TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS 2022
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TIPS FOR SHARING DISCLOSURES
- Keep your disclosure language clear and to the point. It doesn’t have to be fancy or use big words.
- From the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”): “If your endorsement is in a picture on a platform like Snapchat and Instagram Stories, superimpose the disclosure over the picture and make sure viewers have enough time to notice and read it.” Make sure that the font is large enough for viewers to see it.
- From the FTC: “If making an endorsement in a video, the disclosure should be in the video and not just in the description uploaded with the video. Viewers are more likely to notice disclosures made in both audio and video. Some viewers may watch without sound and others may not notice superimposed words.” Just remember, it should be obvious, if it’s an endorsement. Viewers shouldn’t have to wonder or guess.
- From the FTC: “If making an endorsement in a live stream, the disclosure should be repeated periodically so viewers who only see part of the stream will get the disclosure.” Remember, viewers jump on and off livestreams at different times.
- Don’t provide endorsements for products or services that you haven’t personally tried.
- Remember, you are required to provide an endorsement if, according to the FTC “you have any financial, employment, personal, or family relationship with a brand.”