Volvo’s new ad featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme performing a full split between two reversing Volvo trucks has set the web ablaze with over 7 million YouTube views, half a million Facebook shares and 20,000 tweets in just 2 days!
Check out this 2-minute video that’s creating a massive buzz online with almost 20 million YouTube views, 1 million Facebook shares and 30,000 Tweets within 2 weeks of upload.
Nike’s JUST DO IT is one of the most popular advertising slogans of all time. Coined by Wieden+Kennedy back in 1988, it was ranked second by AdAge in its list of top 10 slogans of the 20th century (the first spot went to “Diamonds are forever” by DeBeers). Nike celebrated 25 years of its iconic campaign with a super cool commercial that’s skyrocketed to the top of the viral video charts with over 3 million YouTube views in just 2 days!
Pepsi roped in British illusionist Dynamo for this eye-catching stunt that wowed Londoners last week. The magician seemed to be floating alongside a double decker bus, leaning his arm on the roof with his feet in mid air.
You don’t create viral content. You create content that goes viral, if done right.
Here’s something handy you probably didn’t know. You can create a URL that links to a specific time in a YouTube video. In other words, you can share a link to a YouTube video that plays from where you specify. Here’s how.
Adobe Photoshop’s Street Retouch Prank video has skyrocketed to the top of the viral charts with over 9.2 million YouTube views and 300,000 Facebook shares within just 3 days!
Gaming enthusiasts swarmed YouTube for the Xbox One unveil video resulting in 4 million views in just one day. The video showcases the new Kinect sensor, controller and new features like Live TV, Skype, personal homescreen, cinematic gaming etc.
Google Zeitgeist 2012 (pronounced “za-it-guest”) showcases the major stories this year using data from Google Trends and the 1.2 trillion search queries the search giant received this year.
What sells better than a celeb? A sports celeb. And what’s better than a sports celeb? Two of them.