Liability Safety Tips for Influencers

New Video: “Influencer Liability Safety Tips” (watch this video if you’re an #influencer engaged in influencer marketing on #socialmedia)

 

Also see:

How Brands Can Protect Themselves When Using Influencers (part 1 of 3)

How Social Media Agencies Can Protect Themselves When Using Influencers (part 2 of 3) 

How Influencers Can Protect Themselves When Engaging in Influencer Marketing (part 3 of 3)

HOW SOCIAL MEDIA AGENCIES CAN PROTECT THEIR CLIENTS (BRANDS) AND THEMSELVES FROM INFLUENCER LIABILITY

Social media agencies often times are the middle man between brands and influencers. While influencer marketing can be an extremely valuable marketing asset for a brand’s products and services, as the agency connecting brands with influencers, you need to be careful and use these 6 tips to not only protect yourself, but also everyone else involved.

 

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How Brands Can Protect Themselves from Influencer Mistakes, Wrongdoing and Liability (part 1 of 3)

If done correctly and legally, influencer marketing can be an extremely valuable marketing asset for your products and services. However, if an influencer makes an honest mistake, is negligent, or intentionally breaks the law, he or she can create massive liability for your company. Use the 5 tips in this video to protect your company if and when this happens.

Also Coming This Week:

How Social Media Agencies Can Protect Themselves from Brands and Influencers When Engaging in Influencer Marketing (part 2 of 3).

How Influencers Can Protect Themselves from the Mistakes and Wrongdoing of Social Media Agencies and Brands (part 3 of 3).

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Social Media Influencer Liability (overview)

Influencers- How to Avoid Having This Happen To You! (Floyd Mayweather Jr. and DJ Khaled Charged with Cryptocurrency Fraud)

Hashtags No Longer Protect Influencers. Actually, they never did!

Influencer Marketing- Tips for Influencers, Social Media Agencies, Brands and Consumers

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