‘Selfie’ generation armed with a new tool for vanity
Wednesday, August 7, 2013/
It was only a matter of time before someone created a product for the ‘selfie’ generation.
This extender tool allows you to take photos of yourself from over a metre away, rather than just however long your arm may reach.
While the market for this product has been booming since Facebook took off, it’s the rise of primarily photo-sharing social networks such as SnapChat and Pinterest that could send sales through the roof.
What new behaviours are emerging from social networks that you could capitalise on?
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