Snapchat 101: Learn from the Experts on How to Master the Platform


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Stumped by Snapchat? Well worry no more, We Are Social is coming to the rescue with Snapchat 101.

Long gone are the days when Snapchat was something your tween kid sister did with her mates. Snapchat is one of the world’s fastest growing messaging apps and now works with some of the world’s biggest brands, including Sony Pictures, McDonald’s, Taco Bell and Heineken. The app generates 6 billion video views every day, and there are 8,796 disappearing photos sent by its 100 million users every second.

Our 101 session will help you understand how you can get the most out of the platform. Our star line up of speakers, including Domino’s Head of Digital Nick Dutch, will help you understand why Snapchat has experienced a meteoric rise in a packed social media market – and how you can make the most of it.

You will learn:

  • What is Snapchat – its users, its features and where it is going next
  • How the best brands in the UK use Snapchat
  • Whether your brand should be on Snapchat – and how you can make the platform work for you
  • Snapchat best practices

Register here to join us for Social Media Week London, which returns this September 13-16 where thousands of leaders in media, entertainment, and technology will come together for an incredible week of events and learning!



SMW Staff

SMW News, Social Media Week

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