On certain sponsored content campaigns, brands have the option to require draft approval prior to blog link submission. This feature allows brands with more restrictive requirements to make sure that the influencers and the brands are on the same page.
If the brand selects Draft Approval when setting up their campaign, that will be reflected in the campaign requirements for bloggers. It is theblogger's responsibility to upload the first draft of their campaign on the Drafts tab of the campaign page.
Once the first draft has been uploaded, the brand or campaign manager will be able to download, review, add feedback/corrections, and re-upload the new version. Each party will receive a notification when a new draft version has been uploaded.
The Campaign Manager will approved the draft work when they have determined that it meets their specifications. Then the influencer must also accept the draft to move forward to the next phase (link submission -- which will proceed the same way it currently does). Influencers may also reject a Campaign Manager's acceptance if they would like to continue the draft approval process.
Influencers will be able to upload one blog draft at a time and they will not be able to submit the blog link (through the Submit Work tab)until that blog draft has been approved by both the brand and the blogger.