The Best Branded Vines Of February 2016: Super Bowl Stars And Dinosaur Scars
Ah, the joy of six. Vine is the leading short-form entertainment platform and has become a key component in global brand’s 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. So if you were wondering which advertisers are coming out on top, we’ve got you covered in our monthly Vine round-up.
6. Twitter Ads
It’s no surprise that Twitter has made our monthly round-up once again. they are on top of the short-form video content game with their creative mash-ups. In this Vine, Twitter is promoting its platform as the one-stop shop for sports, culture, gaming and more at the Mobile World Congress #MWC16
Coca-Cola has collaborated with Vine veteran and personality Alicia Herber to show off the selection available in their #ccFreestyle machines. Their low and no calorie range has got Alicia dancing for joy.
Hulu celebrates the launch of its new show 11.22.63 by partnering with Vine master Lawrence Becker to create this pre-historic stop-motion animation. Fingers crossed the dinosaurs don’t show up in 1963.
Unpop, the creative community of Vine, has announced its new logo in the most fitting fashion with this snappy stop-motion sketch.
2. Louisiana Hot sauce
Louisiana Hot sauce partnered with Alicia Herber for its Super Bowl Vine slot. The Vine comes after some clever cross promotion from Beyoncé, who’s known to carry a bottle of the sauce in her bag at all times.
The top Vine from this month has to be Kia’s #AddPizzazz short. The Vine takes the peculiar sock-puppets from Kia’s Superbowl ad with Christopher Walken and puts them behind the wheel of the new Kia Optima.