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The FTC has published a host of marketing and advertising guidelines. Here are the ones that every business and entrepreneur in the online business space should know.
Advertising and Marketing on the Internet: Link
Guidelines for Making Health Claims in Marketing Materials: Link
"Made in the USA" Use Guidelines: Link
The Dot Com Disclosures: Link
Can-SPAM Compliance Guide: Link
The FTC's Truth-in-Advertising Guide: Link
Multi-Level-Marketing Guidance: Link
Consumer Review Fairness Act Guidelines: Link
Native Advertising Guidelines: Link
Section 5 of the FTC Act: Link
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