Do influencers need to tell audiences they’re getting paid?

do influencers need to tell audiences theyre getting paid | Do influencers need to tell audiences they’re getting paid? In 2018, 19% of all U.S. consumers — including 36% of those aged under 25 — purchased a product or service because a social media influencer recommended it. Unsurprisingly, U.S. companies have taken note: 75% relied on influencer marketing in 2018 and 92% of marketing managers declared their belief in its effectiveness.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken note. Concerned that commercial interests would drive peer-to-peer interactions, the FTC has since 2017 “invited” companies and influencers, with its“ endorsement guides,” to disclose brand relationships, displaying the hashtag #ad or the mention “paid partnership” in a prominent position. Read more…

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