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Smart ad disclosures in the social media age

Recent actions by the Federal Trade Commission highlight the need for companies to review the sufficiency of their advertising disclosures. Companies should take particular care when launching an ad campaign using social...more

Food, the FTC and the Risks of Social Media Promotions

Social media platforms offer food and other CPG companies a host of new, creative ways to engage with consumers and generate brand experiences, especially on strongly visual platforms like Pinterest, Vine, and Instagram. But...more

Running a Sweepstakes or Contest on Social Media?

If entry for the chance to win a prize requires participants to post content featuring your company’s products or services, the participants should be instructed to disclose that their posts are pursuant to a contest. ...more

FTC Says That Sponsors of Pinterest Contests Should Require Users to Post Pins with Hashtags Warning When Pins are Posted for a...

In a March 20, 2014 closing letter sent to fashion company Cole Haan, the FTC warned that use of the hashtag #WanderingSole in conjunction with a recent Pinterest contest did not adequately communicate the “material...more

Pin to Win - Do's and Don'ts of Pinterest Contests and Promotions

With the meteoric rise of Pinterest, many companies are leveraging its popularity. One way this is happening is that Brands are creating contests and promotions around users "pins." This is a growing trend in the use of...more

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