Giphy Adds Hire Me Button

Giphy introduced a Hire Me Button Thursday to make it easier for brands and professionals to locate and hire artists on its platform. Verified artists can go to their settings page and activate the Hire Me feature, after which a button–viewable on desktop web browsers–will appear on their channel, alerting any logged-in users that they…

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