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A series of privacy scandals which plagued Facebook in 2018 hasn’t impacted the number of Australians using the platform. According to the the eighth annual Digital 2019 report commissioned by Hootsuite and We Are Social, Facebook has 16 million monthly average users in Australia, the same number as 2017 and

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Attribution will continue to remain aspirational in 2019, according to Kieley Taylor, Managing Partner, Global Head of Social at GroupM. But brands may be able to learn from China’s largest social media network, WeChat. The Chinese app has evolved far beyond messaging and is used to facilitate banking and payments,

More than 90 per cent of Australians don’t know how popular apps use or share their data, according to new research. The findings come as the ACCC begins its inquiry into how digital platforms collect and use consumer data and whether consumers are adequately informed of those practices. According to

Snap shares soared over 25 per cent following Q4 2017 financial results which revealed strong growth in daily active users (DAU) and higher than expected revenue. WHICH-50 Reader Survey: Help us improve Which-50 by taking our annual reader survey. You can also win prizes including Google Home, Google Home Mini,

Both Snap and Twitter have recently recorded disappointing performances in the digital advertising market, according to a new report from Forrester Research examining Q3 ad revenue. Forrester analysed the online advertising revenue generated by 13 key digital media companies, which together make up more than three quarters of the online

In its first quarterly results since going public Snap’s revenue grew 286 per cent year-on-year but still missed Wall Street expectations. For the quarter ended March 31, 2017, Snap reported revenue of $149.6 million, up from $38.8 million in during the first quarter of 2016. However analysts were expecting revenue

The shares of Snap will start to trade on the US markets today. The IPO price of $17 per share values the company at about $24B. Based on interest in the shares (they were ten times over-subscribed), the value of the shares, and the company, are likely to rise substantially

Snapchat owner Snap will list at a price of $17 a share, initially valuing the business at $23.6 billion, higher than Google for it’s IPO and in fact the third highest dotcom IPO valuation – behind Alibaba  ($167bn) and Facebook ($104bn). All the usual suspects are involved in the event including;

Snapchat’s parent company, Snap, is preparing for an intial public offering (IPO). But it seems that ordinary shareholders will not have voting rights. Shares in the newly public Snap will either be dual-class or multi-class. A dual-class structure creates two classes of shares, each with different voting rights; a multi-class