2014 is coming to a close, and that means it's time to look back at the year on the White House Tumblr.
How'd we do on Tumblr this year? We reached more than 217,000 followers. We took questions from the public, and took over the I Love Charts Tumblr to look at women's equality in the workplace. In June, the President even held his first-ever Tumblr Q&A from the White House State Dining Room, answering questions from Tumblr users on all things student loans and education.
We use Tumblr because we're always looking for new ways to engage with the American people, and one of the best -- and most fun -- ways we've found to engage on Tumblr itself is through making GIFs.
That's why, to recap our year on Tumblr, we tallied up the number of notes -- the Tumblr equivalent of "likes" -- on each of the GIFs we created in 2014. Here, in order, are the top 10 GIF moments on our Tumblr this year, decided by the Tumblr users themselves:
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