Advertising Compliance Service Establishes
Strong Presence in Social Media Arena
Roxbury, NJ, 10/22/10 - Advertising Compliance Service is establishing quite a presence in the social media arena with a rapidly growing, and meaningful, presence on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
John Lichtenberger, Publisher and Editor in Chief of Advertising Compliance Service has a carefully cultivated list of over 8,000 followers on Twitter - including members of Congress, a former Congressman, several current and former Governors, two State Attorneys General, numerous large advertising agencies, and well over 1,000 attorneys and/or law librarians across the U.S. John notes that AdvertisingLaw ranks No. 6 out of 1,748 lawyers on Justia.com's prestigious LegalBirds - Legal Professionals on Twitter (as of 10/22/10). This is significant since this is based on AdvertisingLaw's community followers "from the community of legal tweeters (on LegalBirds)." AdvertisingLaw also ranks quite high on LexTweet, ranking #114 (as of 10/22/10) out of 7,032 legal community tweeters. AdvertisingLaw is retweeted often and has a "Retweet rank" calculated as in the approx 99.1 percentile by retweetrank.com. John Lichtenberger also enjoys the professional interaction on Facebook with his 1,221 friends largely within the legal community. Why not join Advertising Compliance Service on:
- Twitter: http://twitter.com/AdvertisingLaw
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/advertisinglaw
- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/advertisinglaw
John shares many tips and insights on his experience in the social media world in Advertising Compliance Service with regular features and articles. While such social media entrants as Twitter and Facebook are important, they are only part of the information equation. After all, how much can you say in 140 characters (Twitter's limit) or within the often confusing confines of Facebook. Advertising Compliance Service's subscribers have obtained thoughtful analysis and detailed information since 1981 and will continue to do so long into the future.
In this increasingly fast-paced world, perspective is perhaps more important than ever. So whatever the changes in the landscape of advertising law will be, Advertising Compliance Service will be there with expert coverage and analysis. Though the trend may now well be to make advertising look less like advertising, the requirement to comply with advertising law remains a fact of life and advertisers will continue to have to comply with the plethora of advertising laws, rules, regulations and guidelines.
"Advertising Compliance Service provides its subscribers authoritative and important information in those areas important to every attorney who advises clients on advertising and marketing legal issues. And ACS has been doing so consistently for over 29 years." So said John Lichtenberger, Advertising Compliance Service's Publisher and Editor in Chief. In addition to these articles, here is a listing of some of the articles published in Advertising Compliance Service, written by many of the top attorneys in advertising law today:
- FTC Proposes Revised `Green Guides', by John Lichtenberger!
- Future of Self-Regulation of Behavioral Advertising, by Jeffrey S. Edelstein & Jane G. Pollack!
- FTC's New Endorsement Guidelines Raise Questions, by Scott J. Slavick
- Impact of Proposed Changes to the FTC's Guides on Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising (two-part article), by Anthony diFrancesca!
- Endorsement Guide Revisions' Impact on Blogging, by Liisa M. Thomas!
- Social Media Roundup [Regular feature], by John Lichtenberger!
- COPPA Settlement … Results in $250,000 Civil Penalty, by Liisa M. Thomas !
- Going Green Without Giving Up Your Greenbacks, by Christie Grimes & Christopher Loeffler!
- Advertisers: Be Aware of Legal Pitfalls of Going Green, by Ronald R. Urbach & Matthew Smith.
Mr. Lichtenberger pointed out that new subscribers to Advertising Compliance Service will receive all of the articles mentioned in this news release!
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