Snapchat may move into scripted content, which would help further diversify it’s product offering in the content media space. On Wed (Aug. 23), Snapchat’s head of content, Nick Bell, mentioned (via Variety) that Snapchat was likely to push into scripted content via its Snapchat Shows by the end of 2017. Snapchat views its Snapchat offshoot shows to “The Voice” and “The Bachelor” as a way to boost and strengthen viewership for already popular television shows
Snapchat exploded into our lives in 2011, fast becoming an insanely popular way to capture and share photos. If you are in the midst of wedding plans and want creative ways to take, share and display photos, consider Snapchat as your go-to tool: it certainly has a few surprises up its sleeve. In this article we'll show you ways you can use Snapchat as your own personal social photo booth, create custom wedding geofilters, and add custom stories that allow guests to upload wedding videos and photos into your own chain.
If you can't keep up with the social media platforms of the moment, you're not alone -- ways to like, share and DM are popping up all over the place. Some thrive, some fail, and some are just silly (the Yo app comes to mind). One darling of the tech industry that has become the favorite app among teenagers is Snapchat. The app is available for both iOS and Android, and it's all about capturing little moments throughout the day that create the story of your life. And sharing it, of course.
New to Snapchat or looking to find more people to follow? Similar to Twitter, Snapchat has grown massively in popularity, especially among the millennial generation. Various celebrities and influencers focus on different platforms to connect with their fans and followers (ex. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), and Snapchat is a great medium for them to share quick photos and videos.