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  • How The New York Times is Making News With Social Video

    …, YouTube, Vine, Twitter, and Instagram. Across all of its social profiles, the media brand boasts 15.2 million total followers, with 13.9 million of them (roughly 91%) hailing from Facebook alone. Thanks to these dedicated fans, NYT routinely pulls in millions of views a month from its video content. Here’s how the publishing giant runs its social video…

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  • What Will the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB Do Now That Vine Has Gone?

    …, that I’d be willing to spend hours and hours of my valuable time reviewing all of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit properties on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Vine. (I even double-checked the audience demographics of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit channel on YouTube and was shocked, shocked to find that 89% are male and 76.5% are 18-34 years…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Twitter YouTube- 31 readers -
  • Tubular Labs Announces 2016 #VideoAces Awards - Are You a Winner?

    …-watched media companies, brands, and personalities from the worlds of YouTube, Facebook, and Vine in 2016. Because we want to celebrate those who are moving the industry forward, the #VideoAces award winners will receive an exclusive custom-designed deck of cards featuring all the winning logos in their group. Along with the awards launch, Tubular Labs…

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEOin Facebook YouTube- 37 readers -
  • Twitter Converts Vine Website Into Archive

    … By David Cohen on Jan. 23, 2017 - 11:55 AM Vine may be gone, but Vines live on. Twitter announced last October that it would discontinue looping-video application Vine, adding in December that Vine would be replaced by a pared-down app called Vine Camera. That transition occurred Jan. 17. However, Twitter quietly turned vine.co…

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  • Vine Out, Vine Camera In Jan. 17

    … Twitter announced in October that it was scrapping stand-alone video application Vine, and it said last month that it would be replaced by pared-down app Vine Camera. Now we know when. The social network announced via a tweet on the Vine account that Vine would transition into Vine Camera Jan. 17. Update – the Vine app will become the Vine…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 24 readers -
  • The Top Trends and Insights for Video Marketing in 2017

    …, all of these were big stories that caught the attention of video marketers as well as the rest of the world. But, I’m talking about unexpected news and developments in the online video and internet marketing industries like the sudden death of Vine, the bewildering birth of Pokémon GO, the unforeseen delays in the adoption of virtual reality…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Content Google Twitter YouTube- 42 readers -
  • The 10 Best Brand Tweets of 2016

    … Once upon a time, there was a platform called Vine, where users could create six-second videos of backflips and dabbing Squidwards. Consumers tended to use Vine better than brands, but don’t tell that to DiGiorno, which managed to cram football, pizza, and bad friendship into one imaginative clip. DiGiorno’s Twitter is generally a fun…

    The Content Strategist- 37 readers -
  • Vine to Be Replaced By ‘Pared-Down’ Vine Camera App

    … Goodbye, Vine: Hello, Vine Camera. Twitter announced in October that it was scrapping Vine, its standalone application that allowed users to create looping 6.5-second videos. The Vine team revealed the next step Friday. In January, the Vine app will be “transitioned’ into a pared-down app called Vine Camera, which will still enable users…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 22 readers -
  • What Can We Expect for Influencer Marketing in 2017?

    … isn’t immune to the excitement of influencers. The demise of Vine and Twitter’s pending acquisition, which is so far a nonevent, might completely wipe the platform out from the influencer marketing platform race, but Twitter Moments feeds the curated news appetite of many audiences and remains a favorite platform of celebrities, politicians…

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  • 4 Reasons Why Vine Couldn’t Keep Up

    … and engagement can arguably become a make-or-break situation. Here’s a quick look at where Vine faltered, especially with regard to its once-loyal power users. Twitter acquired Vine in its infancy After a failed first attempt, Twitter successfully acquired Vine for $30 million in October 2012–before the then-three-person video application startup had even…

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  • Influencer Marketing in 2017 to Evolve into Brand/Agency-Owned Networks

    … the daily shares of more than 2 million people across Instagram, YouTube, blogs, Pinterest and Vine is that there are authentic people that you can discover and forge relationships with to be brand ambassadors and manage within your own influencer network. By owning these relationships and bringing these influencers into your own influencer network…

    AllFacebookin Social YouTube- 30 readers -
  • Three Ways Social Influencers Can Start Using Video

    … a funny experience or debating current news onscreen, peppered with scene cuts and ending with a call to action such as, “If you like this video, click here to check out more,” or, “Love this? Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more.” While the format is well-received, it may not work for everyone. Videos on Facebook, Instagram and Vine…

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