5 Brands Rocking Their GIF Game

by Jillian Richardson
GIFs have been around for a long time, but for brands, the fun is just getting started. According to Adweek, Facebook is about to let brands post GIFs, Twitter recently allowed for auto-looped GIFs on its native video player, and companies like Giphy and Tumblr are raking in the cash by making branded GIFs for companies. In other words, GIFs are going to be a big part of the future of marketing.Read the full article

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