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A UK charity believes that alcohol companies are specifically targeting minors when they promote their products on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. They recommend that alcohol advertising should be banned on social networks.
Before last month, you never would have seen a Promoted Tweet advertising an alcohol brand on Twitter. But now that its demographics have shifted to an older age bracket, ad space has been opened up to alcohol – and Jack Daniels, the famous Tennessee Whiskey, is the first to buy a Twitter ad.