The more you work with Pop Pays, the more familiar you’ll be with these terms. Here’s a head start: 

Gig: An opportunity for you to create content for a brand who wants to raise awareness about a product or service. A gig is your individual piece of a brand’s campaign.

Campaign: The campaign is the big project a brad wants to complete or the goal the brand wants to hit. A creator contributes to a campaign by applying for and completing a gig.

Brief: Provided by the brand, the brief is a contract the creator agrees to when they apply for a campaign. It includes details like a description of the desired campaign content (type and amount), due dates, the brand’s right to accepted content, caption requirements, etc. Click here for more on the brief.   

Bid: The price that you want to be paid to complete all of the deliverables listed in the brief. You include your bid as part of your campaign application.

Content Due Date: The date by which you need to upload all the required content for a gig to the platform so the brand can review and give you feedback. The content due date is not the date by which you have to post your content (that comes later).

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