can publish the post on your blog, and add the live URL to the tracking system to get credit for a milestone.

How to pin your campaign activity to the Activity stream

Pinning your campaign-related activity to the Activity stream is paramount to your payout. There is a direct correlation between your recorded activity and your ability to collect campaign payout. I stress this because the only way for the brand to track your activity is for you to ensure ALL campaign-related activity is recorded. I hope saying this 3 times has stressed the importance of adding the pinning activity to your routine. ūüôā How to pin your activity to the Activity¬†stream In the top navigation bar, click on Tribes, then click on the campaign tribe. For example, to get to the Read more

So you’re a brand ambassador. Here’s what you need to know.

Congratulations on becoming a brand ambassador. You are now the brand’s superhero. Here are the basics. Bloggers on Triberr are contracted to represent a brand in a genuine and enthusiastic way for a period of 4 weeks or longer. Bloggers are fairly compensated for their ambassadorship. The amount varies but it’s usually around $300 per blogger, per month. You’ll be working with other bloggers in a collaborative way to meet the objectives of the campaign. Each campaign is little bit different, but generally speaking, bloggers are expected to write 3-4 campaign related posts per month. They are: Declaration Post Campaign Read more

Triberr Influencer Campaigns are Different

Triberr¬†influencer campaigns are different in two ways. First, you’re endorsing a campaign as its spokesperson. And second, the campaign is executed¬†collaboratively. Let’s explain these two points in a¬†greater¬†detail. You, the Spokesperson Most¬†influencer marketing campaigns involve a brand asking a blogger to write a post about it. You’ll recognize these posts¬†because¬†they almost always include¬†an apologetic statement about the blogger writing a “sponsored” post. A Triberr campaign is not based on a single post. You’re hired for a specific length of time. Usually a month or more.¬†During this time, you are a representative of the brand. This changes the way you approach Read more