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Vine, Twitter’s new video app, was recently released to the public, giving users the ability to create short, looping videos and distribute them to their social networks.

The looping videos, which act a little more like GIFs, can only be up to six seconds long, so it may not be enough time for some brands to share any meaningful messages to consumers. However, years ago it might not have seemed possible that brands could get through to consumers with a series of 140-character blurbs, but now using Twitter seems almost essential for businesses.

Vine could present just another opportunity for brands to connect with consumers on social media and possibly make a quick impression or give a teaser for a new product. The app could also simply be used to give previews of full-length videos that can actually present more of a complete message to consumers about a…

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