Twitter is helping TD Bank in Canada to launch the country's first custom emoji. The #ForeverProud circle was created to show TD's support for the LGBT community.
Show your pride with a new emoji from TD!
Tweet #ForeverProud to get your #ForeverProud emoji. Show your Pride!https://t.co/LbRqHePhjSShow your pride with a new emoji from TD!
Tweet #ForeverProud to get your #ForeverProud emoji. Show your Pride!https://t.co/LbRqHePhjS— TD (Canada) (@TD_Canada) July 20, 2016July 20, 2016
In a blog post, Twitter stated:
Twitter says that over 100 billion emojis have been Tweeted on its service since 2014.
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You, at least. Not many others it would seem. Twitter has been an outlet for hate speech since it's inception, so they're trying for some positive PR. Shrug. No need to get upset. You could just scroll past stuff you're not interested in Posted via the Android Central App
TD is an attention wh@re, that's the only reason they cam up with this. I don't see any conversation where such an emoticons would come in handy... Maybe I'm wrong, but most likely not Posted via the Android Central App
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