We have created disclosure automation technology that helps ensure compliance with the FTC’s .com disclosure guidelines. The software programmatically inserts disclosure into Status Updates, Blog posts, Photo posts and Video posts in a way that is clear and transparent for consumers. The specific disclosure type is chosen by the Creator while creating their content. The disclosure options are as follows:
Blog Post Disclosure Options
- "This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name* for The Partner. All opinions are 100% mine."
- "This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of *Brand Name*. All opinions are 100% mine. "
- "This post brought to you by *Brand Name*. The content and opinions expressed below are that of *Blog Name*."
Twitter Disclosure Options
Creators write their Tweet inside of the platform. They are then able to choose a disclosure from one of three different disclosure styles which will appear at the end of their content, before the required link. Creators see a preview of what the final tweet will look like prior to release. The Tweet itself is released via the Twitter API.
Facebook Disclosure Option
Facebook Status Updates and Photos will include the following disclosure. There is no option to select another disclosure for Facebook posts:
Video Disclosure Options
The Creator will be asked to include the credit that you provide them in their Video. It will be in the form of text (pre-roll or overlay) or verbally mentioned and you will be provided with a timestamp where the disclosure can be found.
- Pre-roll: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will insert a brief (5-10 second) still image with the text “This video brought to you by *Brand Name* ."
- Overlay: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will overlay a brief (5-10 second) lower third with the text “This video brought to you by *Brand Name* ."
- Verbal: At the beginning of the video, the Creator will clearly speak the disclosure, inserting the brand name. For example: “This video is brought to you by *Brand Name*."
Instagram Disclosure Options
The Creator will have the option to select one of the following disclosure types to include in the Photo description:
You are also able to enable a banner to go across the bottom of the Instagram Photo as disclosure in addition to the disclosure in the description of the Photo: