95% of Internet users use emoticons that have become a profitable business and an international language that reveals information about each user's profile.
Every day, 10,000 million emoticons are sent to Twitter and 5,000 million to Facebook Messenger. SwiftKey, the UK's whaling company, has made a study that reveals that Latin America is abounding in the use of babies' emotion, although in Brazil they earn the kittens.
Argentina is one of the countries that has fewer messages with "emotion" than just 3%, and the one that uses it the most is heart-shaped eyes. France, on the other hand, is where emoticons are used most often in nearly 20% of messages, according to a study by the University of Michigan (USA).
Different universities are linked to personality profiles with "emotion" types and even associate them with certain political profiles or countries around the world, and the Emoji brand is already registered in more than 100 countries.
Thus, emoticons have become the universal language most commonly used on the Internet. So much so that in a Brandwatch report (a UK-based social networking company) it has bet that it will become the first language that will allow you to communicate with anyone who overcomes the language barrier and that "emotions" will replace, more and more, to the text and the words.
"Emotions" have become so common that they have even made a movie starring The Emoji Movie. EFE