Those lovely people at Unruly are all about video and have chosen their 10 favourite global branded Vine's of the week for ReelSEO. Food related clips dominate but there are also a couple of serious messages behind the stop motion fun. We love the Target Vine for football snack food and Disney's little clip of Route 66 at Cars Land, Anaheim is super sweet too. Four out of the ten are using, or encouraging user generated Vine content as part of a wider promotional strategy which makes sense and is obviously working for those brands. Let's take a look at Unruly's choices for the best branded Vines of the last 7 days.
1. Taco Bell
Taco Bell, the world's largest restaurant company, have launched their 2013 World Hunger Relief drive with a Vine that shows how your $1 donation can help those most in need. Fundraising events are being held at Taco Bells, as well as KFCs and Pizza Huts across the U.S. and employees are encouraged to raise as much as they can for the cause. More details can be found here.
Trident, who have fully embraced Vine as a marketing tool and now they are actively encouraging uder generated content from customers who want to get paid in the chewy stuff.
Another food related Vine here from Wendys who have been encouraging their customers to create 6 second videos to promote a new range of flatbreads. If they upload using the #6SecondsFlat hashtag they stand a chance of winning a $6,000 American Express gift card.
4. Cody Johns, for Gap
Muscian, actor, whatever Cody Johns and a bunch of other pretty looking boys pounce around with naked mannequins for Gap.
5. General Electric
General Electric have been holding a '6 Second Science Fair' on Tumblr recently and have been asking viewers to send in their Vine clips to demonstrate just how much science they have been able to squeeze into such a short time frame.
A brilliantly inventive and funny Vine from Target to celebrate the kick off of the #football season.
U.S dance record label Mad Decent headlined at the Tomorrow World festival in Georgia and made a Vine about it. Looks a blast.
8. Disney Parks
Cars Land, part of the Disney park in California, created this little Vine to promote their Route 66 attraction.
Intel ISEF, is the world's largest international pre-college science competition for students in grades 9–12. More than 1,500 high school students from over 70 countries, regions, and territories compete every year to display their independent research. Jack Andraka was this year's winner and was rewarded with his very own Vine.
10. MTV Style
MTV's "Cover Moments" aim to capture the latest in pop culture trends from trendy people doing super cool things.