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Why You Want to Work at Snapchat

why you want to work at snapchat

Work­ing at Snapchat is so much fun it was hard to get work done. That’s what some Snap employ­ees are say­ing. But with an audi­ence of over 300 mil­lion peo­ple who use Snapchat every month this could be the place to work at if you want to change the world. Every month the equiv­a­lent of every­one in the US uses Snapchat. Every day over 175 mil­lion peo­ple send Snaps. Snapchat reach­es over 41% of those between the ages of 18 and 34 and 71% of the Snapchat users are under the age of 34.  45% of Snapchat users are between 18 and 34 and the com­pa­ny is val­ued over $20 bil­lion dol­lars. Keep in mind that Snapchat is only 3 years old. Snap is a pub­lic com­pa­ny as of March 2017 and expects to gen­er­ate over $750 mil­lion dol­lars in 2017.  While its excep­tion­al growth has slowed since going pub­lic 300 mil­lion users is a lot of adop­tion. What is SnapChat? Snap says that they are a cam­era com­pa­ny and that rein­vent­ing the cam­era rep­re­sents their strongest way to improve the way peo­ple live and com­mu­ni­cate.  They want their users to “live in the moment, learn about the world, and…

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INTERVIEW: Could “Small Data” be the key to Social Media, Victor Pineiro at Big Spaceship thinks so?

INTERVIEW: Could "Small Data" be the key to Social Media, Victor Pineiro at Big Spaceship thinks so?

Roy Weiss­man of MediaJobs.com spoke with Vic­tor Pineiro from Big Space­ship on a wide range of impor­tant Social Media issues in the indus­try today.  Espe­cial­ly those involv­ing adver­tis­ing and how to gauge suc­cess for your social media out­reach endeav­ors. Lis­ten in or read along as Roy Weiss­man talks with Vic­tor about why he believes that “Small Data” is crit­i­cal to social media. You can lis­ten to the inter­view as well as read it below: Roy:                       My name is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com, and we’re talk­ing with Vic­tor Pineiro, the Vice Pres­i­dent of Social Media at Big Space­ship. Vic­tor over­sees the agen­cy’s social media and con­tent team. Over the course of his tenure at Big Space­ship, he was the lead copy­writer and strate­gist for Skit­tles dur­ing its first three years on Face­book and Twit­ter. His clients have includ­ed Google, Cray­ola, Wrigley, Lucas Film, Sonos and Chobani. Vic­tor was list­ed in Busi­ness Insid­er’s 30 most cre­ative peo­ple in social media, and he’s a fre­quent con­trib­u­tor to Ad Age, Digi­day, Fast Com­pa­ny and Mash­able. Wel­come, Vic­tor. Vic­tor:                   Thank you. Thanks for hav­ing me. Roy:                       It’s a plea­sure. One thing I want to men­tion, could you tell us a lit­tle bit about Big Space­ship? How…

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Fusion on Snapchat Discover Channel — You Know Nothing about Content!

Fusion on Snapchat Discover Channel - You Know Nothing about Content!

Fusion a TV net­work start­ed by ABC and Uni­vi­sion is on its way to grow­ing in an unex­pect­ed out­let, that being Snapchat’s Dis­cov­er chan­nel. Since Jan­u­ary of 2015 they’ve been up to some inter­est­ing things and are now on to adding five more orig­i­nal shows exclu­sive­ly on the Snapchat Dis­cov­er chan­nel. They are try­ing to fig­ure out what peo­ple are inter­est­ed in and what they’d like to watch. Fig­ur­ing out on which media plat­forms, like TV, YouTube, Insta­gram or Snapchat is impor­tant to them. In Feb­ru­ary they had run a 7 episode show called Out­post which they’ve already picked up for a sec­ond sea­son start­ing on April 22. For the new shows, they are aim­ing for unscript­ed and an inter­na­tion­al audi­ence, oh and did we men­tion the chan­nel isn’t avail­able here in the U.S. yet? The episodes run between 2–3 min­utes and will have at least 6 episodes to view. Fusion is def­i­nite­ly seek­ing spon­sors for these shows but isn’t mak­ing it a neces­si­ty to release the con­tent. Boris Gart­ner, strat­e­gy offi­cer for Fusion said, “One of the great things we’re doing with Snapchat is test­ing for­mats and types of con­tent”. One of these cool exper­i­ments is each of the…

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