We’ve been researching Emojis over the past few weeks and we have found that they have some very serious power. Emojis are used millions of times a day – on phones, social media and in top notch blog posts from digital marketing companies.
- Roughly 6,167,206 people worldwide have used the coffee emoji on Twitter - usually in the morning!
- The word emoji didn’t evolve from emoticon. The Japanese ‘e’ means image and ‘moji’ means character.
- Studies suggest that the use of emojis in revision and tasks can aid memory and may lead the way to success.
Tweets with Emojis have a higher interaction rate and they add much needed expression to our daily digital communications. They also have potential to be used for resonant marketing campaigns and help to make light of constructive criticism.
We’ve put together an emotive infographic to sum up your working day through the language of emojis, plus some interesting facts about how Emojis are used in people’s everyday lives across the globe.
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