Army Tanks And Toilet Pranks: 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. Now with a new iOS search feature, it’s even easier for consumers to find the hottest trending content on Vine.

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 and have rounded up this week’s 6 best branded Vines.

With just 6 seconds to impress, creativity is key and this week’s best videos shone through with unique content such as toilet surfing, pizza box inventions and a war on old laptops.

Enjoy!

6. Vans

Vans paid tribute to one of the most important days of the year last week. That’s right, National Doughnut Day.

I’m all for Christmas and the likes but an excuse to get glazed will top my list any day.    

5. Pizza Hut

Screaming goats, rollerblading babies and… movie-projecting pizza boxes?

Thank you internet, I’ve now seen it all.

4. Pepsi Max

Never mind finger lickin’ chickin’, it’s the Pepsi Max at KFC that has fingers doing all sorts of mad things.

Disclaimer: Actual finger flickin’ may not be as effective as those shown in the video.    

3. Twitter Food

Twitter Food seems to have discovered the elusive ham-apple and has taken to Vine to give some serving suggestions should viewers come across one themselves,

Absolutely ham-tastic.

2. Hewlett-Packard

KC James and Robby Ayala have teamed up on Vine to quite literally go to war on non-bendable laptops.

A bit much, I personally would have recycled the old laptops, but I guess it would have made for a much less exciting video.

1. Unilever

Special effects pro-Viner Zach King makes the most out of a dodgy piping situation by upcycling his Unilever product bottles.

I’m all for water sports, so fair play to him. But, to be honest, the last time I saw a toilet bubbling up like that, I was running for the hills not a surfboard.

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