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The majority of Pictoline’s revenue — it’s profitable and brought in $1 million last year — now comes from creating sponsored illustrations for advertisers.
La mayoría de los ingresos de la empresa con sede en México provienen de contenidos visuales patrocinados por anunciantes. Son rentables: generaron 1 millón de dólares el año pasado.
O Pictoline provou não só ser sustentável mas também lucrativo: em 2016, ganhou cerca de US$1 milhão em receita.
“Verne has brought changes to the way we think about information at El País, and how we frame stories to make sure they have an impact on social platforms.”
“Verne ha traído cambios a cómo concebimos las informaciones en El País y cómo las titulamos para asegurarnos un mayor impacto en redes y plataformas sociales”.
From Facebook-only verticals to Telegram bots to an in-house Snapchat imitator, Juanfutbol is trying to thread the needle between social distribution and site loyalty.
“Say a member is talking about a mining problem in his or her community. We open this up: This mining company is linked to issues in another reporter’s country — why don’t you work together?”
The New York Times en Español is the Times’ latest attempt to grow its audience internationally.
When the Mexican digital news site Animal Politico obtained previously classified government documents on drug cartels, it wanted to figure out the best way to unleash the “great potential” of the data.
Mexico is the viral giant’s latest target for expansion. Will it continue leading with listicles and nostalgia, or is there more room for news in how it introduces BuzzFeed to new territories?