Video shows on Vine.
He just tweeted this:
Really need your help please @ reply ... Question : yay or nay vine.co/v/bJqTv90Hj3K think it is worth it?— Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee) January 27, 2013
Image: Gary Vaynerchuk #vinelibraryTV
I like it, here, let me try:
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COULD THIS BE A SHOW?
This has all the attributes of a great online show.
Short.What do you think?
Content that evokes one or more emotions.
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More from Mashable:
Can Brands Tell A Story In Six Seconds Or Fewer? Ritz, Dove And Trident Think So:
Now that consumers have the power to skip through commercials on programs that they record, creative advertisers have to start pushing the envelope on generating interesting and persuasive messages outside of the television set.
I spoke with VaynerMedia founder Gary Vaynerchuk, and his firm urges their clients to test new things out. When he says test it out, he means it:
I tell our companies that there’s a 72 hour rule where you’re not even thinking about an ROI or how you can generate business. They should just try things out.
Vaynerchuk’s companies are definitely giving Vine a swing, and the brands include GE, Ritz Cracker, Dove and Trident gum.