SexWorkCEO, RedGIFs Team Up for Training Course

SexWorkCEO, RedGIFs Team Up for Training Course

LOS ANGELES — SexWorkCEO and have partnered on a training course designed to help content creators make best use of the latter's platform.

The five-part series launched this week and includes an introduction to RedGIFs, how to set up an account and get verified, how to utilize various platform features, tips and tricks for creators and effective business strategies for using RedGIFs as part of a marketing plan.

“I'm really excited about these courses,” said SexWorkCEO founder MelRose Michaels. “RedGIFs has reworked its platform to be a creator-focused tool that is truly beneficial for online sex workers. Like many sex workers, I’m an active user of RedGIFs and use it to drive traffic to my other platforms. By working with SexWorkCEO on these courses, they’ve opened a direct communication channel with the creator community, demonstrating their commitment to sex workers.”

RedGIFs co-owner Jimmy noted the platform jumped at the chance to collaborate.

"We completely share the aim of empowering the sex work community," he said. "We believe the sharing of knowledge, insights and experience are essential for our industry to survive and grow and we are delighted to join forces with SexWorkCEO to help achieve that shared goal."

Click here for additional details about the new training course and follow SexWorkCEO and RedGIFs on Twitter.

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