Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Is Your Small Nonprofit Ripe on the Vine?

A couple of weeks ago, Twitter announced a new video-sharing tool called 'Vine'. You download the app to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch (only mobile iOS devices are supported right now), then shoot up to six seconds of video. Once created, you can choose to share the video - which will continuously loop - on Vine, Twitter, or Facebook.

What does six seconds* of video look like? 

Get some ideas at Vinepeek, which continuously shows new Vine videos in real-time. MakeUseOf also has a few more sites you can look at: 5 Unofficial Ways to Watch Twitter Vine Videos.

To download the app, visit the iTunes store: Vine App

To learn how to use it, check out Mashable's article: How to Use Twitter's Vine to Create and Share Videos


Related Stories

Why Your Vine Video Falls Flat - Social Media Today
Five Ways Brands Can Use Twitter's Vine App - AdAge|Digital


*c|net says the videos are actually 6.5 seconds long, so knock yourself out with the extra half second, LOL.


To learn how to embed your Video on your website, take a look at Schmutize.com, where I got this looped video of catnip-besotted cats.


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