With the Age of the Influencer growing ever more...influential, the FTC has decided to take a different tack in reaching this ever growing population of marketing professional.
What does the FTC's new disclosure guide for "Social Media Influencers" say?
How does it relate to the FTC's previous endorsement guides and question and answer materials?
And why should folks across the social media spectrum pay attention?
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Discussed in this episode:
"Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising"
"The FTC’s Endorsement Guides: What People Are Asking"
"Virtual Legality #22 - Apex Legends: Running Afoul of FTC Advertiser Guidelines? (Hoeg Law)"
YouTube - February 6, 2019 - Hoeg Law
"FTC Releases Advertising Disclosures Guidance for Online Influencers"
FTC Website - November 5, 2019
"Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers"
FTC Informational Guide
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