Visually Content Hack: How to Create and Share GIFs Without Killing Your Bandwidth

by Joe Cardillo
Twitter made waves in the content marketing world again last week with the addition of native support for GIFs, which can be uploaded via the Twitter web client and iOS/Android mobile apps, as well as third party clients like Hootsuite, Buffer and TweetDeck. Since GIFs are already wildly popular on social networks and image sharing sites, brands quickly hopped on the new trend ...Read the full article