The Kimye wedding shenanighans have played out across the world’s social media for what seems like months. And those obsessing over the nuptials also did well on those same platforms. An Instavid from MTV has attracted nearly 30,000 likes, making it one of the most popular Instagram videos of the last seven days. Other videos of note include a warning from Jack in the Box about their super hot ‘n spicy burger, a multi-player how-to from Playstation, and a snarky report from the BBC about the SNCF train purchase fiasco.
Best Branded Instagram Videos of the Last 7 Days
#1 Jack in the Box
The fast food brand is really pushing its Blazin’ Chicken burger, and here is another Instagram video that warns consumers that it will burn the roof of their mouth off. Excellent reverse psychology in use.
Not sure that you’d want to find a Cornetto anywhere BUT the freezer, surely?
#3 BBC News
There has been much chortling this week about the wrong-sized train stock purchased by SNCF, particularly from the British press. The BBC joined in, uploading this clip, complete with jaunty soundtrack and the hashtags #FatTrains #SNCF #LaughingStock #Funny.
Nice little informational/walk-through Instavid from Playstation which gives instructions on how to join a multiplayer game.
Not entirely sure whether this is a collaboration or user-generated content, but the brand are using it for the ending of their ad up on AHH.com. Lovely piece of footage but even we had to turn down the audio after the first 15 seconds.
So, there was a wedding over the weekend. MTV took to Instagram for there own little tribute, but nobody summed it up better than the New York Times…….
#7 General Electric
For a #ThrowBackThursday post, GE celebrated highlighted the fact that day was huge in aviation history, as it marked the 108th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright’s historic 1906 patent for “new and useful improvements to the flying machine. Pretty sure that’s not the actual patent shown in the video.
Employee profiles are an excellent promotional device for any brand, and one of the quickest, and most effective ways to give a company a human face. On Instagram, Barbour is celebrating the workers who form the backbone of the business. Here’s Marian, reminiscing about making coats for a former member of the British Royal Family.