9 Easy Ways To Get More Vine Followers! Boost Your Vine Account

Boost your Vine account and get more Vine followers with these easy to follow tips:

I guess that if you’re reading this is because, logically,  you’re interested to learn how to get more Vine followers and boost your account and be able to reach more people, but… sorry to disappoint you!: Getting Vine followers isn’t something that’s going to happen from one day to another: Vine, just like Twitter and any other social media platform will require lots of effort, enthusiasm and patience! (unless you want to buy Vine followers, right?).

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You must remember that even a single Vine follower can benefit your business in many ways. Now multiply that benefit by your total number of followers. Then consider Vine’s millions of monthly active users and the followers that you can attract in the future. That’s the true size of the opportunity for your business on Vine.

On this post we are going to write about 9 super simple tips you can start applying to your social media strategies and start gaining more Vine followers.

1- Choose a nice Bio avatar – It may sound a little bit absurd but the truth is that having a nice, crisp avatar could be a key when it comes to giving good face image to the public, so get a good selfie and get to work on your Vine account!.

2- Make a great Bio –  A lot of Vine users will eventually end up viewing your bio to decide whether they will follow you or not. When writing about you or your company try to be clearly and briefly. Keep it friendly, and even add a few quirky (yet professional) comments. You can also take advantage of the bio to ask people to follow you in other social media networks and make sure that your Bio picture reflects your brand, as well.

3- Think in quality content and not quantity – Worry about creating good Vines with good content. A well created Vine can reach more people than fifteen bad, so if you have ideas, seek them and exploit them to the fullest and don’t be uploading #shitty Vines just for the sake to upload. Quality ≠ amount. (Understand by ‘bad’, a poorly recorded vine, that looks bad, or one with no audio or bad audio…)

4- Use HashtagsMonitor trending hashtags – you can see trending tags for the world, and for geographic areas. On Vine, just like on Twitter, hashtags are used to group Vines that talk about the same topic. So if you have an idea and you upload a Vine with a hashtag that’s trending, you will have the possibility to reach more people.

5- Audio – Something very, very fundamental in all your vines is your audio. Take care of your vine’s audio providing there is no exterior noise, and please be sure that whatever you say or vocalize is understood by all your audience. (This tip shouldn’t be complicated at all).

6- Promote your Vine account in other social networks – By using your Twitter, Instagram and Facebook channels to promote your Vine profile you will attract more people from your existing audience to your 6 second vines. This way your vines will be put in front of a larger audience that already follows you on other social networks. This added engagement by your new followers can allow your vines to rank better on Vine’s search engine thus exposing your vine to more potential followers.

7- Post frequently – Just like ‘tweeting’ on Twitter, by posting frequently, you are more likely to get more Vine followers. If people see that you post frequently and that you engage with your audience with each one of your vines more people will hear about you and decide to follow you. The best part is that if you’re frequently posting vines, your followers will know when to check in for a new 6 second video.

8- Be original – The main path to look original is by being creative, and not stealing other people’s ideas. It’s very common to see Vines of stolen jokes but most common is to see those Viners fail to recognize that they are stolen in their Vine description. Don’t copy these fakers. If you want to emulate a #funnyvine the best way to do it is to include in the title something like “Inspired by @username on his joke about bla, bla, bla..”. This way your Vine can gain double merit and so can you!.

9- Follow other people – Just like on Instagram and Twitter it looks like following other people on your Vine timeline can help you gain some extra followers. Try following those users that post vines which you can relate to, or those you find funny or are just an interest of your life!

Even though Vine can be a bit different from other well known social networks, the rules of getting more followers are very much similar. Engaging with your audience and interacting with your followers will lead to more followers and engagement on this new app.

What are your thoughts on Vine? Can you share with us some other tips to get more Vine followers? What is your secret formula to grow your audience on Vine? Please share your thoughts with your comments and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @socialmedia04.

Ways To Improve Your Business Strategies Using Vine!

Vine, the most used video sharing app of 2013 and the most downloaded free app in the IOS App Store allows users to capture a six second video from any smart phone. We already made a post about what is Vine and how it works. In this post I will write about a few creative ways that businesses can start using from Twitter’s video app for their benefit. But, can you really deliver value in six seconds?

using vine  Geotags:
Something I find real useful in Vine is that you’re able to geotag your videos. That means that your workplace can create a Vine video and mark the video with a specific location, which is an advantage not offered by other similar sites like Instagram and Pinterest.

If you’re having a business event that you want people to attend, you can use the six seconds of video to create something memorable, then use the geotag as a way of getting people to come to your event, all in just a few seconds.

Remember, the more creative, original and artistic you are, the better your customers will remember your video.

Use Vine as a new social media tool:
For brands that are already involved in social media, Vine can become an excellent addition to use in conjunction with other networks such as Twitter and Facebook. This will help your business attract new customers, promote products, contests, etc.

Its easy to get your followers involved:
The nice thing about the six seconds is that it is easier for brands to invite their users to make videos of their products. This strategy, if intelligently done, can boost your marketing and improve the reputation of your products or services.

Offer information:
Your clients will always have questions! Use Vine and share with your clients how X or Y product is manufactured, share videos from your company answering questions of your products, share the history of the brand or talk about its CEO. People #LOVE these insights from a company!

Take advantage of Vine during the holidays:
With the easiness of creating a Vine video you can create content related to the holidays and get your brand involved during the major days of the year. Show your Vine followers how your company celebrates Christmas, shoot a video about your new summer products, spring offers, etc.

Vine can be used to present new products:
The visual inspiration greatly helps to get users excited about a new product or a new brand launch. You can easily improve your business strategies using Vine by offering exclusive videos to your followers presenting sneak peeks of the product your company’s about to launch, events and much more.

Humanize your brand:
With Vine, companies and brands have an opportunity to humanize social networks making indoor videos of workplaces and employees, recruitment videos, etc.

Promote a contest:
A short video accompanied by a #hashtag is what it takes to make a contest. Users should only be able to send the video along with the #hashtag using your product or telling creative stories using Vine.

Finally, Vine’s an excellent way to tell people about what your business is all about? Use Vine video to give people a taste of that.

What else have you found works for businesses using Vine?