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These rules were set in place to ensure that readers or viewers of web media know if their website presenter is sponsored, endorsed, or partnered with or an affiliate of a different company or companies.
In simple terms, the readers need to know if the site they are on can or is making money by using links.
[Full Disclosure: The owner of this site discloses that this site uses third-party affiliate links that can make money through link usage].
It mostly depends on if someone actually makes a purchase by using a guiding or affiliate link offered on this site.
In compliance with the FTC guidelines, the transaction has to be complete. Commissions are paid by the seller and not the buyer and go directly to the affiliate through a link agreement between the seller and affiliate.
It does not cost the buyer more by using an affiliate link. In many cases, it works out even better because they have been referred.
The Federal Trade Commission Rules for Disclosure Compliance are now 6-plus years old.
Here are some takeaways from those rules:
- About the Endorsement Guides
- When Does the FTC Act Apply to Endorsements?
- Product Placements
- Endorsements by Individuals on Social Networking Sites
- How Should I Disclose That I Was Given Something for My Endorsement?
- Other Things for Endorsers to Know
- Social Media Contests
- Online Review Programs
- Soliciting Endorsements
- What Are an Advertiser’s Responsibilities for What Others Say in Social Media?
- What About Intermediaries?
- What About Affiliate or Network Marketing?
- Expert Endorsers Making Claims Outside of Traditional Advertisements
- Employee Endorsements
- Using Testimonials That Don’t Reflect the Typical Consumer Experience
Accept is a verb meaning “to receive something willingly.” Except is most often used as a preposition meaning “not including,” a synonym of but “all except one”, and is also commonly used as a conjunction
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