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It is no longer best practice to not include emojis in email subject fields. Large companies are doing it all the time (Flight Center, WalMart, Costco, Home Depot, etc) Emojis have broken out of the digital texting and social media world and are on Billboards for "Anti Drinking & Driving Campaigns", and to Advertise Movies like Deadpool, and casinos (Casino Niagara). The icons are even on every product imaginable - stuffies, phone and laptop cases, backpacks, clothing, christmas lights, etc. Constant Contact seems to be the only one holding out.... I'm not sure why. If my email goes to someone's spam - that my risk/problem, I'm not sure why constant contact is dictating this to me - But to be honest, I really don't think that rule exists anymore in modern email clients as I get dozens of companies emails in my inbox that use them. Please implement this feature as soon as possible. It puts our email advertising behind our competitors while trying to vie for attention within our customers inbox!
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