Konnor Meyers
Content Writer | Copy Editor

Konnor graduated from the U of M with a major in Strategic Communication in 2016. Over the course of his student career, Konnor worked on advertising campaigns for juice drinks, hotels, pizzas, drumheads, and just about everything in between. When not working, Konnor is usually playing music or reading a good book. He’s been playing drums since he was 13 and is attempting to learn piano. Progress is slow, but he’s getting there.

How did you come to be at Snap?

I applied online for a copywriting position at Snap shortly after graduation. We met, we fell in love, and the rest is history.

What do you do for Snap?

I’m a copywriter and content editor at Snap. Most of my time is dedicated to writing blogs and generating website copy.

What do you like most about your role?

We’re fortunate enough to work with clients who want to make our world a better place. They heat homes, provide emergency care, keep pets healthy as they age, and help people discover fulfilling careers, just to name a few things. I get to play a small part in sharing their stories with the world, which is pretty cool!

What do you like most about Snap?

Snap is such a lively place. We have dogs playing in the office, people joking and high-fiving over games of pool, and others making beer runs to the fridge. Some of that energy rubs off on me right when I step through the door each morning, and that’s something I really value.

What inspires you?

Music is my biggest source of inspiration. The lyrics inspire me to improve as a writer, the drum tracks inspire me to improve as a musician, and the bass lines inspire me to jam out on an imaginary bass.

What was your first concert?

Equal parts amazing and awful. Sun beating down, no shade, very little water. But up close and really getting into the music makes it worth it. I went to the Warped Tour, mainly just to see one band, ETID. Left with awful sunburn, and a lost raspy voice. It was a good time overall.

What can you never lead home without?

Some paper and a pen. Ideas come to me in big bursts and then leave immediately after, so I’m in trouble if I don’t jot them down. My phone would work too, but it’s so much tougher to draw doodles on that thing.