goviral is revealing the top 10 viral videos for the month of november.
1. T-Mobile - Welcome Back
In that period it has managed to generate more than 4.6 million online views, which is
very impressive. It was produced at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, and shows arriving
passengers being given a welcome home to remember, with actors disguised as normal
passengers and people starting singing from all sides. The video has until now had more
than 82.000 shares, but still has some distance to cover if the aim is to achieve same
results as the first T-mobile ad.
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, London
2. Nike - Lebron Rise
feeling that heat too. Nike Basketball invites us to think about the differences between
expectations others have of James, and expectations James has for himself. The video has
gotten over 4.2 million views within the last month and does seem to continue rising.
Agency: Wieden+Kenndy, New York
3. American Express - Conan O'Brien
Live and the Simpsons, travels to India in his quest to perfect every last detail for his
upcoming performance. If you're as serious about entertainment as Conan is, every detail
counts. Even though the video originally is a TVC it has had over 1.5 million hits and
11.000 shares in little less than a month.
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
4. Redbull - "Way Back Home"
Danny MacAskill on a journey from Edinburgh back to his hometown Dunvegan. It
is a somewhat classic Redbull sponsored production where we see Danny make some
incredible stunts on his BMX bike through the whole video. The video has since the 16.
Nov. gotten almost 3 million views which is very impressive for this kind of video.
Agency: In-house Redbull
5. Batelco – Infinity
puts them in a league for themselves. Prepare yourself before pressing play, since once
you start the “Batelco – Infinity” video your eyes will be glued to your monitor for
the next three minutes. It is an impressive display of what happens if we just let our
imagination run wild. It has only been online for less than two weeks and therefore only
the 300.000 views, which isn’t allot considering the great content.
Agency: FP7/BAH, Bahrain
6. Alphabet Photography - Christmas Food Court Flash Mob, Hallelujah Chorus
the “classic” T-Mobile Dance from 2009. The video features a mall in Canada where
unsuspecting shoppers get a big surprise, while enjoying their lunch, as over 100
disguised actors suddenly start singing Christmas Hallelujah Chorus. The idea itself is not
new, but the result is astonishing. The video has managed to generate more than 5 million
views in less than two weeks.
Agency: In-House Alphabet Photography, Canada
7. Keep a Child Alive - Digital Death
unorthodox approach for raising aid funds. Wednesday, December 1, World AIDS Day,
world celebs like Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Ryan Seacrest, Justin Timberlake, P. Diddy,
Usher, Serena Williams, Elijah Wood, and many others will end their digital lives and
sign off from all social networking platforms, including Twitter and Facebook. The
message in the video is that they will not come back online until $1 million has been
collectively raised for KCA.
Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day New York
8. Rokk Vodka – “Dream”
commercial, “The Dream”. The video is featuring three guys, a Viking and a dreamy
woman presenting an ad with a big ego. What makes this video stand out is the seemingly
sober approach of presenting the vodka as stylish and exclusive when it suddenly changes
into the trio sitting in a water fountain while being overly smashed. The video has
received Almost 200.000 views since the 20th of Nov.
Agency: The Lonely Island members
9. Epson - Printer vs. Racing Car
of a new online video ad for Epson which is featuring a race car driving a lab while a
printer installed in the car is printing a picture of it. Epson claims to have one of the
fastest printers in the world, see if they are right. The video is from October, but has just
been noticed now. Even though it has only managed to receive 130.00 views it still makes
the top 10 due to the good content.
Agency: Albion, London
10. Volkswagen - Fun theory / The Speed Camera Lottery
Volkswagen’s Fun Theory experiments have been all about proving that people will
do the right thing if you give them the right incentives. The latest idea comes from,
Kevin Richardson, an American whose idea was selected during a contest for the next
Fun Theory experiment. In this video the challenge is to make keeping the speed limit
rewarding. Considering that The Fun Theory is “old news” 85.000 views since 12 Nov. is
Agency: DDB, Stockholm