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Put your products in front of an audience with $4.4 trillion in global spending power.2
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Snapchatters rely on each other when deciding what to buy — they say close friends are 4 times more influential on purchases than celebrities or influencers.3
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1 Data from Snap Ads Manager as of April 19, 2019. Percentages calculated by dividing addressable reach by relevant census figures. Addressable reach, location, and age data are subject to limitations. See https://businesshelp.snapchat.com/en-US/a/audience-size-tool for details.
2 2021 Global Cassandra Study commissioned by Snap Inc. | Base: Those with a monthly income N=12,710 respondents. Cumulative total of average by market. Spending power for the Snapchat Generation was calculated as follows: We obtained the average monthly income for each respondent. The sum of any expenses related to rent or mortgage, debt, insurance, medical expenses/healthcare, spending money given to others, and utilities was subtracted from this average monthly income. We then multiplied each respondent’s average monthly discretionary spending by 12 to obtain their average yearly discretionary spending and averaged these results within each country across the Snapchat Generation.
3 Snap Inc. survey of US Snapchat users, June 16–19, 2020. Age and location data subject to restrictions. See https://businesshelp.snapchat.com/en-US/a/audience-size-tool for details. Question: “Which of these types of people are most influential on you choosing products to buy or trying something new?”; 787 respondents.