The bad news doesn’t seem to be slowing down for Snap Inc’s Snapchat. On top of app downloads falling 22% in the wake of a brutal assault from Facebook and Instagram, many on Wall Street have yet to be convinced that Snap Inc’s business model is a workable one for the long haul. But now the app, which is still popular among teens is having a hard time attracting marketers. In fact, Marketers are so skeptical that Snapchat falls behind other platforms like Pinterest and even Linkedin which has been beefing up its marketing capabilities. But don’t count Snap Inc out just yet. The company has been making some strategic acquisitions to bolster its marketing capabilities. Back in 2016 it purchased Israel based augmented reality start up Cimagine Media for a reported $40 million. Cimagine allows businesses and consumers to visualize what an item might look like in their environment. Then earlier this month the company dropped a reported $200+ million to acquire Placed which allows advertisers to track real world purchases and in store visits. Whether Snap will integrate these new capabilities effectively is a wait and see game. The company is still trying to figure out a lot of other things like how to keep Facebook and its Instagram division at bay because the social media giant is showing no signs of letting up in its all out assault.