Influencer Agreement Terms– WALL BLUSH
1. ENGAGEMENT. Company hereby engages influencer during the Term (as defined herein) not only for the purpose of promoting certain brands and brand content through influencers’s social media outlets. The Campaign, for the purposes of this Agreement, constitutes a planned series of marketing and promotional activities developed by the Company with the objective of leveraging the influencer's creative talents for both promoting existing brands and brand content. The nature of the brand content to be promoted and the specific details and requirements of the promotion. Influencer agrees to be engaged for the dual purposes of promoting the brand content and designing new wallpaper designs, adhering to the guidelines found within this Agreement and any additional directions provided by the Company as related to design creation.

2. ITEMS TO AVOID IN DESIGNER’S POSTS. The Influencer agrees that all social media posts, tweets, and/or comments should be in good taste and free of inappropriate language and/or any content promoting bigotry, racism or discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or age.
3. APPROVAL AND CONTENT ORIGINATION. The Influencer understands that all promotions and products they promote as part of this Agreement are controlled by the Company. The Influencer assumes all responsibility for verifying that the campaign materials used meet the Company’s approval.   

4. MATERIAL DISCLOSURES AND COMPLIANCE WITH FTC GUIDELINES. When publishing posts/statuses about the Company’s products or services, the Influencer must clearly disclose his/her “material connection” with the Company, including the fact that the Influencer was given any consideration, was provided with certain experiences or is being paid for a particular service. The above disclosure should be clear and prominent and made in close proximity to any statements that the Influencer makes about the Company or the Company’s products or services.
Please note that this disclosure is required regardless of any space limitations of the medium (e.g. Twitter), where the disclosure can be made via Hashtags, e.g. #sponsored. The Designer’s statements should always reflect the Designer’s honest and truthful opinions and actual experiences. The Influencer should only make factual statements about the Company or the Company’s products which the Influencer knows for certain are true and can be verified.