Frequently-asked questions about how our service works.
Yes. The rates paid for the work you complete for Mention Me are dependent upon both your influencer rating and the power of your blog.
We use a range of different metrics to determine these factors, including DA,TF, and DR.
Of course! You are never obliged to take on a brief and if you feel that it is not within your range or experience, then please feel under no pressure to accept it.
If you are going to turn down a brief, we only ask that you give us as much notice as possible so we can plan around it.
The placement is permanent. On this basis, your post must stay up for as long as your blog is live.
All of the payments made for the briefs that you complete for Mention Me will be made via PayPal.
If you do not have a PayPal account, please let us know; we'll be happy to discuss alternative payment arrangements with you.
We aim to get most of the links secured and then published within 4 weeks.
If for whatever reason we find that it is going to take longer than expected, we will let you know prior to the end of the 4 week period, and can usually then find a faster replacement.
We intend all of our posts to be permanent, and request that they are treated as such by the websites on which they are published.
We track every placement made with automated software. If a link drops within 6 months of being published, and we can’t get it back, then we will replace it with a fresh link.
Every piece of work that we complete is treated with the utmost confidentiality.
To ensure that you have complete confidence in this confidentiality, we will agree to a reciprocal non-disclosure agreement before beginning a working arrangement.
Working with bloggers and influencers to distribute high-quality content is a well-established and safe way of building links and raising awareness of your brand.
There is no minimum term attached to the contract that we have our agency clients sign. This means that you are able to end the contract at any time and for any reason.