Frequently Asked Questions
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What is ID?

ID is a platform that connect content creators with brands to collaborate on campaigns. The user generated content created for these campaign can be used by the brand, or as sponsored content on the creators social media.

What platforms are you creators active on?

Our roster reaches audiences on: Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Blogs, Snapchat & more.

How do I start a campaign?

You can reach out to us directly on our contact page, just follow the prompts and we’ll take it from there.

How much does it cost?

ID focuses on real engagement with audiences over followers or subscribers. We use a CPE (Cost Per Engagement) multiplied by our Influencer’s current average engagement, to determine the rates for your campaign.

What are mandatory disclosure requirements?

If your business operates in Canada, the USA, or the UK, there are industry regulations that govern the usage of sponsored social posts and branded content. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Advertising Standards Canada (ASC), all sponsored and branded social media posts contain mandatory disclosure that outline the relationship between creators and the brand, whether the exchange be monetary, or in-kind. If there is a relationship established, your brand is subject to these regulations and potential fines.

How do I join the ID team as a content creator?

The only things you need to apply are: an active public social media account and a desire to create beautiful & enjoyable content. Once you reach out to us, we’ll begin our vetting process.

How do I get matched with a brand for a campaign?

Once you go through our intake process, we will work to send you campaign offers that align strictly with what you’ve indicated you’re interested in promoting. This way we make sure that you’re a good fit for the brand and visa versa. You’ll receive these offers via email, followed by a collaboration request & full details.

What are mandatory disclosure requirements?

If your business operates in Canada, the USA, or the UK, there are industry regulations that govern the usage of sponsored social posts and branded content. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Advertising Standards Canada (ASC), all sponsored and branded social media posts contain mandatory disclosure that outline the relationship between creators and the brand, whether the exchange be monetary, or in-kind. If there is a relationship established, your brand is subject to these regulations and potential fines.