Trending branded vines: Innocent, Lego and Gain

Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines featuring hypnotic marketing, clean zombies and flying superheroes.

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You will love this Vine, You will love this Vine, You will love this Vine

Innocent drinks has created the best subliminal marketing Vine...ever. Well, at least it thinks it's the best. It does well to reinforce the notion that in the world of Vines, less truely is more.

The zombies are coming. And they want to clean up their act in this creepy vine by Gain.

Our last vine by Lego features not only an amazing triple flip into a bowl by a #Superjumper, but possibly the most confused cat ever.






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