If I’m having a bad day, I do two things. 1) Buy a bar of Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Caramel and Black Sea Salt, 2) Watch videos on Vine.
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There’s a lot of potential for startups on both Vine and Instagram. Instagram is full of beautiful, filtered images that can make you feel as if you are on the beach with Beyoncé. Vine’s hilarious Frenchman Jerome Jarre makes video that warm your heart (free hug corporation) and also make your belly hurt (how to be awkward). Startups can take a lesson from both of these extremely successful posts. Neither cost much – if any – money to create and they all go viral. WHERE IS BEYONCE VACATIONING? WHERE IS BLUE IVY?
All jokes aside, social media is essentially free advertising. The best photos and videos on these platforms don’t have high production costs. This article asks 10 founders to share tips on how they are using these platforms to engage with potential and current customers.
Vine and now, Instagram video are all the rage when you’re looking for laughs or sharing clips with friends But do they have any practical application for business owners? More to the point, what can you really tell customers in just a few seconds of mobile video? See also: 12 Most Cliché Photos on Instagram We asked a panel of 10 founders to share how they’re incorporating short video into their social media marketing — and what advice they have for others just getting started…