Twitter's app for sharing short videos, Vine, has seen web traffic grow more than 46-fold, while the App has more than doubled its share of U.S. iPhone users -- all in less than six months. This explains rumors that Facebook will launch a Vine clone.
With its acquisition of Lucky Sort, Twitter seems to be acknowledging that it’s a data company after all. The plan appears to be building a services that would do for Twitter equivalent to services such as Google Trends and Google Analytics.
Twitter buys tech that speeds up data analysisCNETTwitter has purchased the technology behind Ubalo, a 2-year-old startup that specializes in making technical computing more accessible for engineers and scientists.
Twitter is underwhelming at 140 characters. Any sane person would say What do you do with that? To add to that simple quirky charm Twitter has just announced a smart phone video app called Vine that is limited to 6 seconds.
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Vine is a new Twitter App that allows you to create and post 6 second videos that repeat. You can roll say 20 videos into the 6 seconds too if you wish.
Kicking around the idea of starting Vine for your brand? How should your brand use Vine? Take a look at some brands that have activated the platform in a unique and compelling way for consumers through a creative use of just a few seconds.
Again and again, people I meet in real life or on Facebook tell me that they do not "get" Twitter. Twitter is very simple! It is essentially about 6 kinds of messages (called tweets). 1. Conversation (like text messages) You can all do this right?
Although Vine was only released in January, it’s already made an impact in the world of citizen journalism, and it’s easy to see why – its ease of use, length constraints and accessibility make it the perfect platform for people to capture their...
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!How many of you recently have said or heard someone say “Oh I can’t keep up”. Or “I don’t have time for another social network”.
Michael Q Todd's insight:
Do you have a digital mindset? Or are you risking information sickness?