Short-form video platform Vine is celebrating it's third year of existence by showcasing the best content of the last year and releasing a new 'Trends on Vine' tool to help people uncover and understand how Vine trends originate and spread.
Everyone’s favo rite 6-second video app Vine has released an update, extending their recently upgraded search functionality to a new recommendations panel. And while video content continues to grow in popularity, Vine may be well-placed to capitalize on that increase in attention - if it can build a workable and beneficial way to incentivize its top creators.
Twitter-owned video platform Vine has introduced a raft of new features this year, all of which have added to the user experience. And as it's slowly and quietly grown, Vine has established a place within the wider social space, and could, possibly, be positioned to be the next big platform. Don't believe me? The numbers may tell the story.
Six-second video app Vine has released a new feature which enables users to 'remix' their favorite Vine clips by re-using the audio tracks. The capability will help expand the use of Vine for viral memes, spreading the reach of Vine content and the work of artists.
Have you considered using Vine as part of your brand's social media strategy? The platform is very easy to use, and given its six second time constraint, it can be a less daunting, and more creative, way to venture into video content.
Boasting 40 million registered users so far, Vine is delivering five pieces of fun and engaging video content to Twitter users each second. For brands that are already on Twitter, developing Vine-specific content is a natural next-step -- Vine videos can be seen directly in Twitter feeds and they drive much higher engagement since those videos are native to the Twitter platform.
A new report from Socialbakers shows that video uploaded direct to Twitter is closing the gap on YouTube for overall video content shared on the platform - and it's generating a significant amount more engagement.