However, many users need help with their accounts, which is counterproductive to the purpose of social media, which is to increase visibility. Even if you can produce the highest quality material, it won’t be helpful if no one sees it. Snapchat claims that users will see public profiles more frequently now that the app has recently added support. It can trigger in less than a minute, and who wouldn’t want their hard work to be recognized more frequently if it were that easy? Here’s how to set up a public website on your Snapchat account.
How to Make a Public Snapchat Page
Only the Snapchat app, not the website, allows you to establish a visible profile. Begin by going to your page and scrolling down to the Public description (or Profile) section. This feature may not yet be accessible because Snapchat appears to be introducing it in stages. If you have not seen it, return it in a few days or weeks.
If it’s available, select Make Public Page. It is turned on by clicking it.
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How to Update and Publicly Share Your Snapchat Profile
After the public biography displays, select Edit Profile to enter your information. (If you’d like to share it.) But, in the end, that is the primary goal of the feature.
You can include items like:
- Complete name
- A personal photo that, strangely, is not your Snapchat avatar.
- A banner picture.
- Your city or address
- Your subscriber count.
- Snapchat stories that have already been released that you want to share.
You can always choose Preview Profile to see how it looks from the outside.
Tap the “More” icon (three dots) in the top right corner to share the page. Following this, choose the option to Share Profile > Share Profile URL. Clicking this button will open your device’s sharing menu, where you can then send the public profile link to any installed app.