Jul 3, 2015 - This week, consumers took to Twitter to make fun of Urban Outfitters, brands got cheesy for #InternationalJokeDay, and Tim Horton's scored a major emoji win on #CanadaDay. Comments
Jun 21, 2015 - In today's digital age, how can marketers better generate consumer demand during the path to purchase? Comments
Jun 15, 2015 - UK technology company Intelligent Environments launches world's first emoji-only passcode. Is this a trend of things to come? Comments
Jun 5, 2015 - Norwegian Airlines demonstrates the rise in visual communication, promoting a new flight to Las Vegas with a web address that consists of emojis for an airplane, slot machine and money. Comments
May 29, 2015 - According to some agency higher-ups, the quickly-growing digital space calls for constant innovation. Comments
May 18, 2015 - Brands like MillerCoors and 1-800-Flowers consider emojis and stickers a non-disruptive way to engage consumers on messaging apps, the world's most popular app category. Comments
May 15, 2015 - Emojis are so popular among consumers that brands have graduated from tweeting them to launching keyboards, and in the case of Domino's, allowing consumers to use them to order pizza. Comments
Dec 18, 2014 - Brands are beginning to embrace the visual power of marketing with emojis. Could these fun little pictures be right for your business? Comments
Jan 21, 2014 - Paris-based ad agency, Rosapark, has created a real-life emoji campaign aimed at warning parents of the dangers of online chatting for their children. Comments
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