Campaigns for FMCG brands dominated the rankings of most-viewed case studies on Warc this year, with 'Mariachi', a humourous campaign from AMV BBDO for snack brand Doritos, taking the number one spot.

The case study described how Doritos rebuilt itself as a highly agile, social media-based, content-driven brand in the UK with the help of some Mariachi singers and a social media push. 'Mariachi', and AMV, also won the Grand Prix at the 2014 Warc Prize for Social Strategy.

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The second most-seen case on Warc this year was Real Beauty Sketches, a global campaign from Ogilvy Sao Paulo for Dove, the Unilever-owned beauty brand. This campaign centred around an online video of an FBI trained sketch artist who drew his subjects based on both their self-descriptions and those of people who had met them only recently. This subsequently became the most-watched brand video ever, with 'Real Beauty Sketches' also taking a sought-after Creative Effectiveness Lion at Cannes this year.

Another Lions winner came in third on the Warc rankings. 'Weave your magic - How Lurpak found its global voice', from Wieden + Kennedy London, described how the butter brand created a global brand positioning based on a universal food truth around the joy of cooking for food lovers.

Two other winners at the Warc Prize for Social Strategy rounded out the top five most-viewed cases for 2014. #YouDrive, from AMV BBDO for Mercedes-Benz, the automaker, came fourth. This case study described how Mercedes-Benz monetised social engagement with the world's first interactive driving experience conducted through a television commercial in the UK.

Lastly, 'Baby&Me', from BETC Paris for Danone-owned water brand Evian, was a global campaign that used social media, a mobile app and dancing babies to drive online engagement.

Data sourced from Warc