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Then give them that information there Special Database or send the link to where they can find more information. Be especially careful with things like fake urgency or limited availability. Of course you may want to offer a discount for a certain time, but don't make it Soldier of Orange with unlimited renewals. Then you have created Special Database urgency that turns out not to be true. While it is precisely because of that urgency that people decide to buy. Special rules for advertising on social media According to the law, advertising must always be recognizable as such. It's not always like that on social media. Influencers must also be clear Special Database about when they are advertising for someone else.
That has to be done with every chance Special Database of an advantage. The Social Media and Influencer Marketing (RSM) Advertising Code simplifies what is required by law. Complaints can be made to the Advertising Code Special Database Committee on the basis of this special advertising code. The Advertising Code Committee cannot impose fines. However, going through a procedure through the Advertising Code Committee can prevent enforcement, with a fine, by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets. There is Special Database advertising if there is a (chance of) benefit from the distributor, for example the influencer on Instagram.