That’s it. “Emoji” is unofficially a language. 600 years after the first mass print out of the Bible by Johannes Gutenberg, we are now experiencing the first translation of the holy scripts into Emoji, on Twitter and iTunes.
Reaching out to millennials from all over the world, Mr. or Mrs. 😎, has decided to bring the modern 18-24 sinners closer to the word of God, by speaking their own language. The results are hilarious, and you can currently follow them over at @.
📖 of Luke 2:14
Glory 2 😇 in the highest, & on 🌎 peace, good will toward men. https://t.co/1VmZkqUxiP
— Bible Emoji (@BibleEmoji) June 1, 2016
📖 of Genesis: 01:006:020 (1/2)
Of 🐔🐔 after their kind, & of 🐮🐮 after their kind, of every creeping thing of the 🌎 after his kind,
— Bible Emoji (@BibleEmoji) May 30, 2016
This is just another proof of how visual the world of social media has become. Emoji, along with images, videos, and GIFs are now a key part of strategic and successful branded messaging. Mastering such skills can help you speak the language of your target audience. House of Fraser should take notes, too.
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