How do I turn my profile pic into that Harry Potter’ish moving gif?

You’ve seen it, now you want it. We get it.

It’s pretty darn cool isn’t it? That Facebook moving profile pic that catches you off guard when you happen across it – it looks like magic! So, now you want to cause that same excitement in others who visit your profile. To view one in action, click HERE

The actual Video URL 

How do you do it?

It is quite simple to do,  view the handy ‘how to’ video below from Tech Insider and make your magic!

We do suggest making this change on your Facebook Profile, because anything that is ‘different’ will catch attention, and catching attention online is a good thing. This feature has been around for quite some time, but many people are unaware of it. So, shhh…keep this secret to yourself and have some fun with it!

If you REALLY need to share the magic, then share this blog post with your friend who needs to know – we’ll be ever so grateful!

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Kaare Long

Creative Director/CEO at a Cue Creative Consulting
Kaare Long specializes in Social/Digital Marketing as a coach and consultant with her business a Cue Creative Consulting–developing creative, innovative and ‘outside of the box’ online campaigns and supporting businesses to build engaged and effective social media communities online around their brand. Kaare also writes in her own personal blog which was recently selected as one of the Top 30 Mom Bloggers for in Vancouver for 2016. Her writing focuses on being a single parent in the Entrepreneur world and how to survive and thrive by rocking the boat –

Volunteering regularly in the Vancouver community, Kaare sponsors and supports many local artists and community driven businesses and social causes and has been nominated for the ‘Power of Peace Award’ with YMCA the Wendy McDonald award – Vancouver Board of Trade for Community Catalyst and the ‘Community Impact Award‘ from Small Business Awards B.C.
Kaare’s driving force is her strong sense of community support to each and every project she undertakes and she is the founder of the #sayhitoastanger social project in Vancouver.
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