Bathroom Singing And Ducks Winning: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now
Vine celebrates its second birthday this weekend. The short-form video platform has enjoyed huge success in its short life, with millions of Vines being posted every week.
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 scary trainers, reckless babies and bohemian models to keep you company during these cold months.
6. Mastercard EU
Is it better to receive or give presents? It’s a question I am sure we all asked ourselves over the festive period (the answer is receive BTW). However, in its latest Vine campaign, Mastercard has come up with the perfect way to avoid the question altogether – by giving presents to yourself.
Do you love to sing in the shower? Huw Samuels who features in this new Vine campaign from Bathstore certainly does. Problem is, he may think he belongs on The Voice, but in reality he sounds like he belongs on a David Attenborough documentary. One on obscure and weird mating calls. Anyway, regardless of whether you have the X-Factor or not, as the Vine says – just go for it!!
4. Exxon Mobil
Do you remember to put your computer on sleep mode when you are not using it? Well, according to this new Vine from Exxon Mobil, it estimates that households around the US would save a total of $4.5 billion if they did. Something to sleep on!!
3. Duck Tape
Duck Tape celebrates the Oregon Ducks’ victory over the Ohio Stats Buckeyes in the College Football Playoff National Championship in style.
Don’t you just hate it when you can’t find a pen. Well, thanks to Lenovo’s new Yoga tablet, you will never need a pen again. You can scrawl whatever you want using any household item you have to hand.
1. Spike TV
This new stop-animation Vine from Dylan Blau promotes Spike TV’s new show “Framework”, hosted by hip-hop artist, actor, and author, Common. The new series offers the US’s emerging furniture designers the chance to compete for a $100,000 cash prize and the opportunity to launch their furniture nationally. Don’t think IKEA is involved.
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