20 Ridiculously Relatable GIFS for Marketers
Laugh, cry and know you're not in this alone
July 1, 2018
Editor’s Note: This is a special encore post. It attracted the seventh-most traffic in the first half of the year of any LinkedIn Marketing Blog post that first appeared in 2018.
Everyone knows that being a marketer comes with a lot of emotional highs and lows. We don’t claim to know all of your pain points, what keeps you up at night, and what makes your heart soar. But being marketers ourselves, we have an idea...
We've scoured the internet to match GIFS with experiences we think almost every marketer can relate to.
If you’re a marketer who uses GIFS to communicate or perhaps wishes you could express yourself exclusively in GIFS, this post is for you.
Here are 20 ridiculously relatable GIFS for marketers
When you publish a blog post you’re super proud of and you want to see how many people have shared it.
When someone tells you they use multi-touch attribution.
When someone from the sales team says they use your content in customer and prospect meetings.
When you’re expected to launch a 50 page eBook, an Infographic, SlideShare, and a webcast in a month...and promote all content types across your social channels.
When you just realized you forgot to put a call-to-action at the end of your blog post.
When someone quotes Seth Godin, Ann Handley or Jay Baer.
When your parents think all you do is scroll through social feeds and mail out company coupons.
When someone tags your company in a mean tweet and you can’t help but take it personally.
When your competitor is ranking on Page 1 of Google.
When you start capturing video content for your company and begin looking at movies with a newly critical eye.
When the number of subscribers to your blog keeps going up every day.
When a big-time influencer retweets your stuff.
When your agency takes your concept and makes it even better than you ever thought it could be.
When you and your teammates have a brainstorm and the great ideas come raining down so hard you need an umbrella.
When that great idea you had has to be left on the cutting room floor.
When you delegate and don’t have to worry about a project at all, because you know your teammate is going to nail it.
When you can’t wait to get to work, because you know you and your team are going to crush it.
When your thoughts become as clear, concise and actionable as your company's social media updates.
When someone asks you to explain your stance on marketing as revenue driver rather than a cost center.
When you crank out a blog post in under an hour and still have time to source imagery, identify strategic backlinks and grab an iced coffee.
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