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One Degree Monday April 11 2022

Eight In 10 Canadians Facing Fraud Fatigue While Some Risky Digital Behaviours Mount

Fraud fatigue is wearing Canadians down. A new survey from Interac Corp. shows that more than eight in 10 Canadians (86 per cent) are tired of receiving fraud attempts, which occur with alarming regularity – at least once a week for more than half of Canadians (53 per cent). Identity fraud is a concern with nearly eight in 10 (78 per cent) saying Canadians lack information on protecting their identity data online. Almost half (47 per cent) believe their information is at greater risk of fraud now than before the COVID-19 pandemic.

MUSKOKA 411

How the technology that powers crypto is being used for more than money

From powering cryptocurrencies like bitcoin to digital assets like non-fungible tokens (NFTs), it seems as though the blockchain technology is everywhere.

CBC

The Subscription-Based Subscriber Lifecycle

In this article, we’re going to explain some advanced content marketing strategies for subscription-based ecommerce stores. But first, let’s look at the lifecycle of a subscriber so we can better hone-in on how to change our strategies.

BOOTSTRAPPING

How to Turn Your Instagram Account into an Organic Sales Funnel

Instagram is a great influencer marketing tool allowing you to increase your reach through (sponsored) updates from micro-celebrities.

But can it be used to drive traffic to your site?

SMALL BUSINESS TRENDS

Do you need to take part in some social media hygiene? (VIDEO)

Many Canadians have spent a lot more time on social media since the pandemic began. And for some, all of that extra screen time can be a detriment. Resilience researcher Dr. Rumeet Billan joins Global News Weekend’s Mike Arsenault for a discussion on social media hygiene.

GLOBAL

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