Using a vaporizer is a social activity. When people have a good thing going, they want to rally around it and exchange viewpoints with like-minded peeps. It’s also good to know where to turn to for advice or get the inside scoop on the latest vaporizer technology. Wherever you go, you can take a virtual community of like-minded vapers with you.
With that in mind, we recommend checking out:
Described as the “front page of the internet,” Reddit has posts on anything and everything interesting going on in the world. It’s a widely used social networking site where members are highly participatory, and content is structured by voter feedback. “Subreddits” let you follow a particular interest, like vaping and related activities. There are well over a dozen vaping-related subreddits. Some interesting subreddits: “Horrifying things that cannot be unseen, ““aw” (for cuteness factor), and even debate sites where you can try to have your opinions changes. Links can be discussed by community members. There are no editors, so you never know what you’ll find.
Instagram is our favorite photo-sharing social networking site. Like Twitter, it uses hashtags to help communities interact. Instagram is popular with the 35 and under crowd, many of whom reject Facebook and other sites as something for their parents. Be that as it may, Instagram serves as a great platform for members of the vaporizer community to share photos of their latest vapor tech purchase or show off their impressive cloud chasing skills.
If you’re not already familiar with it, Vine is a video-sharing app that lets you post a 6-second video that can be shared publicly. Great for showing off your best vaporizer tricks, these video clips, or Vines (as they’re called) can be posted anywhere and are easy to share with friends; their 6-second duration means they load quickly and don’t use up a ton of data. There are many vape communities to share with – check it out at vine.co.