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26/07/2013 by
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Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

Millions of videos get uploaded, so we curate them for you in our flagship format Viral Friday. See the 5 top viral videos of this week here on ViralBlog.

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This week, we selected the following top 5 viral videos for you:

1. Heineken | Departure Roulette

0 Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

Heineken is back with a new viral. In this funny video people are asked to play Departure Roulette to win a trip to surprise locations. The video has been online for a week and already gained over 2 million views.

 

2. First-Ever Google Glass Porn

0 Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

It was just a matter of time, but now the first porn is announced for Google Glass. This NSFW video is already watched over 2,6 within 3 days.

 

3. The Stig’s 130mph lawnmower

0 Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

The most popular test driver in the world ‘The Stig’ puts a lawn-mower to test in the spectacular video. With over 1.4 million views in a week this video serves as a pretty good promotion tool for BBC’s TopGear.

 

4. Chromecast: For Bigger Fun

0 Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

Google Chrome shows how much ‘video fun’  the Google Chromecast will be in this amazing feel good video. The Chromecast is definitely on the radar with over 900.000 views in 2 days.

 

5. Nobody in Boston Wants Free Money

0 Top 5 Videos In Viral Friday: Heineken | Departure Roulette

Never expected that handing out free money wouldn’t be popular. Fatawesome showed how suspicious people really are. Already over the 1 million people watched this movie since the 22th of July.

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Comments (4)

  • Laurens Bianchi 26/07/2013, 16:32

    Great edition! Love the Heineken and the free money video!

     
  • Igor Beuker 26/07/2013, 17:39

    Heienken getting a lot of views and even more free pr and buzz. Not sure I get it, but who cares. The targets seem to do!

    Haha Glass porn, we were counting down for that for weeks …

     
  • Bogdan Puştea
    28/07/2013, 11:04

    Curious about how your algorithm works: Why isn’t this video youtube.com/watch?v=OubvTOHWTms#at=56 in the list? It has 4 million views and was posted in the same day as “5. Nobody in Boston Wants Free Money”

     
    • Igor Beuker 28/07/2013, 11:35

      Hi Bogdan, thanks for sharing! The answer is this: we have a balance scorecard from a marketing perspective, so we do look beyond viral views. We do not only use algorithm, we aggregate and curate.

      Why? Because we are a marketing related blog and we do not include every funny, viral consumer generated video.

      We could be doing that, sure. But we have a mission to help the global marketing community. What we do not find 200% relevant for them, we curate.

      Same for our editorial formula: We share insights and our opinions: our subjective beliefs that are a result of our knowledge, experience, emotions and our interpretations of facts.

      Hoppe this is clear. Thanks