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After Reaching 22 Million Followers With Spanish-Language Content, Cultura Colectiva Makes A Play For US Viewers

The rise of publisher content on Facebook has allowed organizations from all over the world to find large audiences through short, shareable pieces of content. One of the companies that has benefited from that boom is Cultura Colectiva, a Mexico City-based publisher that has attracted more than 22 million Facebook followers by targeting consumers in the Spanish-speaking world.
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