Christmas Eve Logos From The Search Industry (2013 Edition)

Dec 24, 2013 • 8:41 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under
 

Happy Christmas, or Happy Holidays as Google would say, to all our readers. As we do every year, I wanted to share the various logos from around the search community for Christmas Eve.

Tomorrow I will post the Christmas Day logos but here are Christmas Eve logos from Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask.com, Dogpile, Google+, and Sogou.

Here they are:

Google:

Google's Happy Holidays - Christmas 2013

Yahoo:

Yahoo Holidays Logos

Google+ Jingle:

Google+ Jingle

Sogou:

Sogou Christmas Logo

Bing:

Bing Christmas

Dogpile:

Dogpile Christmas

Ask.com:

Ask.com Christmas

For last year's Doodles, see 2012 Christmas Logos From Search Industry.

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Comments:

Thomas

12/24/2013 01:52 pm

wow, the bing image is really neat... looks like a model, would be cool to drive through if it were real. my kids would love it for sure.

Thomas

12/24/2013 01:56 pm

Garden of Morning Calm, Sang-myun, South Korea.... had to go to bing and check it out... very cool!

Wangchuck

12/25/2013 10:02 pm

I'm so happy to see Bing actually give a real Christmas greeting. I'm glad I use them.

Graciousstore

12/26/2013 12:16 am

Yes you are absolutely right. Bing really reflected the merry and celebrating spirit of Christmas, others were kind of "mmmm let us put out something" so that it will seem that we are interested in celebrating Christmas or wishing our audience best compiment of the season

Wangchuck

12/26/2013 04:02 am

Bing sent a clear message with their usage of the Krakow Nativity festival, and so it shows how they really feel about it's userbase and respecting their identity, whereas google just turds on it.

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