Bee Hoarders And Rapping Orders: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now
Brands are increasingly recognizing the influence of short-form video as a way to attract and engage an audience online. If you were wondering which advertisers are coming out on top in the attention battle for bite-sized consumer attention, we’ve got you covered.
With just 6 seconds to impress, creativity is key and we’ve rounded up this week’s 6 best branded Vines to share a little inspiration.
This week, we have rapping skills from a YouTube sensation and buzzing mad bee keepers.
6. American Express
American Express has been showing its arty side lately with a series of tasty stop-motion collaborations with Californian lettering artist Becca Clason. If only our actual credit cards looked so good!
5. Pepsi Max UK
Pepsi has gone loopy about unlimited refills and we don’t blame it, pass the pop please!
4. BBC News (World)
BBC News has been using Vine to bring the weird wonders of the world to viewers, including this mad man in China covered in 109.05kg of bees. Not for us, honey!
3. Samsung Mobile
Samsung Mobile uses-short form video to perfectly unbox the new Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Limited Edition.
Must. Have. Now.
With the rise of the digital nomad, HP has cleverly designed its latest campaign to tap into the market of individuals who leverage technology to work while travelling the world.
How do you impress your audience in 6 seconds? Employ the lyrical spitting skills of a verbal tornado such as YouTube sensation Mac Lethal, that’s how!
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