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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.
Ayush MittalCustom URL shortener for branded links. The easiest way to create and share short links with your custom domain name.
Shamit KhemkaAccording to its website, it enables you to - Enhance brand visibility and trust by putting your brand name on every link you share. Share branded links across departments, regions and teams with one cohesive strategy. Incorporate branded links into your existing processes, workflow and tools with ease.
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Appolicious mobile appsWhen you copy and paste long and ugly links into your favorite URL shortener (e.g. bit.ly), and then share them with your audience, you probably don't think much of it, right? You shorten them to fit into Twitter's 140 character limit, to make a post or email look nicer.
Ryan HooverI'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