Stackla's Rights Management features provides a streamlined way of asking users for their permission to repurpose their content for your own marketing purposes (email marketing, ads, etc.), gain explicit approval of T&Cs, or provide additional information, such as age, name, or email.
There are two methods to rights-managing aggregated content:
Rights via Response
This is the simplest process to request rights from your users. This is also a reactive method, that is done post-aggregation. Using Stackla a rights-request is sent to the content creator, via the corresponding social network. Stackla then monitors the social post for the content creators response. To approve, the creator will use the designated hashtag within the request. Read more about Rights via Response.
Rights via Registration
This method is slightly more complex, as it provides steps for data-collection, and explicit T&Cs approval. Rights via Registration can be initiated by both the moderator and the content creator, which is particularly useful for competitions. Ex: Competition entrants can confirm their entries and at the same time approve rights to the content. In this approach, the content creator follows the provided link, to 1) agree to the Terms and Conditions and, 2) approve rights, or 3) provide data (name, email, birthday, etc.). Read more about Rights via Registration.