Recently Launched Penny Clicks Academy Creates Buzz, As Premium Guide & Walk-Thru Released by eMarketingChamps

Recently Launched Penny Clicks Academy Course Creates Buzz In Web Marketing Review Circles, As Premium Bonus Package Released by eMarketingChamps. Snapchat Copies Two Of Instagram's Features.

The recently launched Penny Clicks Academy is creating buzz in web marketing review circles due to its claim of teaching marketers how to get targeted traffic from Facebook for one cent per click. The launch of Penny Clicks Academy is well-timed to capitalize the findings of a new report discussing Snapchat's latest marketing feature.

Hanif Quentino, founder of eMarketing Champs, has released a complete review and premium bonus for the Penny Clicks Academy course, which can be viewed on his site:

Hanif considers himself as a legitimate Penny Clicks Academy review critic, mainly because of his extensive experience with facebook marketing and paid traffic optimization. Hanif recommends that Penny Clicks users take advantage of Snapchat's latest marketing features.

Snapchat has just introduced new features allowing users to share and rewind stories. Also, it has launched ‘World Lenses’ a feature that facilitates augmentation of reality for any user. Recently, Instagram copied a few features of Snapchat, but the tide has turned back around. When Instagram copied ‘Stories’ they added a new feature allowing users to rewind their stories. Well, Snapchat has followed suit with the recent update of the feature. It might seem like a smaller adjustment but it means a lot to many users, especially those who skip too fast on a story and cant’ go back.

On the other hand, ‘World Lenses’ the new feature brings about the ability to augment reality around any user. Even better, it’s easy for the user to share public stories with friends, yet another thing similar to Instagram. World Lenses is actually similar to the feature’ selfie-filtering lenses’ introduced a year before. However, the feature could only be applied to features in front of the user’s face and not the actual face. Basically, it could be applied to the world around the user but it wasn’t intended for that purpose. With the new feature, users can add a snowfall effect, bring about reality with clouds vomiting rainbows or allow pointing of a virtual flashlight. The original feature can be applied when using both the rear and front camera. However, World Lenses can only be used for the front camera only.

With the sharing feature, people can share snaps to their friends as private messages. Of course, this is similar to Instagram’s feature where people can’t repost or share other people’s photos but can only send them to friends through the private messaging feature. Well, the war between Snapchat and Instagram continues every day with new features that make things effortless for most users.

Hanif Quentino's complete Penny Clicks Academy bonus, in addition to his exclusive review, can be viewed on the following site:

Contact Info:
Name: Hanif Quentino
Email: Send Email
Organization: eMarketingChamps

Release ID: 147452