Vine is for sharing looping videos. Videos are six seconds and can be seen by Twitter and Facebook users. Vine users can simply search for video via topic, theme or videos that are popular. But how do you get your created masterpiece to the point that it trends? If you have a lot friends, they can help. Your friends have friends on social network sites that can be referred to your video via Facebook or Twitter. But what if you don’t have a lot of friends? Well, you might try to buy Vine followers.
The Google search engine is full of websites that offer the chance to purchase followers for your Vine videos. All of the sites take all major credit cards and some accept Paypal as well. Depending on how much you want to spend, you can gain anywhere from 1,000 to 15,000 followers. It also depends on how popular you want to be.
So here is a short rundown of some Websites and what is available out there for those who want to purchase followers.
First, there’s social.suppliers.com, they have a have a payment structure set up so that you can buy any number of followers who will like your video. For example, for $6.89, you can have 500 followers added to your video in just four days. If your budget is bigger, then you might spend $19.89 for 2,500 followers. For $64.89, you can have 10,000 followers added over 10 days.
Vinehelper.com offers plans starting at $9.99. for 1,000 followers and your followers are added instantly. Other packages range from $16.99 for 2,500 followers to $99.99 for 15,000 followers. They also offer gold, platinum and diamond packages which range from $69.99 for 6,900 followers to $124.99 for 15,000 followers. The packages include email support and no passwords to use.
Another site, buyvinefollowers.biz, offers online buyers prices starting from $15 that include full time support, no passwords, a 24 hour delivery window and claim to be safe. Packages begin at 1,000 Vine followers to 2,500 for $30, 5,000 for $50, 7,500 for $75 and 9,00 for $100.
Each site has easy to follow instructions and each site explains what their services have to offer. All it takes is the point and click of a mouse and you have instant followers and instant popularity.
However, buyer beware! Some social media sites are cracking down on followers and “likes”. Facebook recently purged a lot of “likes” from people’s pages that it deemed were inactive. Twitter has also cracked down in the past. So before you buy, make sure that the site you are buying from is reputable or your “likes” and followers may just disappear or your account gets suspended.
But whether or not you want to be popular, sites like Vine can be fun and entertaining. They are a good place to make friends and to let other people in on your activities.
Just remember the golden rule. If you want your video to be noticed, you have to have followers who notice it. So if you have to purchase them, then so be it. If you do your research, it could turn into a winning proposition.