The Vine and ‘Video for Instagram’ content will be available on the BuzzPlayer video player, which allows users to share content and is available on mobile.
Brands can build their follower count on the previously closed Vine and ‘Video for Instagram’ platforms and track views and shares.
Rebecca Mahony, the vice president of global marketing at Ebuzzing, said: "Vine and ‘Video for Instagram’ have generated huge excitement within the marketing industry, but until now there has been no advertising platform enabling brands to fully exploit the potential of these platforms as a tool for sharing great content.
"This is a great step forward for the sharing of Vine and ‘Video for Instagram’ content and will help marketers grow their reach and showcase their work to a wider audience."
Video for Instagram launched in June to allow users to upload a 15-second video. Vine launched in June 2012. It hosts six-second clips and was purchased by Twitter in October.