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Social Media Influencer Terms – For Influencers


These Social Media Influencer Terms have been created specifically for social media influencers who want to clearly set out the terms of their collaboration with a brand or agency. Covering things such as payment, frequency and content of posts, how the brand or agency can use the posts / images, exclusivity and more – these terms have got you covered so you can get back to the business of snapping, posting, sharing, bumping and liking! Download now and complete instantly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These terms cover important commercial and legal things like:

  • What will you be creating for the brand – the content, any key messages, the timing and the hashtags
  • The amount you will be paid and when. There is also an option to include payment by contra (instead of cash)
  • How the brand can use your content. For example, you have agreed that the brand can repost your content to their socials. You may not have agreed that the brand can take your images, modify them and use them on a billboard in Japan! These Terms will help you clarify this scope of use
  • For how long the brand can use your content. For example, if you create an Instagram post – are you happy for the brand to repost it only during the term of the agreement or at any time in the future
  • That you will use appropriate hashtags to disclose the commercial relationship or paid partnership tool. This is really important and if you don’t do this you may find yourself in breach of the AiMC Code of Practice
  • Whether or not you need to submit your content for pre-approval

Any Social Media Influencer looking to collab with a brand or PR Agency.

These terms are designed to be used by an influencer. If you are a brand looking to engage an influencer, Cherrypicka has an influencer agreement designed specifically for you – Influencer Agreements (for brands).

Social Media Influencer Terms can also be called:

  • A Social Influencer Agreement
  • A Collaboration Agreement
  • A Talent Agreement
  • An Influencer Agreement
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