95% of Internet users use statements that have become a profitable business and an international language, providing information about each user's profile.
More than 10,000 million statements are sent daily in Twitter & 5,000 million in Facebook Messenger. The British practice company, SwiftKey, did a study in Latin America, demonstrating that, despite the use of "emojis" in babies, they gained puppies in Brazil.
Argentina is one of the countries with fewer messages, "emojis", with more than 3% of the hearts, and the ones they use the most. On the other hand, according to a study by the University of Michigan (USA), almost 20% of the messages are the most commonly used expressions in the literature.
Different universities have linked their personality profiles to "emojis" and even connected them to specific political profiles or countries of the world, and the brand "Emoji" has already been registered in more than 100 countries.
Thus, expressions have become the most widely used universal language on the Internet. In a report, Brandwatch (the UK-based social network monitoring firm) will bet that it will be the first language to communicate with anyone who crosses the language barrier and will replace "emojis". more, text and words.
”Emojis ji became very common, even played a film: yaygın Emoji Film iler. EFE