Campaign Viral Chart: New Galaxy smartphone ad rises to top spot

Samsung's introduction to its Galaxy smartphone rose in the chart this week.

1. Samsung: "Introducing the new #GalaxyNote5"

Introducing the new #GalaxyNote5.

Posted by Samsung Mobile on Thursday, August 13, 2015

Rising from number six to the top spot, this ad sees Samsung introducing the new Galaxy Note 5 to tech-hungry customers, showcasing its many features.

Over the past week the ad has been shared 280,568 times.           

2. John Lewis: "tiny dancer" by Adam & Eve/DDB

John Lewis' latest offering for its home insurance sees a budding ballerina enthusiastically dancing around her house, leaving many households objects in a precarious state.

The ad has been shared 38,329 times in the past seven days.

3. Foot Locker: "#StartFresh" by BBDO New York

Find out what Victor Cruz really thinks of Odell Beckham Jr in our new commercial spot. #StartFresh

Posted by Foot Locker on Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Foot Locker's cheeky ad brings together New York Giants' American football star Victor Cruz, who was unable to play last season, and newcomer Rookie Odell Beckham Jr., who filled his spot.

The ad sees the NFL duo meeting at the beginning of the new season, with insight into what they actually think of each other. This week, the ad has amassed 36,385 shares.

4. ROC Live Life Loud "Cristiano Ronaldo in disguise"

After claiming the number three spot last week, this ad has dropped to number four. Promoting a line of headphones from Ronaldo's company ROC Live Life Loud, the ad sees a disguised Ronaldo showcasing his professional football skills.

In the past week, the film has been shared 34,144 times. 

5. Coca-Cola: "Trao Cam Xuc, Nhan Hanh Phuc"

This Vitenamese ad maintains its position at number five this week. The title means "Coca-Cola Talking, Talking Emotional" and has been shared 22,689 times this week.

The global soft drink giant encouraged customers to express their deepest emotions to loved ones, through emoji-emblazoned cans of Coke, and hide nearby to watch their reactions. 

6. DC Shoes: "Robbie Maddison's "Pipe Dream"

Up one spot from last week, the ad from DC shoes stars pro motorcyclist Robbie Maddison gliding his bike across the rivers of the Tahitian jungle.

This week, the ad has been shared 22,639 times. 

7. Google: "Introducing Project Sunroof"

"Project Sunroof" takes information from Google Maps to calculate how much sun falls on a roof, which it then uses to work out how many solar panels your house would need and how much money it could save you.

Google's environmentally-aware film has been shared 20,294 times in the past seven days.

8. Tommy Hilfiger: "Rafael Nadal for Tommy Hilfiger: it all comes off"

Tennis star Rafael Nadal stars in Tommy Hilfiger's ad. The film sees Nadal undressing to his Tommy Hilfiger underwear, before heading to the showers in just a towel.

This week, the ad has been shared 11,728 times.

9. Bar B Q Plaza: "the waiter's mom" by NudeJEH

Last week's top entry in the chart, this ad was released on 6 August in preparation for Thailand's Mother's Day on 12 August.

The ad, created by Bangkok agency NudeJEH for restaurant chain Bar B Q Plaza, highlights the difficulty of hospital workers who may have to miss the special occasion. Over the past week the film has been shared 11,001 times. 

10. Red Bull: "Laso Schaller's Insane 59 Meter Cliff Jump!"

High-diver Laso Schaller sets a world record for the highest cliff jump in Red Bull's campaign. The ad sees him preparing for a 58.8m jump from a Swiss canyon, before leaping into the water below.

The film has been shared 10,979 times in the last seven days.

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