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Tag Archives: GIFs

Because videos are tl;dr: new Rallyverse tutorials predictably feature lots of GIFs

If you’ve logged into Rallyverse today, you’ve noticed a fresh set of tutorials. And, if you’ve been following us for a while, you won’t be in the least bit surprised to discover that those tutorials are full of GIFs. Why GIFs? Our product is meant to be extremely simple to use, but it has a […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Do Not Fear the Zombie Content Apocalypse

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got some myth-busting about the content zombie apocalypse from Copyblogger, Mark Cuban explains why apps and social networks have him using Google less and less, an academic and gloomy prediction about the popularity of social networks, and (FINALLY) an awards show for GIFs. 8 Myths of the Zombie Content Apocalypse Youve […]

TL;DR: Five Reasons Why The Future Of Content Creation Is Short And Snackable

To GIF or not to GIF, that is the question. When we talk to marketers, one of the topics that comes up all the time is the role of long-form versus short-form content. That is, what sort of mix should a marketer seek between creating long-form content (lengthy blog posts, essays and whitepapers) and short-form content (social media posts, […]