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July 24, 2017 12:18 AM
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We are living in the era where social media is the most powerful channel in order to acquire almost everything. Social media platforms will get you everything if know how to optimize them. The Snapchat is the most popular social media apps among the teens and almost everyone is aware of that. Not only business and enterprises to get the customers reach, but some brands are also using the social media portals to hire people.

We are living in the era where social media is the most powerful channel in order to acquire almost everything. Social media platforms will get you everything if know how to optimize them. Snapchat is the most popular social media apps among the teens and almost everyone is aware of that. Not only business and enterprises to get the customers reach but some brands are also using the social media portals to hire people.

Hosting a recruiting campaign for the Macdonald's proves that the presence of Snapchat among the social media giants like Facebook and Twitter can't be ignored. In the first quarter of the 2017 Snapchat scored with 166 million active users around the globe. The major portion of this number is covered by the Millennials which made its perfect for the Macdonald's to use a platform to fill the job positions.

This job recruitment approach to the job seekers via Snapchat can be considered as the stamp of approval that Snapchat could be used to hire people. Platforms like Linkedin, Glassdoor, CareerBuilder makes the profit from this service. This could be a great opportunity for the Snapchat to look into in order to multiply their revenue.

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