With winter finally loosening its icy grip, March brought the brands out to play. While typically a good portion of this monthly round-up is dedicated to emotion-wrenching, handkerchief-necessitating content, the spring sunshine appears to have brought out the hopeful side in the world of online video advertising.
Hairpin Bends & Unlikely Friends: The Most Shared Ads Of March 2016
After another busy week in AdLand, we’ve picked out the five videos that are definitely worth your time.
In our round-up this week we’ve got the return of the ever-popular #LikeAGirl series, this time with emojis, as well as a light-hearted look at VR and some fun with UK reality star Joey Essex.
So let’s get started, shall we?
After a week watching the best (and worst) video ads on the web, we’ve picked the five essential ones for you to watch.
In this week’s round-up we have a 60-second horror film, a piano that only plays one note, zero gravity music videos and some very fresh breath. So without further ado, here is our weekly round-up of the five ads you should watch right now.
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Unruly data reveals Mercedes-Benz, EDEKA, and adidas as top brands of 2015, celebrated at the Unruly Video Sharing Awards (VSAs), the only event to honor advertisers’ social video success
Tuesday, December 15, 2015 — Android is the most successful social video video brand of 2015, according to new data released today by video ad tech company Unruly.
It’s a testament to the incredible gains made in recent years that LGBT Pride in 2015 was more visible than it has ever been. This profile is obviously partly due to the famous parades and festivals, which hundreds of thousands attended this weekend in cities across the world, but this year a more widespread campaign of visibility has brought Pride even further into the mainstream. While Pride remains a commemoration of community struggle and achievement, 2015 was also a banner year for brands showing their support.