Vine: Share Life in Motion @vineapp #SM

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Have you heard of Vine?  I met with a group of bloggers from Cincinnati and this was the buzz.  Then I was reading tweets from #SXSW and many people are posting their Vine videos from the conference.

Here is my first vine video:

 

I think it’s going to be big.  Really big.

Download it here: Vine – Vine Labs, Inc.

I don’t want my readers missing out on the latest social media thing!

Here is a description from the iTunes app store:

Vine is the best way to see and share life in motion. Create short, beautiful, looping videos in a simple and fun way for your friends and family to see.

• Unlimited uploads and free
• Instantly post videos on Vine, then share to Twitter and Facebook (more coming soon!)
• Find, follow, and interact with people close to you
• Explore trending posts, featured hashtags and editor’s picks
• And so much more

Vine supports iPhone 3GS and higher.

Download it here: Vine – Vine Labs, Inc.

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Download it here: Vine – Vine Labs, Inc.

I highly recommend it!  Also, once you have downloaded the app, you can follow me by clicking on this link from your device:

vine://user/917597471805423616

 

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Liz is the Founder of WomanlyWoman.com (†o God be the glory) and is an unmarried, 30-something in Cincinnati, OH. She is funny. She is serious. She is not seriously funny. She is known as Aunt ZZ and is a cancer survivor / stigma fighter. She frees girls from sex trafficking in India in her free time. In fact, she may very well be there now!