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Magic Balls And Donut Falls: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now

Ah, the joy of six. Vine is leading the way in short-form content and becoming a key component 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 of users. 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 slick brands ‘doing it for the Vine’.



6. Travelodge UK


This sweet little number shows there’s been a new lease of life squirted into breakfast at a Travelodge near you. Goodbye soggy croissant, hello healthy cereal.


5. Cisco


Vine master crafter Jethro Ames has created this intergalactic and somewhat memorising Vine for Cisco, proving you don’t need to be a cool B2C brand to make highly shareable content on Vine.


4. Dunkin Donuts


Guess who’s joined the app club?! Dunkin Donuts, that’s who. LA’s Logan Paul is pretty damn excited about it too. Get your app downloaded to enjoy sugary sweet perks today.


2. Ford 


For brands looking for a sure-fire way to get their shiny new car all over Vine? Give one to Rudy Mancuso and ask him to run a competition #Vine4Rudy. Mr Mancuso will be creating content with lucky competition winners. If you want in on this sweet prize you had better get a shift on, though. Entries close 15th November.


  1. Nike


As part of Nike’s Snow Day campaign, the brand has created a series of clever Vines. You can check them out here. It was hard to pick a winner, but this one just about takes the crown.