Disclosure Guidelines for Social Media: The Dos and Don'ts

Essential guide for beginner through advanced influencers to abide by disclosure guidelines on social media

Whether you’re just getting started working on your blog, YouTube channel, social media platforms or spokesperson work or have been rocking this business for years, it is essential you are abiding by the FTC guidelines on properly disclosing your brand work. Through extensive research, we have compiled a 20+ page report on the dos and don’ts of disclosing on all social media platforms to ensure you are being completely transparent about your brand work to your audiences.

Learn How to Disclose On:
- Blog Posts
- YouTube
- Instagram
- Facebook
- Twitter

Your Instructor

Abbey Sharp
Abbey Sharp

Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietitian (RD), an avid food writer and blogger, a TV and radio personality, a cookbook author, a food brand ambassador, a passionate home cook, a food event hostess, and the founder of Abbey’s Kitchen Inc. She has a BASc. in Nutrition and Food, Dietitians of Canada accreditation, and culinary training from George Brown College and private instructors. Abbey’s core philosophy is that a pleasurable relationship with food, your body and your self is the fundamental secret to good health.

Course Curriculum

  Disclosure Guidelines Handout
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