The Process of Life in 6 Seconds: From Birth to Death
Last week Twitter launched Vine, a mobile app that makes it easy to create and share 6 second animated GIFs. Vine is getting a ton of good press for its innovative take on shooting and sharing video. And brands are finding new ways of creating engaging content.
If you want to see how a few of the top online brands and celebrity are using Vine you can read this article from Business Insider.
We can think of a number of different ways funeral homes can start using Vine right a way, but what would be the fun is spilling the beans?
We want to know what ways you think Vine could be used by funeral professionals.
If you need a little inspiration to get your creative juices flowing, watch the below Vine we made showing the “Process of Life in 6 Seconds: From Birth to Death”.
Go to http://funeralsocial.com to find out more about the services we offer. Our clients who are apart of our FUNERAL Social Design Process are seeing an increase in post reach and engagement of over 300%.
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