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"Guide prices" in ads for property auctions

28 July 2014

The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has sent letters to the property auction sector regarding the enforcement of an ASA ruling, published last week, that requires advertisers to give greater clarification around “guide prices” in ads for property auctions.

Our commitment to good regulation

14 July 2014

Today CAP and the ASA have published their commitment to good regulation.

Top tips for affiliate marketers

10 July 2014

The Copy Advice team have produced guidance on the top 3 things affiliate marketers should do to avoid running into problems.

Free claims: apps & games

10 July 2014

There’s been a great deal of buzz about the recent ASA ruling on an EA Games direct mailing for Dungeon Keeper and the claim “free”.  Read our guidance here.

Complementary health check

26 June 2014

The Copy Advice team receives regular enquiries from practitioners of complementary therapies who are looking to ensure their ads comply with the Code. We highlight the common pitfalls as well as the help and advice we offer advertisers.

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