fastcompany:

Instagram Video seems to really be taking a bite out of Vine.

(source: Topsy)

*Not surprised.

I think brands and people alike joined Vine to be a part of a video social network, but with the inception of Instagram video, I don’t see why the majority would seek out new followers (especially in the case of brands), when they have so many existing ones.

(via emergentfutures)

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    I guess the extra 8 seconds mean a lot to people.
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    I’m a fan of Instagram Video so far. 15 seconds seems immensely long compared to Vine, but the editing tools and cinema...
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    *Not surprised. I think brands and people alike joined Vine to be a part of a video social network, but with the...
  17. emergentfutures reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Instagram Video seems to really be taking a bite out of Vine. (source: Topsy)
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  19. fastenerio reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Though would seem if those Vine users were now using Instagram video that the Instagram trend would be steeper.

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