In SnapChat Vs. Facebook, the gloves are off and the competition is heating up.  As the fight for advertising revenue intensifies between the two social media giants, the tactics will get dirtier, and the prizes will become bigger. Yet, in the midst of all this, one question remains: what will the fighting mean for journalistic publications that use these platforms to boost their profile across social networking sites? Facebook on top As ...

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