It's been more than a year since we first heard about Vine, the social media platform which allows users to post short clips that loop forever, and a lot has changed since then. At first, a lot of celebrities jumped on the bandwagon, but after a while, a lot of success began to gear toward teenagers. Vine started producing its own type of celebrities, individuals who perfected the six-second clip.
Sometimes, a hilarious account concept or even one Vine in particular would make its rounds on the web. Others are finding ways to get creative in a different way; E! used Vine on the red carpet at the Oscars, while companies are trying their hand at Vine advertising. Let's talk about where things stand.