If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few days, you might have missed Vine turning two last weekend. The short form video app certainly has a lot to celebrate during its short life and there’s a whole bunch of reasons so many brands are putting Vine top on their marketing plans.
There’s no doubt that Vine is one of the most exciting and disruptive developments to happen to the online video landscape in recent years and, therefore this is an important place for brands to engage with their target audiences.
Only problem is it’s not always easy to find the most engaging Vine content. So if you’re looking for inspiration, you’re in safe hands here. In just 36 seconds, you’ll know which brands are doing Vine right.
In this week’s round-up, we have tricks shots and lost puppies to keep you thoroughly entertained.
If you want to play tennis, you had better make sure you look the part.
Game, set and match.
5. Home Depot
Having so many different chargers for your gadgets can be really annoying. You can’t always find the one you need, especially amid the spaghetti-style blob of wires you have currently sitting around your bedroom.
Well, never fear, Home Depot is here with its 3-in-1 CE Tech charger. It’s the only charger you will ever need.
Vine is often about the beauty of simplicity. This is a lovely example. The could have used this as an opportunity to say how much vitamin C is squashed into very carton, just saying.
Don’t you just hate it when the thing you are looking for is right under your nose?
That’s certainly the case for this Budweiser Super Bowl teaser campaign. Get ready for some puppy love!
Pepsi brings a new meaning to word fast food delivery in this new Super Bowl Vine. If New England Patriots star Jerod Mayo gets this lucky on Sunday, he’ll be doing backflips.
Ford takes the chequered flag this week. Everyone loves a trick shot, so what if it happens to include the latest Ford 150 for pure convenience.