You’ve spent time and energy on designing your website. You want it to be creative, interesting, original and memorable. And you probably hope that people will visit it. But how do you make sure that they stay? What is the one thing that can turn them into a customer? The answer might surprise you: Emoji!
In this blog post I will talk about why emoji are so important for businesses looking to increase conversion rates and give examples of how different websites have used emoji in their marketing campaigns successfully.
So, what do emoji have to do with your website? It turns out that there are a number of ways in which they can help. Here’s how:
· Emoji make you stand out from the competition- people love them! They’re an excellent way to capture attention and give visitors something different to look at than just words on a screen.
· People associate certain emojis with their favourite brands or celebrities – so if someone posts about using one of these brands online more often than not it will include the corresponding emoji (for example, Nike shoes might be represented by Nike’s logo)
· You could use animated GIFS as part of your marketing campaign – this is especially useful if you’re advertising a new product or just want to grab people’s attention.
The key is not to over do it, because too many animated GIFS can put people off and they may become frustrated with trying different websites that don’t work. If you use them sparingly though then they are an excellent way of adding some visual interest as well as making your website stand out from the crowd. There are lots of sites where you can find cool images like this for free – but make sure that any image you download has Creative Commons licensing attached so that others will be able to share it in the future (if necessary).
In today’s marketing world, it can be difficult to figure out which animal emoji will best represent your website. Do you go with the roar? The meow or the ow? Read on to find out!
do the roar
do the mew or oww
What Emoji Should You Use for Your Website: Roar, Meow of Ow?
If you’re looking for a good way to express what type of business you have online and would like something that is easily recognizable by everyone in different countries then consider using an animal emoji such as… – do the roar (lion) – do the meow (cat) or oww (turtle). Whichever one works best for your site!
do the roar (lion) – do the meow (cat) or oww (turtle). Whichever one works best for your site!
The Roar: If you tend to be a little more aggressive in nature and like things that are loud and can really capture attention, then this is probably your perfect emoji. The roar has been around since emojis were first invented by Shigetaka Kurita back in 1999 and it’s still just as popular now as it was back then because of its ability to stand out from other less forceful animals such as… – do the mew or oww .