The sophomore season of one of the most successful original TV series by Netflix has recently come out at last. The audience’s anticipation was rewarded by darker and scarier episodes. Fans can expect a truly wild roller-coaster for all of their senses. But between watching the episodes, you can take a chance and get to know what their snaps are about.
Snapchat users love taking snaps, particularly applying geofilters and adding lenses. They don’t do these snaps for themselves, though. Communication with friends is the main reason for them to do it. Fostering these digital relationships on a daily basis is the key to understand the uniqueness of this mobile app. Without streaks (as Snapchatters call them), snapping is worthless.
Every minute of every day and every step they make, Snapchat owners struggle to grab their audience’s attention, and as aresultmake them not leave this mobile app. A core of this machine of engagementare24-hour snaps. It’s not everything, though. Snapchat has another secret weapon called trophies.
A mistake - one of few words that no one likes. Making mistake causes discomfort and triggers the feeling of guilt resulting from choosing a wrong way. We’re taught to associate blunders with shame. But it’s over. At least when it comes to marketing on Snapchat.
Every social media platform has its own heroes who are part of its success. Facebook has Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, for example. In turn, Donald Trump rules with his peculiar style on Twitter. What about Snapchat then? It might bea little surprise for you, but I don’t have the Kardashian family in mind, nor do Jenner sisters nor DJ Khaled cross my mind. Why? Because they are only a tip of the Snapchat iceberg. More interesting things happen beneath.