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A noble thing to do but unless all power users on Twitter follow your lead, you're not leveling the playing field for yourself!
Great article though, thanks for sharing!
Understood. However, Instagram's video feature serves a far better purpose than Vine for the reasons you mentioned. And, since Instagram is already upbiquitous in use and allows up to 15 seconds, it just seems like a no brainer.
I'm still watching and waiting (with anticipation) to see if Vine is able to gain more widespread adoption. Looking forward to what 2014 brings for Vine!
Hi, Andrew. There really hasn't been widespread adoption of Vine though, like so many marketers and brand managers had hoped.
One thing (as a department head at an agency) I have to consider, is: "do we want to get some of our clients on it now, or wait until, if it is, adopted more widely by the public?"
It's a question I have to ask when considering new(ish) platforms to market with.