1. Articles in category: Snapchat

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    1. Why It Matters That Millennials Spend More Than 2 Full Days a Year Taking Selfies

      Why It Matters That Millennials Spend More Than 2 Full Days a Year Taking Selfies

      You already know the common stereotype of Millennials: They're needy, overindulgent, and entitled. You might tack on narcissistic, too. This generation of Americans take on average at least one selfie a day, according to various surveys dating back to 2014 and more recently. Over an average lifetime of 75 years, that's more than 27,000 selfies. Let's unravel this a bit more: Millennials, generally believe to encompass those aged 18 to 34, spend an hour a week taking selfies.

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    2. These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      When Snapchat burst onto the scene in 2011, it became a sensation among teenagers who loved the idea of sending messages that disappear. In a social media landscape dominated by platforms like Facebook and Twitter that leave a permanent record of your activity, the impermanence of Snapchat's images and videos was a breath of fresh air. Five years on, it's clear that Snapchat wasn't a gimmick.

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    3. These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      When Snapchat burst onto the scene in 2011, it became a sensation among teenagers who loved the idea of sending messages that disappear. In a social media landscape dominated by platforms like Facebook and Twitter that leave a permanent record of your activity, the impermanence of Snapchat's images and videos was a breath of fresh air. Five years on, it's clear that Snapchat wasn't a gimmick.

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    4. These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      When Snapchat burst onto the scene in 2011, it became a sensation among teenagers who loved the idea of sending messages that disappear. In a social media landscape dominated by platforms like Facebook and Twitter that leave a permanent record of your activity, the impermanence of Snapchat's images and videos was a breath of fresh air. Five years on, it's clear that Snapchat wasn't a gimmick.

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    5. These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      These 5 Startups Used Snapchat To Boost Their Brand (And So Can You)

      When Snapchat burst onto the scene in 2011, it became a sensation among teenagers who loved the idea of sending messages that disappear. In a social media landscape dominated by platforms like Facebook and Twitter that leave a permanent record of your activity, the impermanence of Snapchat's images and videos was a breath of fresh air. Five years on, it's clear that Snapchat wasn't a gimmick.

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    6. Viacom Extends Deal With Snapchat To Include Selling Ads On Its Behalf | Fast Company

      Viacom Extends Deal With Snapchat To Include Selling Ads On Its Behalf | Fast Company

      Viacom, the owner of television networks including MTV, Comedy Central, BET, VH1, and Nickelodeon, has signed a multiyear deal with disappearing messaging app Snapchat to sell ads on the app’s behalf, confirms Reuters. News of a likely deal was first reported by the Wall Street Journal. Terms of the deal include giving Viacom the right to sell ads against its own content on Snapchat as well as to sell ads for Snapchat’s U.S. inventory, a Snapchat spokesperson told Reuters.

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