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Snapchat Geo Filters for your Event are a Must

Snapchat Filters are Everywhere!

Localized to your city or neighborhood, Geo Filters from Snapchat, give you a customized way to add a little context to your snaps. 

Custom Snapchat Geo Filters designed around your event give you way more style points as the host of your next event. 

Dallas Media Company Snapchat Geo Filters for Weddings

Dallas Media Company would love to design a Custom Snapchat Geo Filter for your Next Event

Whether you are hosting a holiday party, wedding shower, or company event, you should include a custom Snapchat Geo Filter. 

We can design a creative and unique filter for use at your event in as little as 48 hours. We will test your filter against an assortment of photos to make sure your filter will look its best. 

Contact our team today to get started!  


So share other people’s posts, make positive and intelligent comments, suggest resources and solutions, and rack up points on the karmic scoreboard in the clouds. Goodness will eventually flow to your posts, I promise.

Excerpt From: Guy Kawasaki & Peg Fitzpatrick. “The Art of Social Media.” Penguin Group, USA, 2014-12-03. iBooks.
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What is the Ideal length of a Tweet?

 The Ideal Tweet is 100 Characters  Twitter’s research indicates 100 characters is “the sweet spot for a tweet,” enjoying a 17% higher engagement rate. Tweets from 71-100 characters also do well probably because they allow room for retweeting and adding brief comments to the original tweet. So say enough to get your point across… but leave room for others to have their say, too.  (via  8 Rules of Success for Social, Email, and Blogs | Inc.com )

The Ideal Tweet is 100 Characters

Twitter’s research indicates 100 characters is “the sweet spot for a tweet,” enjoying a 17% higher engagement rate. Tweets from 71-100 characters also do well probably because they allow room for retweeting and adding brief comments to the original tweet. So say enough to get your point across… but leave room for others to have their say, too.

(via 8 Rules of Success for Social, Email, and Blogs | Inc.com)