Unruly has been named among the fastest-growing companies in the UK. The marketing technology company was ranked 14th on The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 – an annual league table of 100 private tech (TMT) companies in Britain with the fastest-growing sales over the latest three years.
Google drops off dog food, Angry Birds become Transformers and Selena Gomez has trouble choosing her footwear.
Anyone with a Facebook account and a pulse is already fully familiar with the Ice Bucket Challenge, a social media phenomenon created to raise awareness of the disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Vine is cooler than an Ice Bucket Challenge right now, with brands and users across the web clamoring for their six seconds of fame.
We all know us Brits can sometimes find it hard to express our emotions. All too often we leave it to special occasions to express how we really feel. An awkward hug at family birthdays, a shy peck on the cheek at weddings, an obligatory card on Valentine's Day. Our stiff upper lips just won't let us get the words out, I guess.
Homer Simpson does the Ice Bucket Challenge, Jean-Claude Van Damme wears double denim and the 'city that never sleeps' proves that it's also the city that never shuts up.
As marketers realise the impact short form video can have, it's no surprise Vine is high up on every brand's agenda right now.
Kia hamsters perform some 'Weird Science', Sony create a goldfish and Pinterest shows you how to make a casserole.
Vine is cooler than the Arctic Circle right now, but with a wave of short-form content engulfing the Open Web, it's not always easy to find pearls in the ocean.
Some things are just so bad, they're actually good. How else do you explain the mind-boggling popularity of shows like X-Factor, Made in Chelsea or WWE Wrestling?
An American tries to understand the word 'relegation', the Manning brothers rap and Cheerios teaches us how to 'dad'.
Vine is hotter than the sun right now. However, with a wave of short-form content engulfing the Open Web, it's not always easy to find the pearls in the ocean.
Apple helps you read the minds of swamps and heavy metal star Bret Michaels serenades a Nissan. Yep, it's just another week in AdLand!
History was made on the Unruly Viral Video Chart this month. After three-and-a-half years as the most shared ad of all time, Volkswagen’s ad ‘The Force’ was finally overtaken by Activia’s musical collaboration with Colombian pop princess Shakira.
Welcome to Unruly’s weekly round-up of the best branded Vine content from the last seven days. In just 36 short seconds, you’ll know which brands are setting the short-form video world on fire.
Surfing with smartwatches, testing 'bouncy' shoe technology and combating racial prejeduce. Yep, it's just another week in AdLand!
Vine is hotter than the sun right now, with users across the web clamouring for their six seconds of fame.
When was the last time you made a high-stakes bet with a friend? Perhaps you wagered a round of drinks on a World Cup match, or a tidy sum on an Oscar pool.
Football boots go wild, San-Franciscans go street-surfing and Walter White floats into space. Yep, it's just another week in AdLand!
As more and more marketers realise the impact that short-form video can have, it's no surprise Vine is high up on every brand's agenda.