Street Cred And Seeing Red: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now

Now that Vine is playing a larger role in marketers’ content strategies, grabbing viewer attention in the first few seconds is key. In this cut-throat world of snack-sized media, content remains king.

However, it’s not always easy to stand apart from the competition. So if you were wondering which advertisers are coming out on top, we’ve got you covered.

With just 6 seconds to impress, creativity is key and this week’s top videos show brands just how it’s done. This week, we’ve got street-talking dads and the golden rules of fast food.

Enjoy!

6. Google Photos

 

Google Photos allows you to share your favourite moments with friends…

It also allows friends to share your not-so-favourite moments with everyone else.

#Awkward

5. Vacation Movie

Family man Josh Darnit is usually taken down a peg or two by his own kids, but this week he shows us it’s imperative to hold onto your street lingo – you never know when you might need it!

4. IKEA

   

I don’t know about you, but the first hour of my mornings look nothing like this six-second short from IKEA.

It’s fair to say, I’m more of a grumpy monster, lucky to get a T-shirt on the right way around. This gorgeous goddess has no such issues. She glides through life. However, I am open to change (and I’m sure my housemates are too), so I’ll take a look into these First59 tips from IKEA to sort myself out.

Miracles can happen.

3. McDonald’s

Pro-Viner Matt Cutshall has broken the golden rules of the Golden Arches. These are:

1. Never ever bring fast food home – it will go soggy; you won’t be able to get seconds; and you’ll most likely have to share. Unacceptable.

2. Never ever promise to bring someone else’s goodies home unless you have the willpower of a Tibetan monk.

Rookie.

2. Walkers Crisps

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who will be delighted with Walkers Crisps’ new mixed bags and those who will be outraged.

I, for one, am the latter. This has eliminated a very valid excuse to pig out on three packets of crisps instead of one.

Monsters.

1. Cox Communications

Cox Communications has teamed up with some top Viners to help bring to life kids’ ideas on what they’d do if the internet was 100 times faster.

This week, Vine animator Khoa Phan (one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in marketing and advertising) made the cut with this creative paper stop-motion video about dream machines.

Here’s hoping they wont play daydreams in work!

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