For Immediate Release
Unlock the Power of Snapchat and Instagram Marketing
Hancock, Philadelphia (August 24, 2016) –David D. Simons and Douglas Wong, the owners of Kingdom social media and Inkster Prints respectively announced the hosting of the first SnapChat & Instagram Stories event for Business Meet-Up group in Philadelphia, on Thursday, September 1, 2016.
The event will educate entrepreneurs on the untapped ROI of snapchat & Instagram marketing. Douglas Wong and David D. Simons will be offering advice on how to take advantage of emerging social media platforms Snapchat and Instagram Stories. They will offer tips, and tricks for marketers on how they can maximize both organic and paid marketing strategies, grow a users base and reach new high-value customers.
Social media is a new way of communication for the twenty-first century, and ever since Facebook floated its stock, businesses have been hard at work trying to crack how to exploit these arena’s best to generate leads and increase customer value. One key trait has become apparent; looking popular is the essential key to being popular, and a large following is a necessary endorsement for organic customers to begin following along.
As one of the fastest growing social networks, with over 150 million daily active users, Snapchat can help businesses engage their audience. Snapchat Geofilters are an excellent way for entrepreneurs to get their businesses in front of current customers and prospects.
Snapchat was previously created for multimedia messages referred to as “snaps”. Snaps can consist of a photo or a short video, and can be edited to include filters and effects, text captions, and drawings. A feature known as “Geofilters” was added in July 2014, which allows special graphical overlays to be available if the user is within a certain geographical location, such as a city, event, or destination.
With Instagram Stories, entrepreneurs do not have to worry about overposting. Instead, they can share as much as they want to throughout the day—with as much creativity as they want. Entrepreneurs can bring their business’ story to life in new ways with text and drawing tools. The photos and videos will disappear after 24 hours and won’t appear on their profile grid or in the feeds. Instagram has always been a place for people and businesses to connect. Moreover, now businesses can do so in more ways—sharing highlights and everything in between, too.
The event will be held at 1010 N. Hancock, Philadelphia, PA (The We Work Office); Inside the Piazza next to the big screen in Northern Liberties from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The Meetup page: www.meetup.com/Snapchat-for-Business/events/232899135 contains additional information.
For more information contact:
Kingdom Social Media