Why should I use Emojis for my brand

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Emojis have been part of our communication behavior for a while. I feel now it’s the perfect moment to incorporate and integrate them into our overall digital and social strategy. See below some facts and reasons why we should embrace this format.

Why to use emojis and marketing

Why Emojis are a great format to communicate?

-> According to Swyft Media, 41.5 billion messages and 6 billion emoticons or stickers are sent around the world every day on mobile messaging apps. “When we offer mobile app users the imagery of their favorite brands, they don’t see it as advertising,” noted Evan Wray, co-founder of Swyft Media. “They see it as self-expression.”

-> Many brands are doing it already: Check the articles below:
Taco Bell:
Compilation of 2014 campaigns
10 Brands Opting to Show instead of Tell

-> iPhones added new ones in the new OS version

-> Emojis are comely used by Millennials when communicating to each other

-> It’s more native than apps. “We didn’t go create our own app because people use the emojis natively already,” explained Taco Bell rep Ashley Sioson. “We want it to be a natural tie-in to how the user already uses emojis.”

-> It’s more native than apps. “We didn’t go create our own app because people use the emojis natively already,” explained Taco Bell rep Ashley Sioson. “We want it to be a natural tie-in to how the user already uses emojis.”

Do you have any more reasons why to use Emojis for your brand?