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How emojis stormed Twitter

Around 250 million emojis are sent out every month on Twitter. That’s an incredible 3.2 billion emojis per year according to Brandwatch’s latest Emoji Report. For #WorldEmojiDay Twitter has announced the most Tweeted emojis in the past year:

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For #WorldEmojiDay Twitter has announced the most Tweeted emojis in the past year:

The most Tweeted food related emojis over the past year are:

Emojis give Twitter users the opportunity to express joyπŸ˜‚, sorrow😟, anger😠, sadness😒, loveπŸ’ž or many other feelings and actions. πŸ˜ˆπŸ€‘πŸ€“πŸ˜€πŸ˜±πŸ€”

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Big in Japan

The use of emojis on Twitter still corresponds to the basic idea of the Japanese inventor Shigetaka Kurita, who developed the first 176 emojis. He came up with these in 1998 to express feelings and emotions in a character – saving way due to the limits of SMS (similar to Twitter’s original 140 character limit!). Nowadays there are incredible 2,789 Emojis available (via Unicode).πŸ™€

Hashtags and emojis belong together

But even on Twitter there are some very special emojisπŸ‘½that only appear when entering certain hashtags πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ. These are usually limited to a certain time or location. Among the numerous hashtag emojis there are also some very special ones, which are not known in some countries but are still available. We have done some digging and found some of the funniest and most unique hashtag emojis here.

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Here are 10 very special hashtag emojis on Twitter

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The Japanese Bachelor (#バチェラー)

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Fans of Sex and the City will love it (#carriebradshaw)

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Winnie the Pooh and his gang (#ItsPooh; #ItsPiglet; #ItsTigger; #ItsEeyore)

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The Hot Dog Superhero (#superhotdogger)

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Like Bigfoot, but smaller (#smallfoot)

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Scary! (#thenun)

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For all Indie fans (#panicatthedisco)

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Jurassic-Amazon … or something like that (#amazonfindsaway)

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Huh! (#vikingclap)

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Avada Kedavra! – Protego Maxima! ( #crimesofgrindelwald)

Emoji meets Hashtag – drawing attention to important topics

For over a decade now, almost everything that happens in this world has had a hashtag. Behind hashtags there are interesting discussions and exciting stories from all areas of life. And for some years now, hashtag actions have also included a special emoji to draw further attention to these important issues, with these exciting visuals driving interest in sharing hashtags amongst lots of diverse communities on Twitter. Β Β Β 

Here are some special hashtag emojis activated recently around the world:

#MeToo – the most famous hashtag emoji

Under the hashtag #MeToo, people from all over the world draw attention to everyday sexism and report on their experiences with sexual violence with a symbol of hands raised in the air in unity. This hashtag campaign has spread like wildfire on Twitter. To make the discussion on Twitter even more visible and to encourage people to participate and join the conversation, Twitter has created this very special emoji.

#MarchForOurLives – a powerful movement

People standing close together and facing a threat together. What began with a demonstration and climaxed in an emotional speech by Emma Gonzalez quickly grew into an impressive movement. Thousands of people campaigned on the streets to oppose the threat of weapons and especially the arms lobby. The activists are not alone on Twitter either. Symbolically, Twitter has added the power of the masses to the hashtag #MarchForOurLives Β Β 

#Pride – to love and life!

With a colorful rainbow heart, Twitter and its users celebrate life and love regardless of gender and orientation. Twitter is the place where inclusion lives, empowering diverse voices and communities across the globe to express themselves and connect. #Pride

#EndAlzheimers – the disease of forgetfulness

Twitter has put a very special emoji alongside the #endalzheimers campaign, which supports Alzheimer’s research. Together against oblivion!

#GlobalCitizen – to face the greatest challenges of our time

#GlobalCitizen is an organization committed to women’s rights, health, education and development aid worldwide. Together, people from all over the world face the greatest challenges of our time and try to make a difference together. Twitter now adds a unique emoji to this very special hashtag.

 

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