Emojis have been talked about a lot over the last few months with regards to domain names.
From i❤️domains to the excellent guide produced by DNAcademy, to a high schooler named Shane Brunswick, an incoming high school sophomore who created Domainoji.com, an emoji domain registration website that automatically converts emojis to punycode.
One of the best names in the space Emojis.com is closing on NameJet this week. Back in 2010 Emojis.com sold on Sedo for $1,268.
That investment looks like it is going to pay off big time. The domain is currently at $22,200. Where do you think it will close?
good name , can be used to promote emoji 🙂 the modern Ieroglyph .
Nobody bothered about the trademark?
I wonder if the high-bidder is real (I don’t trust domain auctions anymore)
Yes the high bidder is real.
At least frank schilling seems interested in this…
Great .com EMD that can be used to sell Emoji Domains plus!
emojis.com is a good domain
A guy in Germany somehow trademarked “Emjoi” in about 30 categories, hence why Sony withdrew TheEmojiMovie trademarks from the USPTO for review (now cancelled); he’s created a so-called “emoji licensing empire” — hard to believe he got many of those marks approved
IEmoji.com is the most popular emoji site. I own lots of similar domains to this one, with Twitter handles, and I have declined some not very high offers,
meant to say he trademarked “Emoji” not “Emjoi”
Frank Meester says
What exactly can you do with a name like emojis.com to justify that kind of a spend?