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Emoji domains have a theme song

This came out earlier this year but I never saw it tweeted or mentioned anywhere. I just thought it was a fun way to try to promote a niche you were interested in. It was created by the owners of i❤️.ws I think they need to do a music video next with V...
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7 Single .WS Emoji Domains Expire Next Week

World Emoji Day, Emojicon BK 2018 and a few other events have come and gone without much to report. Also, some time has passed since the last emoji domain update concerning expired auctions. Very much like new gTLD renewals, the domain renewal grinch h...
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Emoji Domains: Where Are They Now? 🤔

About a year or so ago, emoji domains were not red, but white hot and well on their way as a “riches in the niches” phenomenon. But as with everything in life, it’s good to stop, assess and take inventory from time to time in an effort to understand how much progress has or has […]
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725 Emoji Domains Expire Next Week 🌊

It’s been a while since the emoji domain grinch came a knocking on the door for emoji domain renewal payment. The grinch of emoji domains is back at it as 725 emoji domains expire in auction this upcoming week. Out the the 725, there are only 10 Single...
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Emoji Domains One Year After DomainSherpa Interview

It’s hard to believe it’s been just over a year since the debuting of DomainSherpa’s Emoji Domains May Take Over the World, having originally aired April 10, 2017. In short, emoji domains caught fire shortly after Mike Cyger interviewed Matan Israeli and Jon Roig about a universal language that most people throughout the world use […]
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NameJet Scores a COOL $3K Emoji Domain Auction Close

It’s a been a few weeks since NameJet debuted its Premium .WS Emoji Domain Auction. In my opinion, the results have been interesting to say the least when compared to emoji domain auctions over at GoDaddy. GoDaddy has fallen completely off the map for emoji domain auctions in the last week or so, but that’s […]
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