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  • Snapchat: Still Growing Strong (Infographic)

    … is partially due to the growing influence of video across social media. Snapchat users are generating more than 10 billion views per day across the platform, an increase of 350 percent during 2016 alone. Snapchat also made a pivot with its ad offerings to better serve the platform. With sponsored filters and lenses, along with live and in-feed ads…

    Inside Facebookin Social- 16 readers -
  • The Value of Paid Social

    … Lenses and Geofilters or buying Snap Ads. Conclusion With the evolution of algorithm-based news feeds, organic activity is reaching fewer and fewer users. On top of that, users aren’t following or liking brands on these platforms as much as they used to. And since fans and followers only represent a very small percentage of a brand’s total audience…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter Retargeting- 30 readers -
  • Is Snapchat Accessible to Smaller Advertisers?

    … as much as $750,000 for just a 24-hour window. Its newer products, sponsored geofilters and sponsored lenses, were also expensive, sometimes costing millions of dollars. Over the past year, Snapchat has dropped its prices. It now offers programs that start at around $50,000, which, coupled with the API, suggests that Snapchat wants to make…

    AllTwitterin Facebook- 18 readers -
  • Snapchat Ad Revenue to Reach $935 Million in 2017 (Report)

    … assumptions for Snapchat products (including ads within Discover and Live Stories, sponsored geofilters and sponsored lenses) and monetization assumptions for non-U.S. users. According to eMarketer, Discover generates the largest share of Snapchat’s U.S. ad revenues, at 43 percent, but Stories will overtake Discover in 2017, generating 37.8 percent…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 17 readers -
  • Elvis Presley Lens Launches on Snapchat

    … Elvis may have left the building, but he just resurfaced on Snapchat. The Estate of Elvis Presley teamed up with Snapchat to launch an interactive selfie lens in celebration of the annual Elvis Week, which runs through Aug. 16. The lens will give Snapchat users Presley’s signature pompadour hairstyle and tinted sunglasses, and allow them…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 21 readers -
  • Why Snapchat Is Here to Stay

    … to appeal to young mobile users in new and creative ways through three advertising formats. Brand owners can sponsor Snapchat lenses—the animated creative experiences for users’ selfies—driving significant reach among a young and energetic demographic hard to reach via TV. They can sponsor Snapchat geofilters—the overlays that communicate a user’s…

    AllFacebookin Facebook Twitter YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Snapchat Debuts Lenses, Geofilters, Stickers, Bitmoji for Rio 2016

    … Snapchat announced a host of Rio 2016-related features prior to Friday night’s Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The application unveiled special lenses, geofilters, stickers and Bitmoji for the Games. The geofilters will be country-specific, with 50 countries available, and they will feature medal counts that will update…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebook- 13 readers -
  • Estate of Marilyn Monroe Launches Snapchat Account, Lens

    … Marilyn Monroe is alive and well, at least in the form of a selfie lens for Snapchat. The Estate of Marilyn Monroe teamed up with Snapchat to create the lens, which will be available through June 7. The official Marilyn Monroe Snapchat account also debuted Wednesday, and it will feature stories showcasing Monroe’s most iconic and memorable…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 8 readers -
  • What it Takes to Create a Video Ad on an iPhone 5S

    … the shoot. We spoke to Graeme Russell of , and Austin Reza of Reza & Co., the L.A. based Creative Agency behind the ad to confirm the lenses, and other accessories used during the filming. If you haven't yet seen it, take a look below. The behind-the-scenes info starts at 3:16. The Challenge: Produce a Professional Video Using Only iPhones…

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEO- 8 readers -
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