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FTC disclosures on social media can be confusing, and that’s putting it mildly. The FTC recently had a Twitter chat where they let users submit questions, which helped clarify things quite a bit. Below you’ll find some of the highlights of the FTC’s #Influencers101 chat.
Back in 2011, I was invited to spend a day at the Consumer Reports campus in Yonkers, New York. It was honestly one of the coolest days I have spent as a blogger. In addition to getting a tour of their testing facilities – which was awesome, by the way – we attended a discussion with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (where he was wishy-washy about whether or not…
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