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Canadians lost millions to scams in 2016.
Your entire "content portfolio" reflects who you are and hence becomes part of your personal brand. I believe anything that you comment, share, recommend and "like" are also part of your content portfolio.
Essentially, there are two key takeaways from Facebook changes that users can expect will only increase for the foreseeable future: First, they are likely to see more high quality content that tends to align better with their interests and behaviour. Second, it is likely that paid branded content will increase as organic reach decreases.
Is it any surprise that flashy headlines and fake celebrity death memes on Twitter get so much attention? In this era of digital narcissism, where our gateway to content is through the lens of the people we like and admire most, traditional and digital publishers must now grasp for attention in an even flashier way.