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New Year’s Day 2017 Google doodle features balloon drop to mark 1st day of the year

Posted on: January 2, 2017 by in SEO
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Google is welcoming in 2017 by letting loose its celebratory balloon drop from yesterday’s doodle. The New Year’s Day 2017 doodle is a follow up to the New Year’s Eve doodle Google posted yesterday – an image of balloons waiting to be dropped. Today’s doodle leads to a search for “New Year’s Day 2017,” and includes the usual sharing icon to post the image in social feeds or send via email. From the Google Doodle Blog: Cheers to a new year! As 2017 makes its debut, we celebrate Continue Reading ...

‘Tis the season! Google spreads more cheer on Day 2 of its Holiday 2016 doodle series

Posted on: December 26, 2016 by in SEO
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Today’s Google Doodle is the second in its series of Holiday 2016 series. For Christmas Eve, the Google letters are making hearts, stars, smiling faces and hand-prints behind fogged up windows. From the Google Doodle Blog: Happy holidays! This is the perfect time of year to cozy up to the window with your favorite blanket or mug, and watch the snow fall. While you’re there, sketch a foggy doodle or two (or five) of your own. Like yesterday’s doodle, the animated image was designed by Continue Reading ...

Steve Biko Google doodle honors anti-apartheid activist & founder of the Black Consciousness Movement

Posted on: December 19, 2016 by in SEO
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Today’s Google doodle commemorates the legacy of South Africa’s Steve Biko, the anti-apartheid activist who founded the Black Consciousness Movement. Born in on this date in 1946 in Ginsberg, South Africa, Biko would have turned 70 today. It was during his time as a medical school student that Biko founded the Black Consciousness Movement to fight apartheid policies, and empower black South Africans to take pride in their racial identities and cultural heritage. In February of 1973, the Continue Reading ...

Thanksgiving 2016 Google doodle celebrates holiday with American folk art imagery

Posted on: November 25, 2016 by in SEO
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Google’s doodle team used American folk art imagery for today’s Thanksgiving Day doodle, depicting simple patterns and shapes for the image. “Evocative of American folk art, with quilt-like patterning and simple shapes, today’s Doodle, rendered in a rich harvest-colored palette, is an ode to this season of togetherness,” says Google’s Doodle Blog. Google offered a brief history lesson on the holiday, telling of its origin nearly 400 years ago when American settlers met the Native Continue Reading ...

Halloween Google Doodle treats searchers to Magic Cat Academy game a day early

Posted on: October 30, 2016 by in SEO
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Google’s Halloween doodle arrived a day early this morning – giving trick-or-treaters extra time to beat Google’s Magic Cat Academy game that now resides on the homepage. Players are instructed to draw simple shapes on the screen to scare away ghosts creeping toward Momo, the cat-magician casting spells at the center of the game. According to the Google Doodle Blog, the development of the game involved four different teams – art, engineering, production, and an “extra help” group Continue Reading ...

How to register to vote Google doodle marks National Voter Registration Day

Posted on: September 26, 2016 by in SEO
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In addition to tonight’s first presidential debate of the 2016 election, today is National Voter Registration Day. Not missing a beat, Google is taking the opportunity to remind voters how to register to vote in every state with a doodle that leads to its state-by-state voting guide launched back in August. Today’s National Voter Registration Day Reminder Doodle leads to a tool that will help you register in your state, get basic voter information, and make sure your voice is heard on Continue Reading ...

Phoebe Snetsinger Google doodle marks 85th birthday of famous bird watcher

Posted on: June 9, 2016 by in SEO
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Today’s Google doodle honors the renown birder Phoebe Snetsinger. The colorful, animated image includes Snetsigner with her binoculars, and five of her most notable finds: the blackburnian warbler, red-shouldered vanga, village weaverbird, eastern bluebird, and red-capped manakin. According to the Google Doodle Blog, Snetsinger traveled around the world to witness a number of obscure birds. She saw a total of 8,393 bird species – the highest count of any other birder in the world at that Continue Reading ...