This check card is a printable resource with practical advice for the dos and don'ts of marketing compliance.
Read this 2009 Communicator Award-winning column!<br/>The Streisand Effect encapsulates a phenomenon that derives from a case that involved Barbra herself; by attempting to squelch information you can inadvertently make it wildly popular. In-house attorneys have been dealing with the Streisand Effect for years, and the introduction of the internet changed the venue.
Companies using third-party websites to promote growth enjoy many benefits: cheap, effective exposure; real-time consumer feedback and interaction; and relevancy in a changing market. there are risks, however, when marketing to social networks. Avoid the pitfalls and understand the legal issues lurking behind the walls and tweets.