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Lcd led - lg samsung sony selecting , While buying age tv, biggest dilemma faced customer select lcd led tv. This post originally appeared on Social Media Today on March 12, 2013 and was written by Craig Fifield. Ever since Twitter relaunched Vine a few weeks ago, I’ve been testing it out on my own and with a handful of client accounts. In my case, my Twitter bio didn’t make sense because it talks about my web marketing experience but I have no intention at the moment of posting web marketing related videos to Vine. This is important because one way people discover others to follow is though the people search function. Since Vine is a Twitter product you’ll find the largest number of Vine users there which means great exposure for your videos when you tweet your Vine videos.
Another reason to connect Twitter is to find existing contacts you may have that you’d like to connect with on Vine. A large number of people on Vine are just creating videos just to experiment with the app (myself included), don’t get distracted by all that noise.
Use the Search by Tag feature to review the types of videos that are being posted by others in your niche.
All Around The Vines, Vine Peek, Vine Fav – Each of these sites provides a slightly different view of the latest videos posted to Vine.
VineRoulette – Offers a full screen visualization of Vine videos that you can view by tag. When using the Vine app hashtags are highlighted in the Explore section as one of the main methods of navigating videos. While it is important to use the relevant popular hashtags when posting to Vine, don’t be afraid to add others that are even more directly related to your post. Since people can search by tag from within the app, you improve your chances of being found even when you use tags that are not on the Explore page.

Sharing your Vine videos on other networks is a great way to increase your exposure and attract new followers. You can share directly to Twitter and Facebook from within the Vine app, but what about all the other networks, or your blog? To share to these other locations you’ll need to have the url (web address) of the video you would like to share.
Once you have the url you can then share your video wherever you like – here are some of the more common methods. Embed Vine Videos in a Blog Post -There are a variety methods you can use to add your videos to a blog post. Share Vine Videos on Google+ – On G+ if you have instant upload enabled the your Vine videos will upload automatically, or you can upload them manually to your account.
Pin Vine Videos on Pinterest – The most effective way to post a Vine video to Pinterest is to upload the video to YouTube first (instructions above). Convert Vine Videos to GIFs - Due to their short nature Vine videos are very well suited to be converted to animated GIFs. As with any other social network, it is very important to participate and socialize with other users in order to get noticed.
Start by using the search feature to search for tags (or people) to find people that consistently post the types of videos you enjoy and follow them. When you like or comment on a post it will automatically be shown in the Activity feed of the all the other people that have also either commented or liked the post. Avoid being spammy, but be smart about your likes and comments – there is nothing wrong with ensuring you always comment on posts you enjoyed and happen to notice have a lot of comments or likes already. Immediately after posting your video, explore the related tags on Vine (#dogs, #dog, #puppies, #pets, #cute, etc) looking to videos that you enjoy. What will happen following a simple posting strategy like that is you’ll get attention from an audience that is perfectly targeted to the video you just posted.

Since Vine is still so new, I thought you might find my notes on how to get the most out of your time on Vine useful, so I reworked them into this guide.
This was a great start, but due to the unique nature of Vine that might not be ideal for you and could reduce your chances for success. Previously, I would have been found for searches related to WordPress and SEO which have nothing to with what I’m currently sharing on Vine. In my case, quite a few of my Twitter followers were already on Vine and followed me on Vine as well as soon as I added them using this method. However, you can still let your Facebook followers know you are on Vine by regularly sharing videos or even posting an image of your profile to Instagram.
If you are looking to create videos that get attention you should make videos that fit what has already been proven to work well on Vine.
Megan Sullivan covers 7 brands, Tim Grimes covers 10, and Nick Cicero covers 15 brands using Vine. Using hashtags will also help your video get noticed on other tag friendly services like Twitter. Since Vine doesn’t currently provide the url to your own posts directly you will have to share your video to Facebook or Twitter first. Since animated GIFs are one of the most shared forms of content on the web, converting your videos to GIF could be a great way to reach audiences that might not otherwise watch your video. Make sure you’ve posted a video or two and filled out your profile completely for this to be as effective as possible. I may have picked up a few followers because of those terms, but they would not be my ideal Vine audience since I don’t post videos on those topics.

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