Recently, Facebook announced it would be adding new “reaction buttons” to its commenting features. Though some jumped to the conclusion that this would be equivalent to a ‘dislike’ button, there was room left for interpretation about what exactly the buttons would do.
Every time a direct seller has an issue with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), critics of the industry are quick to jump on it, hailing it as a step in the right direction towards shutting down multi-level marketing completely. They’ll say that it is finally being outed as an unsustainable business practice — that they’re all just pyramid schemes in disguise.
In the wake of recent FTC actions, a new pattern of consumer protection action has emerged: companies who go too far in their marketing or give the appearance of an anti-consumer bias may be putting their companies at great risk.
Judge John J. Tuchi yesterday amended his temporary restraining order in the Vemma case – and it has HUGE ramifications for direct sellers. Join us on Tuesday, September 22 at 1 pm Central for a critical update webcast to discuss these important industry developments.
Mark Zuckerberg just announced in a public Q&A that Facebook is working on adding a new button to its commenting features. Though some have jumped to the conclusion that this will be equivalent to a “dislike” button, Zuckerberg left room for interpretation about what exactly the buttons will do.
Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam will be presenting at the 2015 DSA Annual Meeting. As usual, Gilliam will deliver the latest cutting-edge content to the world's greatest direct sellers at this year's DSA event, which is set for June 1-2, 2015.
The FDA says it wants input on whether it needs to do more to ensure that remedies are safe and effective. This article from The Washington Post examines the desire of the FDA to revisit its oversight on homeopathic products.
Join us for a hands-on update on what your company can do to protect itself when it comes to online compliance as Momentum Factor Founder & CEO Jonathan Gilliam presents at the 2014 Direct Selling Association (DSA) Global Regulatory Conference in Washington, D.C. on October 15-16.