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Snap Launches Context Cards; Partnering with OpenTable

Summary: Eighty percent. It’s a high metric for just about any type of user behavior. It’s also the percentage of Snap’s 166 million daily users who have taken snaps at restaurants.

Snapchat’s New Context Cards Make Snaps Searchable by @MattGSouthern

Next time you’re curious about what you see in a Snap, new context cards from Snapchat will have the answer. The post Snapchat’s New Context Cards Make Snaps Searchable by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Digital Marketing News: Twitter Happening Now, Snapchat Context Cards, LinkedIn Video Ads

Video Ads Are Finally Coming to LinkedIn (client) – When LinkedIn began allowing users to upload videos in August, video ads seemed like an inevitability, and they are now one step closer. LinkedIn announced today that it is running a closed beta test of video for sponsored content “with a limited number of advertisers.”  AdWeek Twitter [...]Show More Summary

Snap May Be Getting More Serious About E-Commerce With Context Cards

Earlier this week, Snap Inc. announced a new feature called Context Cards that provide users with more information about Snaps (photos and videos) shared on its platform, while opening up some new avenues for monetization for the company.

Snapchat Adds Context Cards and How Can They Help Your Small Business?

The goal of the new Snapchat Context Cards is to deliver more information on the Snaps you are watching. How can your small business use this functionality?

Snapchat’s new Context Cards brings ride-hailing, reviews and restaurant bookings into its app

Snapchat is becoming a more useful app with the introduction of Context Cards. The new feature will allow Snapchat users to find out more information about the Snaps shared by others, giving users access to things like restaurant reviews and reservations, ride-hailing, contact information and more. Show More Summary

Snapchat rolls out new Context Cards with helpful info on the the places your friends Snap

Snapchat is rolling out a new feature called Context Cards. Pulling one up gives you additional information on the places where a Snap was taken and allow you take action.

Snapchat now lets you call an Uber and make dinner reservations

Context cards are rolling out to Snapchat starting today, and more partners will be added as time goes on. Although Snapchat may still be seen by a lot of people as the app with funny face filters and not much else, a new feature isShow More Summary

Snapchat Context Cards Are About to Bring a Lot More Information to Snaps

Snaps will be packed with a lot more background information following Snapchat's launch of Context Cards Tuesday. The messaging application teamed up with launch partners TripAdvisor, Foursquare, Michelin, Goop, Uber, Lyft, OpenTable,...Show More Summary

Snapchat’s Context Cards turn it into Yelp for teens

Snapchat today announced it would be adding “Context Cards” to its suite of in-app tools. These Cards are information packets on the location where a Snap is taken, pulling data from several partner companies to give potential customers as much data as possible. Show More Summary

Snapchat update adds location-based Context Cards for reviews, business info, and actions

Snapchat is partnering with several services including OpenTable and Lyft to launch something new called Context Cards. These location-based cards bring relevant information like business hours, reviews, contact information, and travel options to Snapchat. more…

Snapchat’s new Context Cards use Snaps for spontaneous discovery

Snapchat is introducing a new feature that will transform the experience of using the apps at a fundamental level. They’re called ‘Context Cards,’ and they’re new ways to find out more info about any Snap shared by users, providing access to things like restaurant reviews, reservations, Uber and Lyft ride hailing, contact information and more. Show More Summary

SnapChat's Context Cards help you interact with the world - CNET

Swipe up on a Snap when you're out and about to see reviews, hail a ride or make a reservation.

Snapchat launches context cards to display reviews, maps, and other information on top of snaps

Snapchat is today rolling out a new feature that will display context-specific data on top of users’ snaps. The aptly-named context cards serve as an information overlay that varies depending on the content of a Snapchat post. For example, someone may send you a picture of a plate of food they’re currently devouring, and add […]

Snapchat adds restaurant reservations, reviews, and ride-hailing to Stories

Snapchat is taking a move straight out of Google's playbook with a new feature that adds restaurant reviews, reservation booking, and ride-hailing directly to snaps. The feature is called context cards, and it allows Snapchat to surface...Show More Summary

Snapchat's new Context Cards give users less reason to search

Snapchat users share millions of videos each day from businesses such as restaurants or hotels. But if anyone watching those snaps was interested in visiting those places, they’d likely have to tap a separate app, such as Google or Yelp, for more information. Snapchat is now trying to give those...

Snapchat dives further into search by partnering with TripAdvisor, OpenTable, Uber, and more (SNAP)

Snapchat is making itself a more powerful tool for location search by adding the ability to see reviews, contact info, directions, and more without leaving the app. The new feature announced Tuesday, called Context Cards, allows anyone...Show More Summary

Netflix’s Latest Hit Series Is a Boring, Soothing Japanese Reality Show

Reality shows today tend to be loud, drunken displays of rudeness set in the context of some kind of ruthless competition. Think of early seasons of Real World on MTV, with wild cards like Puck in San Francisco, or Flavor of Love with Flavor Flav on VH1, shows in which each season somehow had bigger...

Google News facelift focuses on showing you the facts - CNET

4 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

Cleaner card design makes browsing stories easier, adding tags that label stories' context, publisher and whether it's one of the most fact-checked stories of the day.

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