I just realized I should have posted this shot on June 21st Solstice I just a few days late! Time went fast and I had to head back to the bus. I did enjoy the visit it was Friday and the drive back took about 3 hours to London! Whew! I was glad I visited. Now is Easter Island next? LOL I post another close up shot in a few weeks and post some historical details on Stonehenge.
I knitted an icelandic sweater for me once. I made up my own heart pattern. I got lots of comments on it, but did end up giving it away to goodwill. The Bureau said on Thursday it sent letters to nearly 100 brands and agencies, asking them to review their practices, after reviewing marketing practices of influencers across health and beauty, fashion, technology and travel industries.share a responsibility with influencers when they post advertisements on social media, as they may be liable for false or misleading content, the Bureau said in a press statement, noting that it wants to make sure consumers can easily determine when posts recommending goods or services are being paid for.Embracing the enemy: Canadian banks partnering with fintech firms after once seeing them as rivalsEntrepreneurs beware: Behind the label of visionaries can lurk mental exhaustion and depressionOne company video marketing strategy that helped rack up $6 million in salesWith the explosion of the likes of social media sites such Twitter and Instagram over the past decade, businesses have been tapping social media channels to promote their products and services, paying social media entrepreneurs so called with large followings tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars for the promotional posts.The bureau says marketing firms must work with influencers to make it obvious to consumers when a recommendation is actually an advertisement.share a responsibility with influencers when they post advertisements on social media, as they may be liable for false or misleading content, the Bureau noted.For example, a beauty blogger may be supplied free lipstick in exchange for a post drawing attention to the cosmetics company, complimenting its flattering shades.navigating the digital marketplace, consumers often rely on the opinions shared by influencers, Matthew Boswell, Commissioner of Competition, said in a statement. Make informed purchasing decisions, consumers must know if these opinions are independent or an advertisement. Ensuring truth in advertising in Canada digital economy is a priority for the Competition Bureau.