Go behind the scenes of your business
Social Media as already done a great job of getting to know brands more personally, with Vine you can take that even farther and create videos demonstrating how a product is made.
For example a coffee shop can show how their lattes are made:
— Cafe Moka (@CafeMokaVa) January 25, 2013
Twitter Ads Vines are great tool to create awesome ads for your Twitter feed and the best part about them is that your clients probably won’t mind (yet). If your looking to really engage your audience, creating a micro ad using Vine is a great away to promote events or sales for your business. Example: Photography Studio promoting headshots:
Studio is ready and waiting for you! HEADSHOTS!!! vine.co/v/bnBFxqd9PKH
— SweetShotPhotography (@sweetshotphoto) February 4, 2013
Create a contest / (Ask Friends To Promote Your Products)
Contest are great because it’s a great tool to encourage people to create their own content for your business and promote within their own social networks. Vine is great for contest because it’s a new medium for users to be creative with, don’t be afraid to ask your audience to get a little creative!
Example: UK Based online-only retailer ASOS asked customers to get more personal with their purchases:
— ASOS (@ASOS) January 30, 2013
Other example of Vines from brands: Dove:
— Dove (@Dove) January 25, 2013
— General Electric (@generalelectric) February 12, 2013
— Bacardi UK (@BacardiUK) February 5, 2013
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