As it's the 17th of March, and we’re all a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, let's raise a glass of Guinness and watch ten of their very best social videos. The ten we've chosen have a remarkable knack for telling stirring tales of inspiration, dedication, ingenuity, and effort.
Volkswagen top the list of the most shared Super Bowl ads of all time, ahead of Budweiser, Universal Pictures and Doritos. Soft drink giants Pepsi and Coca-Cola don't make the top ten, and now Pepsi are taking a different approach for the 2014 big game.
Food brands are embracing online video as never before. Cornetto, Oreo and Chipotle are using YouTube, Vine and Instagram video in an innovative and creative way and are reaping the social sharing rewards.
When it comes to the food industry, brands need to understand the behaviour of the customer and construct the right kind of campaigns to win their hearts and their loyalty. We take a look at some of the trends that have helped companies like Oreo and Chipotle go viral on YouTube.
Having won awards for their previous video campaign, Chipotle have again produced something very special that has already attracted over 5.8 Million views in just one week. 'The Scarecrow' is a beautifully produced animated video highlighting issues with the modern food industry.
A new Beneful ad has gone the Rube Goldberg route, which is both overused and hard to pull off, but ultimately, fun to watch. And this one requires trained dogs to do some of the work to keep it going. While it's nothing new, it's worth taking a look at a brand doing something other than traditional advertising.
We'd like to thank the men and women who have died for our country. And, as we do in America, we say thanks, and have epic cookouts! Looking for some food ideas for Memorial Day, or at least how to make them? Here are a few YouTube videos for your Memorial Day cookouts: burgers, corn, desserts, and drinks.
Domino's Pizza Japan have launched a new iPhone app for customers and used their President to front a video campaign about it. The result is as corporate, cringeworthy and awkward as you would imagine but it's getting the exposure that the company needs......