Snapchat, Instagram stories and Facebook stories. With so many options to choose from, where should you spend your energy?
Instagram vs. Snapchat
Since Instagram introduced face-filters, many users migrated from Snapchat to Instagram. It begs me to ask: What is the appeal of Instagram versus Snapchat?
The younger generation still enjoys the benefits of 10 second-or-less photos and footage. Recently, though, my cohorts opt for an Insta-story rather than a Snap-Story.
Why? One opinion suggests an Instagram Story reaches a wider audience and is more impersonal. There’s nothing I like better than shouting into a void. As well, it’s more convenient to have every function in a single app. While Snapchat caters to a more personal audience, or an “in-group”, Instagram delivers the same function in a wider context.
The Facebook giant is grasping at the coattails of the older generation. Facebook also introduced a story feature in pursuit of remaining relevant. Yet, only two of my 1,000+ Facebook friends use the Facebook story, which has led me to observe that the Facebook Story is a colossal flop.
The divide seems pretty clear. Snapchat caters to Generation Z, and Millenials opt for Instagram stories. Facebook, the monolithic giant, is losing relevancy.
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This article was contributed by Hailey Kobrin, our teen correspondent.
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