Ninja Robbers And Fashionable Clobber: 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 search feature, it’s getting 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 featuring Shia Le Beouf, fashion shows and laptop-stealing ninjas.
IKEA shows us how to get our pre-caffeinated cranky colleagues on our side in the mornings with this handy gift idea.
Store away in case of emergency.
Dominos has just pulled a double whammy in its latest Vine…
I’m not quite sure what I’m more excited about, Jurassic World or these new massive garlic dips.
But this recreation of the infamous scene makes me very, very happy (and hungry).
4. Paul Smith
If you’re like me and you don’t have the time (or patience) to iron your clothes, then Paul Smith’s new collection is the one for you – as demonstrated by this BMXer.
However, if also like me you get dizzy quite easily, then this Vine may not be for you and will make you go a bit loopy.
HP has been bending the rules lately both on and off the short-form video platform with a host of collaborations to promote its new bendable X360 laptop.
Not only did the tech company tap into funny man Marcus Johns’ creativity for this video but also his staggering 6.2M followers. Smart move.
This Vine appears to have cinematic production qualities, a positive sign that increasing budgets are being dedicated to this mobile video medium.
The sun was shining and so were the models at Burberry’s Men’s Fashion Week show in Kensington Gardens earlier this week.
Thankfully, Burberry documented the ever-popular show on Vine so some of us not-so-fortunate people wouldn’t have to go through the shame of being turned away at the door.
Very smart piece of short-form creativity.
1. Dot Wave
A host of pro-Viners took to the short-form platform to promote new addictive gaming app Dot Wave this week, but the winner hands down was Jeremy Olenski with his clever inclusion of Shia Le Beouf’s most inspirational speech ever.
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