Welcome to your verblio guided tour
First things first - your verblio dashboard
When you sign up, you'll create an account. Your account can have as many subscriptions as you would like, with the minimum being 1. Most businesses have just one subscription, while many of our agency clients have multiple, with different subscriptions corresponding to each of their clients.
If you’re an agency, you’ll find that ‘Subscriptions’ may be labeled as ‘Clients’ on your dashboard.
Credits are used to request and purchase content on the Verblio platform. Credits are deposited to your account monthly, based on your subscription plan. Credits do roll over month-to-month, but have a 6-month lifespan.
Setting your preferences
The account-level features available to you include:
- User Preferences
- Email Preferences
- Payment Info
- and Invoices
These features can be accessed via the top right-hand dropdown menu. Watch the video below for a walk-through of this menu!
Managing Your Subscription
All of the content in the middle of your screen (AKA, your dashboard) belongs to your subscription, and if you click through the subscription list on the left-hand side, you’ll notice that the content in the dashboard changes.
The content within the dashboard doesn't get shared between subscriptions. That includes things like credits, your subscription plan, business info, and delivery settings.
To understand each of these features, check out the video below.
Verblio writers produce content on-spec, meaning they’ll tailor their submission based on the details you include in your request. Great requests help Verblio writers clearly understand your, or your client’s, needs.
The video below will guide you through the Request process and why it’s one of the most important features on the platform.
Reviewing Submissions & Managing Writers
Once you receive a submission in your queue, you gain access to features that allow you to start curating your own pool of trusted writers. This includes ways for you to get to know your writer, review their content, and even mark submissions for purchase while you’re waiting for internal approvals.
One thing to note - submissions come with a 14-day Submission Review Period by default. During this timeframe, you can decide whether you want to purchase, decline, or request edits on the submissions in your queue.
Watch the video below to learn about all of the features available to you on the Submissions tab.
If you’re an agency or if you’re a business with more than 1 subscription, you’ll also have access to our White Label feature. If you do, please see our White Label help page for more information on our White Label feature and how to share content with your clients.
- Best Practices to be Successful While Using Verblio
- What to Include in a Successful Request
- Your Dashboard Explained
- How to Change Your Verblio Plan
Have a few questions about your Verblio account? Email email@example.com to chat with our team.