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Snapchat’s redesigned app improves engagement for publishers

Snap has been struggling over the past year with Facebook cannibalizing its core product with the power and cumulative billion dollar strong userbases of Instagram and WhatsApp, but signs are emerging that the company’s fortunes are on the way up. The firm issued a redesign to attract more users and stem the haemorrhage, rolling it out to […] Read More: Snapchat’s redesigned app impro
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