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A study performed by 7Park Data shows that shows strong growth in data consumption both in Europe and US following Discover’s launch. More specifically, data consumption grew from 100 and 150 MBs per user per week, to over 400 MBs and 600 MBs per user per week, respectively.
And although its growth rates have been slowing down, this doesn’t mean that it’s a bad sign for Snapchat. The fact that users consume more content within the app, shows that it is past its hyper-growth phase and reveals platform maturity signs.
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It seems that Snapchat did an extraordinary move here. By offering quality content to its audience it has helped brands grow their reach in younger demographics. Let’s see what the next quarters bring.
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