Showing posts from September, 2020

👂 listen up!

                                          👂 Listen up folks!  If you have a podcast and are looking to get listeners, why not give 'em an easy to click link? Take them straight to your podcast with a nice link.  


  🍆💦 Ah yes, the classic emoji we are all too familiar with. Get in touch with me and let's get to know each other better. But not like  that.


  👉👌 ___ Feeling a little jokey jokey?  An emoji that's understood all over the world. Get in touch with me let's get you set up. 


                                                                                                                                   🔤                                                   _ Ideal for those in education. If you're looking to market your educational services, why not do it with an intuitive emoji. If you have a teaching app, this emoji would make for a clickable link that makes for a great call to action. Interested in launching your next campaign and looking for some help? Get in touch and lets work together.


  🍈🍈 ___ Do you like melons? I know I do. Especially when they are big and juicy! So much to eat you won't go hungry. I have a big appetite and when you're thirsty, nothing is more satisfying than juicy melons! 😋 Are you also a fan of juicy melons? Get in touch with me and let me know how much you'd like to get in on the juicy melon action! 😉


  🍓💦 Well, you're here so might as well check out another fun emoji domain name. I see it as strawberry juice. But how you use it is up to you! If you like what you see, don't hesitate to get in touch with me to see how you can make use of this emoji today!


  🍆💦😮 A bit quirky, but hey, it caught your attention! If you want to link this to your website or your project, don't hesitate to get in touch! 

📆 Emoji

 The tear off calendar emoji is a good choice for a call to action. If you are offering any sort of a booking, having a unique link that takes them straight to your booking instead of a long URL looks better and cooler. You gotta admit having a link that looks like this:   www.📆.tk  or   📆.tk is waaaay better than having a link that looks like this: eww... If a short, intuitive emoji domain name like this interests you, get in touch with me and I can help you make this a reality. ___ What are short urls good for? Well, one thing is that they're easier to type. Another advantage is that they are catchy. Short urls are ideal for custom URL shorteners. The advantage of these is that you don't have to use your main domain name for URL shortening avoiding any misconfigurations that could take down your whole site and cost you lost business.  A short url like  could serve as your custom URL shortener allowing you to track visits and user engagement. It's also very intuitive for a URL shortener. Looking to get started? Get in touch and let's see how we can make this happen.

Do you emoji?

 If you've used a phone these days, you've probably sent an emoji. If you haven't sent an emoji, you've probably received an emoji. If you haven't received an emoji, I don't know what to tell ya'.  An emoji conveys a lot more information than words because it frames the context of a response: Let's say you get the following response: really really... really? really! or... 😃? Which one do you think elicits the most emotional response from you?  Emojis are a handy way to convey information WITH emotion. Thus, you can convey a LOT more information with emojis than you can with plain text.  That about wraps this post. Stay tuned for more. What are your thoughts?