Don’t miss this special webinar tomorrow, April 26th at 10am PST (Noon CST) hosted by Ads4Dough.

As you know Ads4Dough is always trying to help you grow your business and make it more stable. We’ve been getting tons of questions about the latest FTC actions and as you know we’re not legal counsel. However we have a great team that handles all our of internal compliance.

And guess what?

They’ve volunteered to do a free Q&A webinar with you, about the current events.

So if you:
Have questions about the recent FTC news…

Join us Tomorrow Tuesday, April 26, at 10am PST for a FREE webinar.

Rob Berkowitz will be talking about how we can stay compliant and still convert within the FTC guidelines. He’ll also have some practical real world insight into what has changed.

But because this webinar is about you; most of the time will be dedicated to answering YOUR questions.

To get even better answers to your questions Rob has requested you send in any questions you have in advance. Please email them to , that way he’ll be able to get some examples and screen shots for the discussion in advance.

We look forward to seeing you on the webinar tomorrow morning.

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

11 thoughts on “Dont Miss The Ads4Dough FTC Compliance Webinar”
  1. I’ve read info put out by Rob on this delicate balance between being compliant AND making sales before and it made all the difference on a diet PPV campaign I ran last month. Besides, there’s no use in making a hundred conversions per day if you don’t get to keep the revenue generated because you are against the guidelines set by the FTC and the merchant’s TOS.

  2. Registered! Looking forward to see this special webinar. Got a few questions about FTC guidelines.

  3. Sad I missed it. Is there going to be a posting of audio/video anywhere for this?

  4. It seems that i have missed it 🙁

    Should visit shoemoney everyday later.


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