Instagram has banned the promotion of influencing products

Instagram as celebrities and large followers 
Product ads are as prevalent on Instagram as celebrities and large followers on social networks or so-called "influencers" have signed up to talk about clothing, food and other items.

The Instagram blog post stated, "Branded content that promotes vaping, tobacco products and weapons is not allowed. Our advertising policies have long banned advertising of these products and we will implement them in the coming weeks Will start doing.In June, new guidelines came after Instagram changed its policies, helping the brand turn an influential content ad into a sponsored content ad that appears on their feed with the tag "paid sharing". On the same day, the British Advertising Standards Authority barred tobacco companies from promoting e-cigarettes on social media sites, checking their Instagram posts.

Instagram has banned the promotion of influencing products

new users will be banned for effective advertisements on Instagram
Instagram reaches a lower demographic than Facebook's main social-media app, and can easily attract viewers through promotions from popular users of the platform. Influencers, which became popular with teens on Instagram, have specifically helped spread the appeal of e-cigarettes, and the US Federal Trade Commission is monitoring their campaign strategies. From next year, new users will be banned for effective advertisements on Instagram, alcohol and dietary supplements, requiring them to reveal their date of birth.

Just because they have new rules, does not mean they are implemented. A few years ago, following the FTC pressure on advertising, Instagram began asking Instagram to use a specific branded content tool to disclose the money behind its posts. Influencers regularly violate that rule with minimal results and sometimes do not even disclose whether they are paid to post about the product.

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