Vine has given a voice to an array of new comedy stars who have mastered the art of telling engaging stories in just six seconds. Check out why established Viners Klarity and Jason Nash started creating content on Vine and how their Vines caught on with viewers.
According to the latest online video ranking leaderboard from Tubular, the most-watched Vine creators for December 2015 include top Influencers Lele Pons, and Thomas Sanders, as well as top sports brand the NBA.
Did you know that 34% of videos uploaded to Instagram contain an emoji in the caption? Or that 22% of Vines include an emoji in the description? We take a look at the top emojis used across both social video platforms.
We know that negative YouTube comments, when left unmoderated, can be devastating to a brand's reputation. But the same rules apply across all social video platforms. In this post we show you how to moderate Instagram video comments, and why.
Instagram remains one of the most important and relevant platforms to upload video content. But which creators are generating the most views on the site? We bring you right up-to-date with last month's most watched Instagram Video Creators Leaderboard.
You may be surprised to know that the top-ten most viewed creators on Vine for June 2015 were all individuals, and not big-name brands. So, can branded content really succeed on the micro-video platform? Absolutely. Brands don't have to create a Vine that reaches the whole audience, just one that reaches a target audience.
Instagram Video is an incredibly important platform for brands and marketers, and the more professional you can make the content, the better. We take you through a quick guide to uploading a pre-made, edited video to Instagram.
In a very short space of time, micro, or short-form video content has become a vital marketing vehicle for many top brands and creators. At ReelSummit 2014, we put together a stellar panel to analyse the current trends for micro-video and which direction it may be heading in. The panel discussed the state of the industry, and why and how brands should look to invest in short-form video content.
Nowadays, the average persons attention is fragmented across multiple screens and platforms, so marketers are in a kind of arms race to keep up, establishing footholds wherever they can. Vine, Twitter’s 6-second video application, has proved enormously popular, and savvy brands have already begun to establish themselves on the platform.
In this week's best branded Vines, we hit the red carpet with Delta, join our gaming friends on #PS4, wince along with Dollar Shave Club, drink along with Pepsi Max, and learn that girls only want one thing at Taco Bell.
Hewlett-Packard does amazing things with oranges - on both sides of the Atlantic, Greenpeace turns to Lego to raise awareness of the devastation that an oil spill can bring, and we see how Red Bull literally gives you wings. Welcome to the best Vine videos of the week.
When it comes to social media, one of the most important things is to follow the viewers to where they are watching content the most. Vine is currently the best place to quickly grow an audience, so let's take a look at some of the best branded Vines of the past week.