This website shows that vine was rapidly falling and was shut down for good reasons. Each year more and more people were not using vine, and if they were they were just looking at videos and not posting. In 2016 out of the top 1 percent only 4,631 people were still active. Compared to 2013 when around only 959 users were not using vine out of the top 1 percent.
These are the apps statistics in 2015/2016. It shows how popular it was then and had the potential to be even bigger. Vine shut down in January of 2017 which is around when vine was at its lowest. If vine would have kept the same tools available and videos the same length, I think the app would still be a hit. also this shows that the higher percentage of vine users are millennials which is where it would still be huge today.
These vines shown are accurate as to which ones are popular. I think that Teen Vogue had a better idea of which vines were actually popular. other websites based it off of likes or reposts, but teen vogue used the ones that are popular today. The ones I didn't know i still found funny. This made we wonder if they got younger people to submit these vines.
Showing all the top vines really makes me wan to have vine back. Being reminded of how funny or relatable they are makes me think that vine would have had another peak later on in the year. Because of all the changes twitter made to vine once they bought it is why vine had a crash. All of the vines shown in this website are now more popular than they ever were on vine.
This more recent article explains why the app is taking forever to come out. Also that the app has certain reasons for being called v2 and not vine 2. This website says that it will definitely come out in 2018. Filters and add ons will not be included in the app, i think this is because they are trying to separate themselves from other app because that is what brought them down last time. There will be a chronological timeline, this will be very popular because instagram recently took this away from their app.
The first sentence of the article drew me in to want to read more. Also the font used as the title seems more relatable to a teenager. also this is an old article with old information that ended up not happening. It explains that vine was opening a second app and saying "vine is no longer dead". This never happened and vine remained dead. Even if this app did open I don't think it would have been very successful.
The article opens with a three minute video that explains how a couple started off on vine and made in big in the music industry. The video was a good way to catch the attention of someone. They used the title "the fate of a vine star" which made me click on the video to watch. The article itself is about twitter buying vine and then later shutting it down because of the lack of success. If the article was titled something along those lines I wouldn't have chosen it in the first place.
This article also starts with a video, which grabbed my attention. while listening to the short video I scrolled through the website to see that it was mostly other peoples tweets about vine making a comeback. I thought this was interesting because I know my friends and I thought for sure that vine would not make a comeback. I don't really think this is that good of a website because it repeated what all the other websites were saying at this time.
I like this website because it gives good information and is not boring like a lot of them are. Also it uses actual vines that were funny and kept me reading. The big bold font and vine emblem was a good start. Also it gave information on how successful vines were made. This made me want to include vines in my aper.
This website attracted me first by the title. The word died is not capitalized, which to me made it seem like it is less professional. Also the different types of fonts and colors used led me to continue reading. The pictures and links also add more variety to the text to make it not so boring. It's not hard to read and divided into multiple sections.