Top 10 most popular YouTube ads since Cannes 2013

Top 10 most popular YouTube ads since Cannes 2013
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YouTube has released its leaderboard of the top ten most popular global video ads since last year’s Cannes festival.

Topping the board was the Kobe v Messi selfie, with the YouTube rewind in second place and First Kiss coming in third.

Looking across the ten popular ads, YouTube found each ad was at least a minute long with the average view duration of the ads was 1:29 minutes. The total number of views for the ads reached 620 million with a total of 924 million minutes watched.

Check out the top ten most popular ads below. Where does your favourite place?

1. Turkish Airlines – Kobe v Messi: The Selfie

Creative Agency: Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Media Agency: N/A

2. YouTube – YouTube Rewind: What does 2013 say?

Creative Agency: Portal-A

Media Agency: Essence Digital

3. WREN: First Kiss

Creative Agency: Unknown

Media Agency: Unknown

4. Volvo Trucks: The Epic Split featuring Van Damme

Creative Agency: Forsman & Bodenfors

Media Agency: Vizeum

5. Budweiser – Superbowl XLVIII commercial – ‘Puppy Love”

Creative Agency: Anomaly

Media Agency: Busch Media Group

6. Nike Football – Winner Stays

Creative Agency: Wieden + Kennedy

Media Agency: Mindshare Portland

7. Pantene: Labels Against Women I #ShineStrong Pantene

Creative Agency: BBDO Guerrero Ortega

Media Agency: Mediacom Philippines

8. Google: Google Zeitgeist I Here’s to 2013

Creative Agency: Adam & Eve DDB

Media Agency: PHD & Essence

9. Save the Children: Most shocking second a day video

Creative Agency: Don’t Panic

Media Agency: N/A

10. Cornetto: Keyfi Yolunda, Aşkı Sonunda

Creative Agency: MOFILM

Media Agency: Mindshare

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