If you want to get started with our paid gigs, you should know that most brands require at least 5,000 followers on a social network we support to consider collaborating. Your follower count tells us that you’re capable of making high quality content that people enjoy. After that, getting started is easy:
- Download our iOS app in the App store or get started using our Creator Web App. You can use either app to sign up for a Pop Pays account, link your social networks, fill out your portfolio, and start applying for gigs. Take a peek at our Portfolios and Pricing blog post for more information.
- Browse the campaigns that are currently accepting applicants. See one that interests you? Simply click the brief and check out the requirements to make sure it’s something you’re interested in and capable of delivering. The “brief” is a summary of what the brand is looking for, and what specifics about what you’ll need to deliver to complete the gig and get paid.
- If the brief sounds good to you, hit the “Apply” button. Accepting the brief means agreeing to every detail, so read carefully. When you apply, you’ll name your price for the gig and write a note for the brand. Use this space to be professional and communicate your creative ideas with the brand. Check out our blog post on putting your best application forward here.
- The next part is the hardest: waiting. The brand’s team will use the app to accept or pass on your application. Sometimes this happens quickly, and some brands take a week or two to select creators.
- If you’re notified that the brand accepted your application, it’s time to get started on that content. Before you post, you’ll upload the content through our app for the brand to review, give feedback and approve. Once you get the go ahead, set that content live on social media. We’ll send your payment 30 days after the gig is completed.
The short version of all those words? Sign up, browse & apply, create & collaborate, get paid. That’s it! The iOS app and Creator web app are easy to navigate, but if you ever have trouble, we’re just a message away.