We’re always making changes based on our most common feedback from creators. Here’s what we’ve been working on lately to make Pop Pays work better for you:
We’ve heard that the brief can be overwhelming for creators, so we moved the most important information to the top for easy reference. Now at a tap and a quick glance, you’ll be can see:
- Am I eligible?: Do you meet the requirements for the campaign? Requirements may include a certain follower count on the network indicated.
- Am I a good fit?: Are you what the brand is looking for? A brand will identify their ideal fit and can include things like age, location, gender, specialization, content type, or capabilities.
- What are the deliverables? You can clearly see what the brand will be asking of you, taking out the tedious scrolling and the guess work.
We’re adding an indicator to let you know if the campaign is near fulfillment so you know if you need to put your application in ASAP. If you click into the brief, you’ll be able to see exactly how close the campaign is to fulfillment.
Creators are always looking for more guidance around what to bid for a campaign, so we’ve implemented guidance right into the platform. For certain campaigns, you’ll start to see pricing guidance including a fixed price, suggested bid, or even have the opportunity to adjust your bid under certain circumstances.
- Fixed price: The brand has a set bid price and you’re unable to name your own price for the campaign. By applying to the campaign, you’re agreeing to the set price.
- Suggested bid: The brand has a specific bid price in mind for you! You’re free to name your own price when applying, but to increase your chances of selection, it’s best to keep your bid within the suggested bid provided.
- Big adjustment: It’s important when submitting an application that your rate is within the brand’s budget. Sometimes, we think you’d be great for a campaign, but your rate is slightly outside the brand’s budget. In this case, we’ll send you an email asking if you’d be interested in adjusting your bid. For more specifics, check out our “Adjusting a Bid” FAQ.
- Not Interested: Not interested in a gig based on the fixed price or suggested bid? Let us know! You can now select “Price” as a reason to pass on a gig.
Now that you’re up to speed on all our new updates, head over to your Pop Pays account and check them out. Any questions? You can reach us any time at [email protected].