In preparation for the premiere of their comedy, The House, Warner Bros. wanted to run a campaign on Snapchat to boost ticket sales using tongue-and-cheek clips from the movie’s co-stars, Amy Pohler and Will Farrell. By syncing the studio’s raw files with corresponding audio clips and creating custom motion graphics, VidMob’s Snapchat expert produced a handful of native Snap Ads to get audiences laughing and lining up at theatres nationwide.
Bud Light wanted to run a brand awareness campaign on Snapchat Shows featuring their Night of Your Life story. In a week, VidMob’s Snap Ad expert turned their long-form storyline into 13 unique episodes of each major plot point.
Hulu wanted to run a DR campaign to drive downloads of their mobile app on Snapchat. VidMob produced four unique Snap Ads, from GIFs to cinemagraphs, featuring their most popular shows to attract mobile-first audiences to swipe up and start watching.
Michael Kors wanted to be one of the first brands to make a splash on Instagram Stories. The catch? They only had a single 16:9, 30s spot to run. Within 3 days, VidMob produced eight unique vertical video ads that leaned into different brand and product narratives. As a result, Michael Kors saw a 10x lift in brand favorability and 4X lift in ad recall from this campaign.
To support their recent #CallingAllCreators campaign, Adidas wanted to run fresh creative on Facebook and Instagram to unify their message across social, email, and TV. Using a collection of powerful celebrity statements, VidMob produced a dozen compelling in-feed and Instagram Story assets to inspire audiences to embrace their inner creative with Adidas.