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Five of the best luxury campaign videos

Video campaigns keep becoming an increasingly popular tool for brands to communicate their key messages, showcase product launches and to connect with their audience in a more immersive way. Since almost all brands are now doing using video in their content marketing strategies, it’s important that content is unique and stands out and that goes for luxury brands too. With that in mind, here are some of our top picks for the best luxury campaign videos:

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A video Introduction to Leeds Content Marketing Agency Prohibition

The last twelve months at Prohibition HQ have been rather busy, we have had to expand our office space and the team has grown to more than 15 members and that is all because our client list just keeps on getting longer. It’s a great problem to have and I would love to say this is all down to the superb leadership from Will and I but it isn’t, it is down to a committed and ambitious team that is constantly looking at new ways to build relationships for their clients. I am so proud of the team but I rarely get an opportunity to say so.

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Prohibition Pirate Takeover

Here at Prohibition HQ, we love creative social campaigns of all natures, and video content is no exception. So when our lovely city centre client, The Light, informed us that they would be hosting another pop-up bar – after the success of the Game of Thrones-themed Stark’s Tavern – we couldn’t wait to get creative. The theme this time? Pirates.

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Is this the worst music video ever?

I had to share this video with you because it is so terrible it’s brilliant. It’s of our two favourites Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta and the dance they do is so great.

I have one question – what were they thinking when they decided to do this? I find it strangely watchable.

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What is the future of Facebook? It’s in this video.

Here is an interesting concept – everyday we hear more and more about Facebook growing and I read a lot of posts of people asking for new features or making recommendations on how Facebook can change and get better.

This has prompted Venessa Miemis to create “The Future of Facebook” project which is basically a campaign to gather enough money together to interview a huge amount of big hitters and ask the big question “What is the future of Facebook?” Let’s hope it’s better than that of Friends Reunited.

For the record my view on the future of Facebook is that it will become a mobile hub that allows us to buy, interact, share and post wherever we are without us needing our credit cards. I also believe that to do this the ongoing battle with Google will be resolved eventually and the garden walls will be removed and we ‘the users’ will be able to share our content wherever and whenever we want.

I think this is quite a clever way to get the funding to do a video which is going to be watched by millions – so it gets a tick from me. They need to raise $5,000 and they have 42 days left on their deadline having already received $3,356. Let’s hope the video is worth it and doesn’t go on for too long when it is finished.