95% of Internet users use emoticons, an international language that includes information on profitable businesses and user profiles.
Every day 10,000 million emoticons will be sent to Twitter and 5,000 million in Facebook Messenger. A British study by SwiftKey shows that in Latin America children enrich their use of "emojis", although they win Brazil kittens.
Argentina is one of the countries with fewer messages than "emojis", which exceeds more than 3% and is the one with the most heart-shaped eyes. In France, on the other hand, emoticons are used, mostly 20% of messages, according to the University of Michigan (USA) research.
The profiles of people from different universities have been linked to types of "emojis" and have been linked to political profiles or to different countries in the world, and the "Emoji" brand is already registered in more than 100 countries.
In this way, emoticons have become a universal language, most commonly used on the Internet. For this reason, in a report, Brandwatch (the commitment to monitor social media based in England) will be the first language that will allow communication with anyone to overcome the language barrier, and "emojis", even more text and words.
"Emojis" have become so common, although they made a movie: "The Emoji Movie." EFE