Caddle, a locally owned and developed digital couponing app, has launched its local offers with great partners across the Niagara Region, providing residents with discounts at their local restaurants, retailers and services.
As Canadians prepare for an emotional goodbye, we revisit some of the results of our #SummerJams survey, where Caddle users showed us what their favourite Hip songs are.
Caddle users have spoken. The #1 barrier to Canadians buying Canadian wine more often is awareness. 46% of users said they simply don’t think of Canadian wine when purchasing wine, while a further 19% said they would buy more Canadian wine if they knew what wine was Canadian.
The results are in for our #SummerJams survey!
The big headliner being that 68% of Caddle users like Nickelback! Surprise, surprise – who knew so many Canadians were Nickelback fans in secret.
Check out the post for more intriguing facts from our #SummerJams survey.
Caddle recently surveyed our users on the hot topic of Ad Blocking and Ad Skipping, and found that 45% use or have used Ad Blocking, while 63% actually stated a dislike for ads on the Internet. Not a dislike for all ads, but specifically online ads.
Why are online ads so infuriating to consumers?
We recently surveyed 2,000 Caddle users on how often they shop for clothes, and found that Caddle users like to keep it fresh.
Some 51% of users shop for clothing at least monthly, while 97% shop at least a few times a year. A whopping 71% have also purchased clothing online in the past.
Wow. Caddle loves Yogurt. Keep an eye out for a cash back yogurt offer coming up in July.
The results of our Yogurt survey revealed that 85% of Caddle users eat yogurt weekly, while only 5% eat it rarely or never.
9 our of 10 Caddle users also purchase two or more different brands of yogurt in any given year.
In a recent Caddle survey 66% of Canadians said they do not wear sunscreen when it is cloudy. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation (SCF) Up to 80% of the sun's UV rays can pass through clouds.
Don't forget to apply sunscreen 15 to 30 minutes before spending extended periods of time outside this summer, even when it's cloudy.
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