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Vine Shut Down: 9 Lessons We Learn

Twitter is shutting down video-sharing service Vine, at October 27, 2016 the company announced. Vine, which lets you share short video clips, debuted in 2013. Twitter acquired Vine in 2012 before the service had even launched.

The news comes the same day Twitter announced it would lay off more than 300 workers, or 9% of the company's global workforce, within the company's sales, partnerships, and marketing teams.
"Nothing is happening to the apps, website or your Vines today," Twitter said in a release, adding that users will be given a heads-up and be able to download their Vines before the app shutters for good.

"Don’t sell your company!" Vine co-founder RusYusupov, who was laid off from Twitter in October 2015, wrote in a tweet.
Acquired by Twitter in 2012, Vine started off strong, becoming the No. 1 app on the iTunes App Store only six months after joining the company. At one point, Vine had more than 200 million active users, yet it struggled to maintai…

Twitter is Shutting Down Vine

Twitter is shutting down video-sharing service Vine "in the coming months," the company announced Thursday. Vine, which lets you share short video clips, debuted in 2013. Twitter acquired Vine in 2012 before the service had even launched.

The news comes the same day Twitter announced it would lay off more than 300 workers, or 9% of the company's global workforce, within the company's sales, partnerships, and marketing teams.
"Nothing is happening to the apps, website or your Vines today," Twitter said in a release, adding that users will be given a heads-up and be able to download their Vines before the app shutters for good.
"Nothing is happening to the apps, website or your Vines today," Twitter said in a release, adding that users will be given a heads-up and be able to download their Vines before the app shutters for good.
"Don’t sell your company!" Vine co-founder RusYusupov, who was laid off from Twitter in October 2015, wrote in …

8 Tools to Schedule Social Media Posts

Maintaining a constant social media presence can be difficult, especially for busy Blogger, Solopreneur, Freelancer and Small Business Owner looking to stay in touch with their circles. Luckily, there are plenty of free tools out there to help ease the burden. One of the most useful functionalities for this tool is the ability to schedule your future posts.

No matter who you are and what you do, you should be taking advantage of these tools. Here is a list of 8 best free Multi-Platform Apps for Scheduling your next Social Media Updates.

8. Hootsuite

Hootsuite is the most widely used platform for managing social media, created by Ryan Holmes in 2008. Hootsuite Free plan is perfect for individuals who want to start managing multiple networks. Manage multiple networks, schedule posts, and engage your audience, all in one place for Free.

Hootsuite Also has a broad range of apps, including their web-based original, mobile apps (iPhone and Android), desktop apps (Windows, Mac and Linux) an…