These “snaps” created with filters are viewed more than 1 billion times per day. As always, advertisers will find a way to follow the eyeballs, which is why sponsored filters have become a cash cow for Snapcha
If you’re a billion-dollar company targeting millennials and you’re not investing in a sponsored Snapchat filter, you’re already late to the game. Here are three steps brands can take to sponsor Snapchat filters in order to reach millennials.
Initially focused on courting advertising bigwigs like Gatorade and Taco Bell for sponsored lenses and video ads, newly public Snap has now turned its attention to smaller brands and businesses.
Snapchat’s parent company has been actively pitching on-demand geofilters to brands, as first reported by Mashable and confirmed by multiple ad agency executives interviewed for this story.
Have you thought about using Snapchat geofilters? When applied creatively, Snapchat geofilters can help you increase brand awareness, engage your community, and reach new audiences.
In this article, you’ll discover five unique ways to use Snapchat geofilters for business.
Want to design Snapchat geofilters on the go? Have you seen the Snapchat in-app geofilter creation tool?
In this article, you’ll discover how to easily create and purchase custom Snapchat geofilters from within the mobile app.
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Snapchat has worked with artists to produce local filters in its headquarter hometown of Los Angeles, but sources at Snapchat say the Miami filters produced with Artsy mark the first time artist geofilters have been curated as a cohesive collection.
From universities to agencies, Snapchat geofilters are emerging as the recruiting tool of choice — if you’re hunting for the type of employee likely to be active on the platform.
And now, a college student from San Diego has created his own on-demand geofilter to help him land his dream agency job.