“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential…”
Here are three reasons you should make your next social media post an animation.
1. They draw the eye
With animation, your designs take on a whole new dimension. Movement grabs a viewer’s attention in a way a static image simply can’t. And in a busy social media feed, that’s a crucial point of difference.
2. They’re favored by social media algorithms
Ahh, the mysterious ways of “the algorithms”. Figuring out how to make the social media algorithms work for, rather than against you, can be headache inducing. Hot tip: posts containing videos and GIFS get higher levels of engagement (those likes and shares that you crave) and are more likely to be featured in your audience’s feed.
3. They’re surprisingly easy to make
They might look fancy, but that doesn’t mean they take hours—or hundreds of dollars—to create.
Geometry in action!
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Today is my aunt Farida’s 60th birthday bash right here in Ilford, so I’m closing up Gifville early for the day and am off to scoff cake and give my diet a headache. If it’s your big B-day today, well, happy birthday yo’ lucky self. Much love!
N’oubliez pas, cette nuit une pluie d’étoiles filantes
“Et si la vie était une étoile filante traversant une sombre éternité, chacun aurait le loisir de la faire briller à sa guise.”
Do not forget, this night, a shower of shooting stars
“And if life was a shooting star travelling through a dark eternity, everyone would take the leisure to make it shine as they please.”