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Growing Pains: How Agencies See Snapchat's Ad-sales Approach

Summary: As Snapchat’s parent company — recently rechristened Snap Inc. — gets closer to a public offering, ad buyers and brands are questioning whether it can continue to provide a high level of service without becoming inflexible in its sales approach. It’s a familiar narrative. Before Snap, Google and Facebook started...
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