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Business InsiderIn the last few months alone, emojis have transformed from 'fun things the Youngs do' into a truly ubiquitous phenomenon. Now there's a website to make emojis even more ingrained in Internet culture. Linkmoji is a fun project that does just what its name says: It turns text URLs into emoji links.
WIREDIt was only a matter of time: Now links, which are not even technically words, can be turned into emoji with the help of Linkmoji. The service asks you to simply enter a URL, and it spits out a series of Unicode characters representing the site.
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BetaListAll available Emoji domains in one place
The Daily DotIf you want your website to be successful, you'll need a URL that stands out and is easy to remember. Fortunately, we know just the place to get one: .to Yes, that web address is "grinning face with smiling eyes emoji.to," or http://xn--f28h.to/.
The Next WebEmoji is the language of now. And as is the case with languages, it's bursting forward, making its mark on almost everything. You can now even buy web addresses that consist of an emoji, followed with a traditional top-level domain (TLD).
MediumHi all 👋, Today I'm announcing my newest product: 😁.to (← yes that's a link!) An overview of all the emoji domains that are still available to register. As you might know a handful of domain extensions allow emoji to be used in the URL. The domain extension .to is one of them.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product HuntI'm not sure this is the "best" link shortener but it's definitely the most fun. 😊 Paste a URL and linkmoji converts it into a lovely explosion of emojis. Example: http://🐡🏆🐮🎾🍓😀🎈.🍕💩.ws