35 Ways Musicians and Music Brands Are Using Twitter’s Vine App

Read the article by Brian Anthony Hernandez on Mashable

Have you heard of Vine? It’s a new app that records really short video clips, like GIFs that you can post online instantly. I saw it for the first time a month ago and it was pretty neat. It’s so quick and easy so you can capture some really candid material. Musicians are making use of this on twitter to let their fans peak into their daily lives. I’m intrigued by the clips embedded in the article because it does make you feel super connected to the artists to see them on a regular day, it makes them seem more normal.

-Jordan Moore

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2 thoughts on “35 Ways Musicians and Music Brands Are Using Twitter’s Vine App

  1. Having used Vine myself, I can see how musicians can definitely use it to their advantage. With so many social media choices to choose from, it’s pretty cool that they can reach out to their fans while simultaneously promoting their music in a “with the times” type of way. I follow some of my favorites on Vine and seeing their clips gives great insight into what they’re up to outside of the industry’s eye.

    Nicole Romeo

  2. Jordan,

    I have never heard of this app but from your description and checking out some of the videos it sounds pretty cool. I definitely agree with what you said about it making the musicians seam more normal. It’s hard sometimes to think that these people are just like us, and not some super human beings like the media hypes them up to be. It’s nice to see these people act like normal human beings, really puts them in a more humble position which I really like.

    Post By Becky Plungis

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