32. In this space, enter or add a link to assignment-specific terms, such as who owns created content and who can use created content and images. If you prefer, rely on our standard Influencer Agreement, which is included as part of every assignment by default.
Influencers will see Legal Terms while reviewing assignment details. By accepting an assignment, they also accept the terms set forth in those Terms, which state that you—the brand—own the rights to your content. The only caveat is that if you use the influencer’s content for a thirdparty posting, you do have to give them proper credit. If you repurpose an influencer’s content in a form other than sharing their links, such as highlighting their recipe on your site, follow best practices by giving the influencer a heads up. The terms and conditions also state that if the influencer does not follow your requirements, then you (and we) have the ability to remove them from the program.
Next—make sure that influencers include your required brand messaging and FTC disclosures in blog and social posts.
Next: Specifying in-post text
Adding assignment elements | Creating an assignment overview | Adding assignment requirements | Uploading a requirements document | Adding influencer legal terms | Specifying in-post text | Choosing social network options | Choosing comment widget options | Adding brand URLs, brand images, and additional resources | Setting up a social posting calendar