Monthly Archives January 2013

Every year, Vanity Fair compiles the International Best Dressed List. The list has included names like Grace Kelly and Kate Middleton, and now it can include you. The International Best Dressed Challenge, powered by Chute, allows users to either directly upload photos or tag them with #vfbestdressed on Twitter and Instagram to enter the contest. You can pick your favorite…

1. Vine Testing out Vine at Chute HQ. vine.co/v/b5d5iPW2l5v — Chute (@getchute) January 24, 2013 Of course this week's Front Lines post has to include Twitter's new video recording app, Vine. In 2006, 86 billion photos were taken. In 2012, that number shot up to 380 billion. Twitter is losing the photo battle against Facebook, but the company sees online…

Developing a strong social media presence takes more than creating a Twitter account - it involves a strategic plan to develop content and campaigns that engages users. Chute co-founder, Ranvir Gujral, will be joining four other industry insiders during MediaPost's Social Media Insider Summit on a panel discussing how brands and publishers can achieve this by leveraging user generated content…

Vine, a new app from Twitter that allows users to create gif-like 6-second video clips that are embeddable in Tweets, was released Thursday. But what does this app mean for the visual revolution? Vine isn't a new concept by any means. There are multiple apps that have been touted as the video answer to Instagram - SocialCam, Viddy, and Vyclone…

Vanity Fair is giving you the opportunity to win a spot on the International Best Dressed List with the International Best Dressed Challenge, powered by Chute. The list has previously featured style icons like Grace Kelly and Kate Middleton, and now you can be next! User-generated content is becoming vital in the fashion world. Just a few years ago, consumers…

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