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Hi, my name is Richard B. Jefferson, Esq. and I’ve practiced Media and Entertainment Law in Los Angeles for over 15 years.
During this time, I’ve witnessed the powerful ways that my clients have used Social Media Influencers to promote their brands, products and services, build a following, and in turn grow their business.
BUT, unfortunately, I have also witnessed companies and brands get totally burned in their deals with Social Media Influencers (they usually come to me after the fact).
How Could Things Go Wrong?
The best way for me to illustrate the potential pitfalls is through an example.
Brand A sells women’s hair spray. Brand A finds the perfect Social Media Influencer (let’s use “SMI” for short) on YouTube. SMI’s audience fits the demographics of Brand A’s hair spray perfectly and she has well over 5 Million faithful subscribers. Brand A reaches out to SMI and they do a loose agreement over email with some basic terms. Things go well for a month and Brand A can see a direct correlation in sales and its appearances in SMI’s videos. Brand A has also cross promoted SMI so she now has subscribers that have migrated from Brand A’s social media.
Two months later, Brand B (Brand A’s direct competitor), which sells hair gel, reaches out to SMI to see if she will promote its product for a generous fee. SMI says, “sure” and her next video contains both Brand A’s hair spray and Brand B’s hair gel.
Brand A is furious and, in so many words, tells SMI “You Can’t Do That”, and demands her to stop promoting Brand B. SMI is furious and says, “I don’t have any restrictions on my life…go suck on your hair spray and leave me alone”, and she not only refused to promote Brand A, but says some unflattering things about Brand A’s hairspray to her audience. Brand A continues to promote its hairspray using SMI’s videos that feature the product without her consent.
Ultimately, they get their lawyers involved and what happens?
Brand A alleged breach of contract, defamation, trade disparagement, tortious interference with prospective contractual relationships, and unfair competition/false advertising.
SMI alleged copyright and trademark infringement for the continued unauthorized use of her videos, which include her trademarked name and logos, and she alleges unauthorized commercial appropriation because Brand A continues to use her name, likeness, voice, etc.
Brand B demanded its money back because of the distraction.
Who won here? No one. They all wasted their money fighting each other merely because they did not have a clear understanding of the relationship up front.
You don’t want to be Brand A or Brand B in this example!
I’ve seen the above situation happen far too many times.
That’s why I’ve packaged together 4 Essential Social Media Influencer Agreements that every company should have in its tool box.
These are general, 100% editable forms based on agreements I’ve drafted for dozens of actual clients – including with some of the biggest brands around.
It is impossible for me to predict your specific situation, but these agreements address the legal issues that I have seen over and over again through the years.
As I always recommend, if your circumstances are unique, such as needing customized agreements, then you should consult an attorney.
Feel Confident – know that these are based on the same work that I have used for dozens of successful Social Media Deals!
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- Brand Ambassador Agreement – this is a general form that sets forth the terms and conditions related to an influencer endorsing and promoting your company, products and/or services using their social media influence. This agreement assumes that the influencer will be making personal appearances on behalf of your brand.
- Sponsorship Agreement – this is a general form that sets forth the terms and conditions related to you sponsoring an event that is hosted by an influencer
- Promotion and Product Placement Agreement – this is a general form that sets forth the terms and conditions related to your placement of your products/services within the social media influencer’s content, which will be promoted to his or her, and your, audience.
- Consent and Release Form – this is a general form that captures the rights of the influencer and deems you as the owner of the copyright. It is for when an influencer is appearing in content that you are creating (i.e., photos, videos).
- FREE Bonus!! Non Disclosure Agreement – this is a general NDA that you can have an influencer sign before sharing confidential and proprietary information about your company and/or your brand.
Hiring an attorney to draft these agreements will easily cost you at LEAST ten times the price of this package.
I have helped hundreds of people in the Entertainment & Social Media industry protect their work. Today it’s your turn.
“Richard Jefferson is a Mensch and a gentleman who is also well-versed in cutting-edge legal developments that he employs to help his clients, from the large to the very small. He is especially good about looking after the business interests of the ‘little guy’ and is just as well equipped to handle large, complex and far reaching deals.
In a business where one deal can make, break or substantially derail a career, having a guy like Richard on your side means dramatically evening the odds in your favor for long term success in an exciting but volatile industry. ” – Tess Taylor – President, NARIP National Association of Record Industry Professionals (the largest music industry network in the world)
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