GIFs and YouTube clips both have their place in quiz marketing. We recommend GIFs for short bursts of energy, or to briefly explain concepts.
YouTube clips are better for longer-form experiences - or if you need sound.
You'll see here - the GIF autoloads and plays on a loop, for instant engagement.
One of the key rules in marketing: the best content requires the fewest clicks from your audience.
Each click is a chance that user will lose interest and leave.
This infectiously happy 80's one hit wonder is a Riddle team favorite!
YouTube videos are a good choice here - because it's important to hear the sound from the clip. Plus you can set the start/end points of the clip - so you can test your users' knowledge without having to play the entire video.
Dust off your Michael Jackson, and start watching your John Hughes films (16 Candles, anyone?) - you obviously need a crash course in all things 80's!
No surprise here - you're at home in this most awesome of decades! Go forth and keep spreading the word about all things 80's...
... except parachute pants. Those need to NEVER come back. ;)