The report discusses the 'limitations' which makes Vine such a standout platform in the increasingly crowded marketplace of social media; namely, its 'six-second' time limit functions.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Out of the many products launched for social media out of the last five years, one of those products which has managed to secure a nice niche for itself is Vine. Founded in 2012, it has since been acquired by Twitter for less than year of its existence and has since managed to see rapid growth in both its user base and its customizability, with the last update being announced just this August which features a whole slew of tools to encourage “casual” users to give the app a try.
Considering how dozens and dozens of similar apps online are competing for attention, many people still wonder whether it is worth their time to make the jump to a new platform like Vine or not. However, Vinamy has recently published a new report which makes a case for why new users today should have no trouble using Vine for their purposes. The article, entitled ‘How to Make the Best Vine Videos for the World to See,’ is an updated guide that uncovers recommended cutting-edge techniques which readers can use for taking better videos and content for their Vine accounts.
The report consists of a wide range of tips and tricks even for beginners who have no previous experience with editing videos. In the first part of the article, the report discusses the “limitations” which makes Vine such a standout platform in the increasingly crowded marketplace of social media; namely, its “six-second” time limit functions, which forces its users to think of very creative ways to make their respective statements by working their way around said limitation.
In the second part of the report, the article also indicates how users can take advantage of Vine’s native functions to determine the kind of content they would want to adopt as “subjects” for their videos, in particular, the report suggests several “hashtag” topics readers can start researching on, as well as “visualizing” how one’s video will look by the time one has finished recording it.
David Fisher from the site Vinamy.com says of the report, “The article is a really useful guide for beginners who are looking to leverage the functions of Vine for their own respective purposes. This report will surely help them take creative and memorable videos that are worth sharing and even selling.”
To read the full article, please visit the website at http://vinamy.com/best-vine-videos/.