GE uses GIFs to communicate with the next generation


GE-Logo (1)General Electric, one of the world’s largest brands, added animated GIFs to their marketing strategy this week by launching a Tumblr site.  Even multinational companies (like GE) are seeing the value of using the animated GIF to get noticed and in doing so are bringing a new and younger audience into the conversation.  You may have seen the ‘Matrix’ villain Agent Smith recently in GE’s television and web ads.

As an industrial technology company, GE has loads of great content to create some fantastic animated GIFs from.  They’re perfect for visually enhancing web pages, email campaigns, and blog posts.  Here are some more neat examples by GE…



We applaud GE’s adoption of the animated GIF!  Their innovative visual approach is connecting them with the very generation of young people that will power their future success as engineers, rocket scientists, computer programmers, and machinists.  GE knows how to connect to today’s customer and future employees by communicating on the same bandwidth.  I have no doubt that GE’s vision will continue to “bring good things to life” for many more generations to come.

Get started today using animated GIFs to enhance your marketing message – visit to learn more!


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