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😁.to

All available Emoji domains in one place

😁.to

All available Emoji domains in one place

😁.to shows an overview of all the remaining single-character emoji domain names available for registration.

Whether it's for an advertising campaign, URL shortener or simply a new project: an emoji name will help you stand out. They are memorable, quick to type, and fun 👌

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Excited to launch this today. Happy to answer any questions :)
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@marckohlbrugge I am interested in learning your research you have done before launching this site. If you have done any study on keyboard styles for supporting different countries? please do share it.
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@akulashashi I haven't done any research on that. I only know how emoji work on iOS and macOS.
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cool! Do you have a video explaining your concept and how it is going to benefit to existing sites?
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@akulashashi No I don't have any videos. The concept seems pretty self-explanatory though. Haven't gotten many questions about it.
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@marckohlbrugge hope you are minding me asking so many silly question but I think you concept is very unique and I wish to to understand your concept from business/consumer usage of such emoji way of browsing? give me one scenario or steps in using emoji to browse a website?
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Sorry, don’t understand what this is all about.
What can I do if I register an emoji?
Some examples, por favor.
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@BobWeisberg Use it as your domain name or redirect it to another URL. IMO, they're fun for visual effect but I'd probably redirect it back to a main domain.
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@BobWeisberg @TylerEWillis Tyler is correct. They mostly used to redirect to other, primary domains. For example Coca Cola used an emoji domain in the past on big billboards on the street. They are visually interesting and convey meaning without language barrier.

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