It appears that Snapchat either doesn’t desire influencers or doesn’t want to encourage them using their platform. At least that’s how Digiday sees the situation. Today they posted an article about the challenges a number of influencers are having with …
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Forbes Magazine was first published in 1917. One hundred years later, it is seeking to engage Millennial and Gen Z readers through technology advances. It’s website has 56 million visitors a month and claims nearly half are considered Millennials. Between …
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You’ve probably heard about Snapchat’s new sunglasses for video watching and recording, but did you also notice that the company is now calling itself Snap. The brand renaming comes at a time when use of the service is exploding. We …
Today Snapchat introduced its new feature called ‘Memories’. Designed to keep video posts around more than 10 seconds, Snapchat essentially has created a lock-box that lets users save some posts. Adweek speculates that this feature is designed for older users …
The Verge has an interesting story about several doctors branding themselves on social media. In this case, the primary social media used are Snapchat and Twitter. This novel approach is definitely helping these doctors become better known, especially to the …
According to Bloomberg from an article in Adweek, Snapchatters are now watching 10 billion videos daily! And the number is quickly growing. Sixty percent are produced by Snapchat users. Facebook reached the milestone of 8 billion videos watched in …