The 2016 Holiday GIF Guide
We’re huge fans of using GIFs in email. And it seems you guys are, too: Last year’s GIF guide was one of our most popular posts of 2015. (Seriously – we received dozens of comments and tweets about how much you guys loved ‘em!)
We didn’t want to keep you hanging this year. Our design team whipped up these exclusive creations (and threw in some old favorites) for you to use in your next holiday campaign. They’re even optimized for email and designed to play well with most email clients.
Download Your GIFs
You can use these to break up sections in your email.
Give a great first impression with these holiday email headers.
Just For Fun
Add a little festive flair to your emails with these fun GIFs.
Here’s your step-by-step guide to adding them to your emails:
Step 1: Find the animated GIF that you want to use in your email. (Choose an individual GIF above, or create your own!)
Step 2: Save an individual GIF to your computer by either right clicking the image and selecting “Save Image,” or by dragging the image to your desktop. You can also download the entire pack by clicking the Download All The GIFs button above.
Step 3: Upload the image into your email template.
Step 4: Test both HTML and text versions of your email. Make sure that the GIF appears correctly in your test before you send. (We use Litmus.)
… And voila! Your festive GIF will be ready to go.The 2016 Holiday GIF Guide is here! Click To Tweet
You might also like: Your Field Guide to Animated GIFs in Email
But wait! There’s more…
Looking to send a little more holiday cheer? If you’re an AWeber customer, check out the new seasonal drag-and-drop templates in your account. (Not a customer? Treat yourself to a free 30-day trial on us.)
We hope you have a wonderful holiday season!