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If you’re going to stand out then you need to do something out of the box, right? This particular strategy of SnapChat Marketing for Brands isn’t just out of the box, it’s memorable.  Plus, it provides a great return on investment for brands.  Get ready to see how easy it really can be to start incorporating video into your marketing strategy as an influencer.

SnapChat Marketing for Brands: An Influencers Guide

Not sure how SnapChat fit into your marketing plan? Not to worry! My SnapChat Marketing for Brands: An Influencers Guide gives you a step-by-step tutorial as well as a video tutorial to take your business to the next level.

I have to admit that I was extremely hesitant to jump on board with SnapChat last year.  I was overwhelmed enough with all of my social media channels and I just did not want to add one more thing to the laundry list of things that I do for my site on a daily basis.

In stepped my ever hip and business savvy, sister-in-law who literally took me by the hand and stated, “It’s not that hard.  Just hold the button down dum-dum.”  We might have a had a cocktail or two at this time so I giggled through messing it up multiple times, but soon found myself loving it.  SnapChat is my freedom!  I know that sounds crazy, but as a blogger I found myself often boxed into a corner as far as what I can share.  People don’t want to see my messy house or my kids swimming every five seconds.  Now I even get to share stories about how I slipped in our puppy’s pee and bashed my knee.

As an influencer you need to have a marketing strategy though.  Otherwise, at least in my mind, I could and should be doing something else that I can see some ROI on.  Part of my strategy as an influencer is to work with brands. Last week I posted How to Make Money as an Influencer and in it I shared my 9-Point Pitch Checklist, which pointed out that it was necessary to show brands what you do for them that no one else could.  Recently I also released my 10 Day Pitch Perfect Challenge.  You can join in HERE.

10 Day Pitch Perfect Challenge

 

Here’s my memorable piece of my proposal to brands–SnapChat Marketing for Brands

If you’re not on SnapChat yet then I highly recommend reading this Beginner’s Guide to SnapChat by Mashable.  Be sure to follow me on SnapChat as MelroseFamily as well.  The memories feature that I talked about in the video above was only developed the first week of July 2016 so it’s not included in the beginner’s guide.  In my opinion, the memories feature on SnapChat makes it a marketing tool for all influencers to exploit.  You can now take a 10 second video that usually disappears in 24 hours and compile it with other videos and save it.  Once you save it you can share it across social media and use it as you wish.

You’ll find the memories option on SnapChat within the opening screen where you would take a photo of video.  It’s a small circle just below the camera button.  If your memories screen is empty then you can go to your camera roll and choose which videos and pictures you want added to your memories.

If you click the check mark in the upper right hand corner you can then scroll through the saved pictures and video and touch them to compile them.

Once you have selected the videos and pictures that you want to compile into a story, click the icon down at the bottom that is a circle with a plus sign.  This will create a story that is now saved directly into your memories.

You can choose to share this compiled story to your live story {timeline} or download it to use in the future.  In order to download or share it, click the check mark up top again and select the story that you just created.  Down at the bottom you’ll see an arrow pointing up with a box underneath it.  Click that icon to get all of your options for sharing.  To share to your story or timeline as I prefer to call it, instead of clicking the arrow coming out of a box, click the arrow in the far right hand corner.  You’ll then have the option who to share it with.  If you hit story then anyone that follows you will see it.

Video is definitely here and now.  There is no denying it and if you’re looking for an inexpensive way to jump on board and get your feet wet then SnapChat is the way to do it.  Happy snapping!
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  • Diane Roark


    Thank you for the help with SnapChap. All my teens and young adults use SnapChat, but I had no idea I could use it to help my blogs. Like you, I have been slow to jump on because my plate is overflowing with social media and I did not want to learn something new.

    Looking into Snapchat!
    Thanks,
    Diane Roark

    • Jenny Melrose


      I love it! I hope you enjoy it as well!

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  • Dawn


    Thanks to your video…I FINALLY got on the snapchat wagon. Still haven’t figured it out yet but thanks for giving me the push to at least snag my user name! 🙂

    • Jenny Melrose


      I’m so happy to hear that Dawn! It’s my favorite form of social media because it’s the uncut version of life, which we often tend to hide.

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