|August 26, 2014|
|Reuse Old Video Content With This Savvy Vine Marketing Feature|
|By Chris Crum|
The latest feature added to Twitter's Vine service should give marketers a new opportunity to repurpose existing video content in a fresh way.
Before, Vine just let you record videos from the app, but now it lets you import videos that you already have. Content marketers are often looking for ways to get more out old content, and this seems like a perfect way.
The new Vine Camera from Vine on Vimeo.
Obviously due to the nature of Vine, this will mean editing any video down to the six second limit, but depending on the video, [...]
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