It's simple. Browse through and pick an emoji, click to copy it to your clipboard, then paste it wherever you like.
You can use the search bar to find a specific emoji or topic. Emoji Clipboard has thousands of secret categories to choose from.
Try searching for cats, breakfast, or the lord of the rings
There are a ton of studies showing that emojis boost engagement—on social media, in emails, and in headlines. But rather than cite them all here, let's just agree that they do, and move on.
Emojis are colourful and silly. Of course people like to click on them.
A few of these studies recommend using specific emojis to get the best results. But that is, of course, ridiculous. There’s no way that 🐙 increases engagement across the board. It doesn't make sense.
Instead follow these simple rules and you'll do great:
There are times when emojis are inappropriate. So, use this rule of thumb: If it’s not appropriate to use an exclamation mark, then don’t use an emoji.
Contrast your headline with an unusual emoji to generating interest.
Let’s say your writing an article with the title:
7 prison breaks that stumped the experts.
Okay. That’s interesting, but it could be a lot better.
7 prison breaks that stumped the experts 🦞
Whoa, now your readers are wondering how to break out of prison using a lobster. The only way to find out is to click on the link.
But, they’d be disappointed to discover that the lobster had nothing to do with it. You’ve got to deliver on your promises.
Which leads to the next point…
There are 1000s of emojis to choose from. Choosing a generic smiley face won’t cut it. Be specific and relevant.
If you're having trouble finding a suitable emoji, use the tool to search for a category.
Try typing Harry Potter, Belarus, or Nostalgia, and you’ll get emojis that match that topic.