Ah, the joy of six. Vine is leading the way in short-form content and becoming an essential part in global brands’ content strategies.
However, it’s not always easy to stand apart from the competition. With over 200M active users, there’s a lot of great content out there capturing the attention of millions. So if you were wondering which advertisers are coming out on top, we’ve got you covered in our weekly round-up.
This week we’ve got a host of brands strutting their 6-second stuff.
This sweet little Vine shows the clever tech that allow you to log on to your Microsoft machine just by looking at it. Neat.
5. Burt’s Bees
We don’t like bees, but we do love Burt’s Bees-flavoured lip balms. If you’ve not tried them, then this Vine might make you want to. Tangy fruit on your lips all day long. Perfect.
4. Bank of America
Whether it’s gig tickets, pizzas or a cup of delicious coffee, Bank of America’s transfer app has you covered. Payments at the click of a button.
OnStar, a subsidiary of General Motors, has developed Wi-Fi for the car. As Viner Robby Ayala clearly demonstrates, it can be pretty addictive. Those long card rides will never be boring again.
2. Huffington Post
Viner Meagan Cignoli and the Huff Po team up with this cool little number. Combining slick threads and a cool beat, it has everything it takes for a perfect Vine.
Google, in partnership with Viner Ian Padgham, has created this charming Vine to demonstrate how Google has you covered while flying. Google flights can be displayed and tickets appear onscreen by simply asking for them. What could be easier?
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