The actual Vine app may not be as popular as it once was but the 6-second medium that it created is still thriving like never before. It has been accepted by all forms of social media, not just it’s mother-ship Twitter. Even if your presence on the app isn’t as prominent as other social outlets you should still be using it to generate content for marketing purposes.
Video is fast becoming the most popular way to market within business, and with over 100 million people watching Vines every month according to TechCrunch, isn’t it time that you get on Vine if you aren’t already? The six second videos have turned social media users into overnight celebrities, as they pack comedy in to six second shorts, but it can be an extremely useful tool for your business. There are certainly advantages to using Vine, but you might want to think first about how you want your brand message to be delivered. Do you have a clear plan of
Despite being around for just over two years, short-form video sharing service Vine has been horrendously underused by brands, instead it has almost exclusively been the home and launch pad for many teen ‘vine famous’ stars. You may at times struggle to fight to get to the popular page but if done correctly Vine is an untapped resource of potential.
Influencer marketing is not new but it’s about to blow up on Vine. Are you ready to take advantage of it? Do you even know what I’m talking about? If you’re answer wasn’t a resounding YES to either of those you better read more.
Twitter has launched a new version of its hugely popular Vine app just for children. It features a feed of ‘hand chosen’ six-second loops being held up by adorable animated characters. There’s a promise to filter out all inappropriate content but what about ads?
Earlier this week we talked about why it’s a great idea to try out different social networks and find the one that works best for you. Since then we’ve spent a lot of time on Vine and have seen so much awesome creativity that we simply have to share it. These are great examples of just how much you can do in six seconds (well, six-and-a-half to be exact) and will get your creative juices flowing.
Vine is essentially Twitters baby and has taken the social media world by storm. There are some impressive user statistics which include the most downloaded app from the App Store in April 2013 and a user base of over 40 million. But what exactly is it? Vine allows users to to record 6 second videos which are continually on a loop – each video is called a Vine. Like Twitter, you build a timeline of other peoples Vines by following them and you can Revine (retweet) and favourite other peoples Vines too. The short nature of the videos breeds some