Monster Groans And Breakfast Moans: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now
Ah, the joy of six. 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 breakfast buzzers and laptop-breaking kids.
The great thing about this Vine by Christian DelGrosso is that it’s totally relatable. You’re either lying or a robot if you didn’t freak out when McDonald’s announced its all day breakfast.
However… I am very eagerly awaiting an angry sequel where he finds out that they still don’t serve hash browns after 10.30am.
Pro-Viner Josh Darnit chronicles fatherhood on Vine and the best thing about it is how unimpressed his kids are with him most of the time.
A star in his own right, and only 5 years old, Evancredible breaks all the rules (and a laptop) in this short-form ad for HP.
4. Saks Fifth Avenue
It’s Paris Fashion Week and the beautiful people are strutting their sartorial stuff in the French capital as we speak.
Never fear, Saks Fifth Avenue is on hand to gives us less beautiful people a brief rundown of the runway so we don’t feel too left out sitting at our work desks.
Parabox Creative co-founder Frank Danna pinches, pulls and zooms his way around Austin City Limits Music Festival for AT&T.
If only navigating your way around a festival was this easy in real life!
2. Rite Aid
Rite Aid’s the first brand off the mark to get into the Halloween spirit.
The US drug store’s sweet little stop-motion has got us all loopy for some trick or treating and lots of candy eating.
That mole though…