Are you a blogger who receives free products or payment in exchange to share a review about that product on let’s say your Instagram account or your blog?
Or maybe you’re an online business owner and you participate in affiliate programs where you promote another company’s products and in exchange you receive a commission for each sale that you refer.
If you’re getting paid to create content promoting another company’s products or services, then today’s Office Talk podcast episode is for you. In it, I’m sharing four things the FTC wants you to know before you endorse another company’s product or service.
To learn more and get the show notes, visit: www.annettestepanian.com/officetalk
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