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Snapchat: A Look at its Acquisitions and Numbers in Latin America

Six years after Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, CEO and CTO of Snap Inc., respectively, developed their image exchange application at Stanford University, Snapchat has become a mainstay of the millennials’ social life—successfully evolving from a scorned application for sending fleeting photos to a messaging platform with new content formats.


Twitter Intros 140 Sec Videos, Launches its Version of FB Mentions

Twitter has announced that now users can create 140 seconds videos and tweaked its Vine app. What’s more, the company has launched its own version of Facebook’s Mentions app, called Engage, which allows creators to better manage interactions with their followers.With video Tweets increasing by over 50 percent since the beginning of 2016, Video is becoming increasingly central to the real-time conversations happening on Twitter.


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4 Essential Takeaways From Portada New York’s Conference

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#PortadaNY Soccer Marketing Key Takeaways from Allstate, Comcast, NYCFC and Scouts Sports and Entertainment

#PortadaNY Soccer Marketing Key Takeaways from Allstate, Comcast, NYCFC and Scouts Sports and Entertainment

Portada New York included two sports marketing panels, featuring Portada board member and Allstate Director of Sports Marketing Daniel Keats, Comcast’s Hispanic Marketing Director Alejandro Solorio, Portada board member and EVP, Managing Partner, Scout Sports and Entertainment Michael Neuman, and Jon Patricof, president of the New York City Football Club.