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Emojis being used to rate digital ads

The notion that a 'picture is worth a thousand words' is particularly apt when looking at the explosive use of emojis in digital messaging. These ubiquitous symbols help people more accurately express how they're feeling and digital advertisers are using the icons to improve campaigns.

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