❤️ Emoji use in Domain Name or URLs of Website ❤️
Emoji 😀 can make up your old-fashioned textual URLs into emoji web links or domain.
Emoji are pictorial symbols that are typically presented in a colorful form and used inline in text. The language of emoji is universal and understood all over the world by almost anyone.
People love emoji, and now today, 95% of humans online have used emojis. You’ll find all emojis in WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, etc.
Not only can you create emoji URLs or paths, but you can also generate emoji domain names.
Emoji use in URLs of websites?
You can use emoji in the domain names, sub-domain names, and path or directory (URL). There are no limits to creativity. You can manually specify your custom emoji to make up your old-fashioned textual URLs into emoji web links.
It is most useful when you use it in a blog post or any internet forums URLs.
Why use emoji in URLs? Pros and Cons
- We need to make them more visible so people can memorize more easily and notice them.
- Emojis is an important marketing tool to use to increase Click-Through-Rate (CTR).
- If you would like to create brand new product campaigns, you can use emojis in URLs.
- Faster than words for better marketing campaigns and higher user engagement.
- Emoji Characters can improve relevancy in search.
- 100% compatible with all modern browsers.
- Emoji domains are fully Google compatible.
- Until now, emoji domain names can be difficult to register. From there, the setup is a bit of a pain.
- There are some technical and intellectual property barriers to clear before emoji URLs are available on any domain.
- It won’t support in all browsers.
- Some search engines aren’t designed to find them.
- Not all top-level domains support emoji, .com, .net, .org, and legally prohibited from hosting them.
How to add emoji in URL?
You can copy and paste an emoji into a URL in WordPress, but otherwise, you need to grab the Unicode.
However, in a browser your URL will look like this:
How does it work?
The system works because emoji are lettering and ASCII symbols. The browser uses a strategy called “Punycode*” to convert into internationalized domain names (IDN)”❤️❤️❤️”to “xn--qeiaa” behind the scenes. Emoji are automatically translated into code and routed the same way as any other website URL. Then you can see the domain name displayed as an emoji.
Punycode is a representation of Unicode with the limited ASCII character subset used for Internet hostnames. Using Punycode, hostnames containing Unicode characters are transcoding to a subset of ASCII consisting of letters, digits, and hyphens called the Letter-Digit-Hyphen (LDH) subset.
IDN converter, a tool for Punycode to Text/Unicode and vice-versa conversion
Where to find emoji?
The easiest way to find is to google “copy and paste emoji” and go to a site:
Where do I use emoji?
You can use emojis in URLs and even in domain names.
- Blogs post, message boards, and online forums.
- Social media.
- Newsletters & email marketing campaigns.
- Business cards.
- Billboards, Notice, or Poster.
Emoji Domain Registration
Only some of TLDs currently allow the registration of emoji domains. Currently, ccTDLs supporting and availability emoji domains is limited. As of May 2019, there are sixteen top-level domains for which registration is possible: .ai (Anguilla), .cf, .ga, .gq, .la (Laos), .ml, .tk, .st, .fm, .to (Tonga), .je, .gg, .kz, .com.kz, .org.kz, and .ws (Western Samoa).
Emoji URL Shortener
URL shortener like bitly, but with emojis
You can put emojis in URLs and even in domain names!