SnapGirlz Endorses WeMe, New Private Social Network

Lila Gray

LOS ANGELES — Reporting a successful first year in business, SnapGirlz has endorsed a mobile platform called MeWe, a new private social network.

“This new app we’re using is fantastic” SnapGirlz CEO Nick Stone said. “It allows talent the ability to post pictures, video clips and voice notes exclusively to their own community of fans and charge for it.”

The endorsement of MeWe comes in the wake of Snapchat following in the anti-adult footsteps of Vine.

“Though the content in MeWe isn’t ephemeral, our fans have rejoiced knowing that they have access to all previous content which is always available to them,” Stone added. “We’re the perfect next step if talent have a large Instagram following, and are afraid their account might be deleted due to what they show.”

As a social monetization service, SnapGirlz continues to work with talent to customize an experience tailored to each performer.  Now that direct deposit is the standard method of paying talent, SnapGrilz says doing business is even more convenient.

“SnapGirlz allows me to charge a monthly membership to my fans for content I can’t post on Instagram and don’t show for free on Twitter,” explained performer Dakota Skye. “It’s safe, fun and the fact that I can interact with all my members in one place makes it really cool.”

For more info, visit SnapGirlz at SnapGirlz.com.

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