3 tips for using Vine to market your business – Video
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Vine is a recent arrival on the social media scene.
Its growing rapidly & inconjunction with Twitter
here’s another way of getting your message an audience.
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Here is a Transcript of my Video –
3 tips for using Vine to market your business.
Vine is a video sharing application Used as part of Twitter,
You have 6 seconds to tell a story with video!
3 Things to remember:
1) Vine Records Sound
Avoid any distracting or unintended noises that may take away from the overall power of your 6 second story.
2) Use Hashtags
Hashtags help your videos get found. Niche hashtags capture viewers searching for a specific topic (e.g. #Videobackgrounds)
3) Plan Your Content
You have 6 seconds of Prime time. What emotions and feelings do you want your viewers to experience. Do they align with your message? Make sure your story means something.
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THE NAUTICAL ORIGINS of Some Common Expressions ….
Between the Devil and the deep blue sea : The devil was the longest seam
of the ship, thought to be the first plank on the outer hull of a wooden vessel
from stem to stern.
When at sea and the devil had to be caulked, the sailor hung from a rope to do so.
He was suspended between the devil and the sea – a very precarious position,
especially when the ship was underway.
Similar to “between a rock and a hard place”