What should be considered in the booking information (briefing)?
In general, it makes sense to convey the most important booking-specific requirements to the Publisher without unnecessarily restricting him/her with respect to the content. Otherwise, the booking could be rejected. For most Publishers, editorial freedom and independence is highly important.
Take care that you limit the briefing to only those aspects that are essential for you.
Examples for specifications could be:
- Length (number of words)
- Determination of a thematic priority
- Keep content requirements and wishes to a minimum in order to ensure the editorial independence of the Publishers
- Accurate information on specific images, videos, or external links
- Accurate but understandable technical specifications (e.g. video integration via iframe instead of href)
- Enable a flexible link text
Frequently accessed questions
- What can I do if the booking has not been implemented according to my requirements?
- Can I modify my booking?
- What do I do if the Publisher does not process the booking request?
- How do I book an offer on the SeedingUp marketplace?
- What is Advertiser credit?
- What do I do if I do not like the website offered? (After disclosure of the URL)
- Can SeedingUp advise me on the compilation of the offer?
- Why is the URL of the offer not displayed? When will I find out about the URL of a booked offer?
- How long is the duration of a booking? Can I extend durations?
- Can Publishers reject my booking request?
- What do I do if the Publisher has cancelled a booking in progress and removed it from the website?
- What should be considered in the booking information (briefing)?
- How can I be sure that my booking is properly implemented?
- I would like to cancel a booking. How do I proceed?