Why you should be on Snapchat and not Facebook: Why digital marketing is a winning business model

Snapchat is now one of the hottest social networks on the internet, and it’s starting to get people excited about the company’s digital marketing strategies.

This is a good thing for a lot of reasons, but one of them is that, unlike Facebook, it’s free.

That’s a big deal, as it’s the most-used social network in the world and Facebook has a huge advertising budget.

And with a platform like Snapchat, advertisers don’t have to worry about spending any money on ads on Snapchat ads.

It’s all free, but you have to spend some money to use it.

And that means advertisers can charge people based on what they see on Snapchat, rather than what they pay for ads on Facebook.

The good news is that advertisers aren’t paying a lot, so they don’t need to spend a lot to get an average of $100,000 per month from Snapchat advertisers.

But the good news also means Snapchat ads are cheaper.

It means you can pay someone $10 to use an ad, and the average Snapchat advertiser can earn $20.

That makes Snapchat a very attractive proposition to advertisers, who are willing to spend more to get their ads seen by their target audiences.

But that doesn’t mean Snapchat ads have been the best way to get more engagement from users.

While Snapchat ads work well, they’re not particularly great at getting people to click on ads.

That means that advertisers will spend more time and money to get the message out.

This makes Snapchat ads less valuable for brands because they can’t charge higher prices for their ads, or at least not until the time that the ad clicks.

In fact, if you’re going to charge more for ads that do not generate more engagement, you’re not going to make people click on those ads.

Snapchat’s ad revenue is not very high, and its margins are not very good.

That said, Snapchat’s revenue has grown in the past few years, and now it’s a top-five revenue source for most social networks.

It also doesn’t take long for brands to realize that their ads on social media are really good for them.

Advertisers will spend less time and resources to get them seen by users, and will be able to earn a higher ROI.

They can also get paid more money to do so.

If Snapchat really wants to be a successful brand, it needs to figure out how to figure these things out.

If it wants to succeed, it will have to figure this out sooner rather than later.