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Facebook f8 had a lot to like

Snapping back

Wall Street dropped Snapchat like a rock yesterday after its first earning report showed slower user and revenue growth than expected. Marketers, however, may still have reason to take stock in the millennial network. Social Media Today led the argument that investor pressure could lead to marketing innovation and Recode explained why Snapchat will not try to attain Facebook like growth but will instead focus on quality and engagement.

One immediate development has been the announcement of a self serve ad system that will open up the Snapchat inventory to smaller businesses. TechCrunch provided the details of how the “Ad Manager” will work along with some of the challenges that small businesses should anticipate. Screen shots are available in Business Insider.

The Ad Manager is still in beta, expected to go live in June. Snapchat has created a signup page for early adopters. Meanwhile, Hootsuite has published a helpful overview guide to all types of Snapchat advertising.

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