Trends in social media can be hard to expect. The most promising networks from last year might be passed by next year. The most unsuspecting apps one year can be probably the most beneficial a higher year. Who would have theory in 2010 that Instagram, an app that started out as a sharable cameraphone filter, would be bought by Facebook two years later for $1 billion and turn into one of the biggest networks on the earth?Vine, on the other hand, began out in 2013 with great promise, backed by Twitter and poised to be one of the premiere video sharing apps.
Today, only 10 percent of top brands use it regularly, and its growth has slowed dramatically.