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.
Strangers undress each other, strangers dance in the nude and Metallica have too much time on their hands.
There was a time when I just thought it was just me. Some kind of mid-life crisis or unresolved childhood issue that had finally started to reveal itself after years of lying dormant.
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.
Suarez being banned for biting another player, hosts Brazil being hammered by Germany 7-1 and former champs Spain falling at the first hurdle - it's certainly been a World Cup to remember.
BMW goes for a spin on an aircraft carrier, Burger King thinks outside the bun, and Samsung plugs away at the iPhone.
Leading Vine star says Cannes Lions should have a short-form award category Millions of people are addicted to the 6-second content created by our latest guest on the Unruly blog - Rudy Mancuso.
With more than 40 million users, Vine has a lot of potential for brands looking to deliver creative short-form content.
With a colossal amount of sharing driven by the World Cup, it's been a memorable month for video advertising.
The drinks were flowing last night after Unruly’s Ops team won Best Digital Advertising Operations Team at this year's AOP Digital Publishing Awards.
Great Britain wins the Revolutionary War, Monty Python finds out why they shouldn't have bothered returning and beer lovers learn the words to the Canadian anthem.
With over 40 million highly-engaged users, Vine is hot stuff right now. However, with a tidal wave of short-form content engulfing the Open Web, it's not always easy to find the best of the bunch.
This week we have football advice from Sarajevo, see Gary Busey find himself and discover what it really means to run 'like a girl'.
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.
The co-winners of this year's Film Grand Prix at Cannes Lions certainly raised a few eyebrows in some quarters of the press - but not among avid followers of the Unruly Viral Video Chart.
This week we celebrate a 'full moon party', ride the night bus from hell and learn how to be a housecat.
In honour of Cannes Lions’ Music Day, we looks at a growing number of commercials that blur the line between music videos and full-blown ads - Trackverts You only need to look at this year’s World Cup to see how the relationship between music and advertising has changed.
It's been goals and talking points galore at this year's World Cup. But if it ever goes off the boil, Pepsi has come up with the perfect way to get things jumping again - an inflatable football pitch.
Food fights, drunken revellers, arguments, smelly food, rap battles, projectile vomiting - we all have our night bus war stories to tell. But for one unlucky group of Londoners, they got all of the above in just one night.
Volkswagen sends out a memorable message, Assassin's Creed is revolutionized and top footballers get animated for the World Cup.