Marketing has become essential for streaming video platforms to connect with their audiences and Netflix has generated its own style. This month, Tijuana, a Mexican series starring Damián Alcázar, will premiere. Marketing has become essential for streaming video platforms to connect with their audiences and Netflix has generated its own style. We know Honduras Mobile Database that the Los Gatos, California company has the largest user base globally, with more than 139 million subscribers, but that does not mean it can afford not to promote its service. More if one considers that Amazon Prime Video registers about 75 million users, according to data published in Expansión and that Hulu, in the United States alone, has already exceeded 25 million subscribers.
All this without losing perspective that there are other players such as YouTube, HBO GO, FOX Play, to name just a few examples. Hence, these types of services must maintain a constant communication and marketing strategy. In the case of Netflix, we are already used to changing and refreshing its catalog, month after month. For April, the streaming platform maintains its strategy of nurturing its catalog with local productions, but with a global projection. Now the turn will be for Tijuana, a series created by Zayre Ferrer and Daniel Posada whose purpose is to pay tribute to journalism, a profession in which it often faces extreme situations. It is a production by Netflix Studios, Story House Entertainment, and Bad Idea, in which figures such as Damián Alcázar, Tamara Vallarta, Claudette Maille, Rodrigo Abed, Teté Espinoza, Roberto Sosa participates, among others.But Netflix cannot leave out its productions with the greatest impact, one of them is Chilling Brother Cell Phone List Adventures of Sabrina, a series created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa that will seek to consolidate what was achieved in the first season. Both productions are part of a combo, including several anime darlings that will seek to connect with the public in Mexico, a market that has attracted the attention of the main platforms. And no wonder, according to data from the IAB Mexico, the country has already become the third most important market for streaming video globally, only behind the United States and the United Kingdom.