Vain Bears And Coffee Stares: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now
Ah, the joy of six. There’s no doubt that Vine is leading the way in short-form content and becoming an essential part in brands’ content strategies.
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. In just 36 seconds you will know what is the best branded content on Vine right now.
This week, we’ve got vain bears, cookie pizzas and top Viners losing their minds.
David Lopez and Gabbie (from The Gabbie Show) team up to go on a road trip for Jeep, only to get a surprise visit from a furry guest along the way.
Who knows, maybe he just wanted a selfie!
Doritos has been asking fans to film themselves doing the boldest thing they can think of while eating their product.
We can think of a lot more bold things to do with Doritos, such as consuming a lifetime supply of the them while floating in a bath full of salsa.
But until then, this take on Newton’s Law will do.
IKEA has been offering up tips on how to start your day in the best possible way with its First 59 campaign. This week, the Swedish furniture store has teamed up with creative Viner Frank Danna to show how organisation is key.
If only getting ready in the morning really was this easy, we’d get a lot more done!
Comedian Jason Nash tests out new stop-motion app Stikbot, only to end up losing his mind.
Know the cup of coffee that’s one too many!
2. Pizza Hut
What’s better than pizza? I’ll tell you what, a cookie pizza.
Forget your usual Pizza Hut order and go for this awesome do-it-yourself dessert, using one of its unsliced cookies as a base.
1. US Open Tennis
As the likes of Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal breezed through day one of the US Open tennis tournament, another talent had a big win close by in the stands.
Insanely creative Viner Pinot sketched up the scene of the major championships for those of us not fortunate enough to be present at the NYC event.
We caught up with Pinot a while back and he taught us that six seconds is more than enough time for a brand to make an impact. Check out the conversation here.
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