You May Have A Solid Marketing Plan... But is it Legal? Guide
This downloadable PDF Guide will walk you through how to ensure your marketing plan is legally sound and discusses topics such as: (1) sending emails to your list through an email marketing platform and utilizing email funnels correctly, (2) best practices for giveaways on social media, (3) social media copyright laws, (4) affiliate marketing yourself on social media, and (5) legalities of having an affiliate program.
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