Unruly is a video technology company that works with top brands and their agencies to predict the emotional impact of their videos and get them watched, tracked and shared across paid, owned and earned media. We use our proprietary technology to turn target audiences into engaged viewers and engaged viewers into customers and advocates. Brands use our social analytics dashboard to benchmark their content, outsmart the competition and demonstrate superior ROI.
In a nutshell, brands use Unruly to join the dots on Facebook, YouTube and the social web. With an engaged audience of 978 million consumers, across the full range of mobile, tablet and second screen devices, Unruly has delivered, tracked and audited 2.8 billion video views across 2,500+ social video campaigns for over 400 brands including Coca-Cola, T-Mobile, Volkswagen, Microsoft, Warner Brothers and adidas. We’ve worked with 60% of Interbrand’s Top 100 Best Global Brands and our mission is to deliver the most awesome social video advertising campaigns on the planet.
Founded in 2006, by Scott Button, Matthew Cooke and Sarah Wood, Unruly has 11 offices and employs over 125 people globally.
With an audience of 978 million unique users, Unruly MEME (Media Engagement and Measurement Engine) is the global platform for social video advertising.
Unruly MEME is the world’s first media-neutral, platform-independent content delivery engine. Built from the ground-up to distribute video content to all and any internet-connected device, Unruly’s ground-breaking technology enables brands to engage consumers wherever they are, whatever screen they’re interacting with, across the full range of mobile, tablet and other second screen devices.
Unruly's Viral Video Chart is the world’s largest, most comprehensive database of online social videos.
Obsessively frequented by media mavens looking for the next big thing and poured over by agency creatives hoping to see their work make the cut, it was described by Will.i.am as “the Billboard Hot 100 of our generation.” It has tracked 329 billion video streams since its launch in 2006 and its data is syndicated to a wide range of mainstream media outlets, including Mashable, the IAB, The Guardian, The Washington Post, AdWeek, TIME, Internet World Business and Campaign.