Don’t know where to start with Vine?
VINE continues to gather momentum as it starts to move from being the latest novelty to gaining a foothold in the ‘this could be useful’ camp. We get asked a lot about what makes good subject matter for the compact video clips and in reality it’s a bit difficult to tell at this early stage of it’s development.
We have however picked out a couple of articles that should serve as inspiration for those wanting get started and we have posted one of the clips we liked below. Take a look at this from SOCIAL MEDIA EXAMINER or this from TUMBLR.
Sample Vine video:
Not heard of Vine?
Today we’re launching Vine, a new mobile service that lets you create and share beautiful, short looping videos. With Vine, capturing life in motion is fun and easy. Posts on Vine are about abbreviation — the shortened form of something larger. They’re little windows into the people, settings, ideas and objects that make up your life. They’re quirky, and we think that’s part of what makes them so special.
We’re also happy to share the news that Vine has been acquired by Twitter. Our companies share similar values and goals; like Twitter, we want to make it easier for people to come together to share and discover what’s happening in the world. We also believe constraint inspires creativity, whether it’s through a 140-character Tweet or a six-second video.
Although we’ve joined Twitter, you don’t need a Twitter account to use Vine (but signing up is a little quicker if you do!). We are thrilled to be part of Twitter, and look forward to the opportunities we can pursue together in the future.
Starting today, Vine is available for free, worldwide, on the iPhone and iPod touch.