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Disclosure is easy

Did you see how I met the FTC guidelines in the last post? One simple sentence that discloses my relationship with a client (and what kind of ladies’ clothes I wear).

You don’t need some giant legal statement to do good, honest disclosure. Just tell people what your deal is.

AndyHere’s another easy example: Put the word “staff” or your company name on your social media picture when you’re representing your company.

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Update: Good disclosure is also good marketing. The humor in the last post got me tweeted to Chris Brogan‘s 104,000 followers.

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