How does the idea of using emoji domain names sound to you? They have been here for a while, and as of May 2019, 14 TLDs support emoji domain names. It’s cool, trendy and quirky. Even emoji sub-domains are available, with the condition that they must start with an emoji.
Following up on the trend is BRS Media’s dotFM registry, which has added over 120 new emoji domains to its list. dotFM launched emoji-based domains in 2018. And logically so. Emojis have been a part of people’s online conversations since long. Texting, social media, reactions – you see them almost everywhere. Emojis as domains are safe, stable, secure, SSL & SEO optimized.
“dotFM is excited to be one of only a few prime TLDs to support emoji-based domain names and thrilled to announce this addition,” said George T. Bundy, Chairman & CEO of BRS Media Inc. “With adoption continuing to climb, Emoji Branding is the next frontier in Creative Digital Marketing, and we look forward to the originality of dotFM clients in benefiting from this expansion.”
Emoji Domain Names are available via Unicode Consortium Emoji Version 13.0 standards, using single-code point. This allows a mix of letters and emoji characters through .fm, and dotRadio extensions .radio.fm and .radio.am.
BRS Media launched .fm domains in 1995 and set-up dotFM in 1998. It also manages .am and .Radio extension domains – radio.am and radio.fm. BRS Media has been actively and successfully promoting and marketing dotFM and dotAM media companies around the world. The .fm TLD has some of the most recognizable and innovative brands in streaming and social media today.
You can register .fm emoji domains directly from dotFM as well as retail registars like GoDaddy, HexoNet, Porkbun, iWantMyName, 101 Domain and others. If you plan on using any, you can find the list of available domains here.