Terms and Conditions
By signing up to one of our Brands Against Mundanity: White Labelled packages, you are confirming your agreement with the terms and conditions as follows:
Frequently Asked Questions
What does “Brands Against Mundanity: White Labelled” actually mean?
White Labelling is what happens when one company creates something for another to sell (or use) as their own / under their own brand.
That’s where the name White Label Comedy comes from – so in this instance, it really just means “The Brands Against Mundanity Prompts – turned into posts for you”.
If I sign up now, does that mean I won’t have content ready to post until next month? I’d like to get started sooner.
Yes – in theory. We’d start on your content immediately (and would have the first batch delivered fairly quickly) but we’d be working on the following month’s posts, so that we’re delivering you a full set that you can use (because if we delivered you this month’s post, we’re already into the month itself, so by the time you get them there may be some topical posts where the date has already passed).
We can absolutely do two sets at once though – please reach out to us for an alternative payment link so we can take an initial payment that covers two batches at once.
What information will you need from me to get started?
We will have a short onboarding questionnaire for you to fill in. You’ll receive the link in your confirmation email. As soon as that’s completed, we can get to work!
How can we measure the performance / success of this content? What kind of results are we expecting?
The Brands Against Mundanity prompts are designed to create “Entertain” content – this is top-of-funnel content that exists to drive engagement, grow an audience, and warm that audience up ready to be sold to.
While more awareness does generally mean more sales – the best KPIs to directly measure the success of these content pieces against, would be brand awareness metrics like engagement and reach.
If you’re using the posts along with our Engagement Campaign Playbook, we would expect you to have 10,000+ potential customers engaging with your content in any given month.
Are we meant to just share this content organically? Or should we put Paid Spend behind it?
We would definitely recommend supporting the content with a campaign running with an “engagements” objective. Even a small daily budget ($10 or so) can get great results with this kind of content.
And no matter what tier you sign up at you’ll get our full Engagement Campaign Playbook so you can set it up in around 15 minutes.