I think we should be focusing more on the users ability to mitigate online payment fraud. Virtual credit cards like these for example, can save people a lot of headache and also reduce liability on merchants (sort of).
Nice article highlighting the issues of online payment fraud. In my experience, virtual credit cards have been the greatest tool for mitigating fraudulent activity, I suggest everyone get to know how to use them.
Also a reminder that if your A record set is set to ALIAS from S3 bucket, you’ll need to choose IPV6 (AAAA) when connecting the DNS at the end, provided that it’s enabled on the Cloudfront distribution.
Thank you for agreeing that it is an inevitable truth in the online space. When Google shut down my Adsense account for invalid traffic, they seemed to think it was completely preventable by me. I was later able to find the source of the invalid traffic as well..
Nice article. I’d like to add that it’s critical how we engage social media networks. What we post/say on Twitter won’t have the same effect on Instagram or Facebook. Engagement is the work horse of a successful social media marketing campaign, but there’s no “one size fits all” model.
Nice article, very thorough and informative. I’d like to also add a comment that each social network is different in terms of how to best engage. What works for Instagram will not work for Facebook or Twitter, and a lot of businesses/brands seem to think their strategies are universal.