When the World Wide Web entered the public consciousness, the only way to show moving images in a web browser was to use animated GIFs. However, they quickly grew tiresome and were often considered primitive and cheesy. By the mid-to-late 1990s, most self-respecting designers, website builders, and marketers refused to use them. You can read … Continue reading Boost Your Twitter Engagement Using GIFs
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