Happy Thanksgiving 2013 - Here Are Logos From Google & Others

Nov 28, 2013 • 7:18 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

Happy Thanksgiving (and Hanukkah - rare overlap) to all our readers. Today I wanted to share with you the logos, doodles, themes, designs and animations from the search industry. We have a video logo for Google, an animated simple logo from Yahoo, a strong background image from Bing, and more from Ask.com, Dogpile and even a Thanksgivukkah design over here.

Here are the logos but for the past years Thanksgiving Day logos see 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004 logos.

Google Thanksgiving is a video but here is the video with two stills:

Google Thanksgiving

Google Thanksgiving

Some people, including myself, are having issues playing the Google Thanksgiving logo. You can see complaints in the Google Web Search Help forums.

To learn more about this Doodle, see this page.

Yahoo Thanksgiving:

Yahoo Thanksgiving

Bing Thanksgiving:

Bing Thanksgiving

Ask.com Thanksgiving:

Ask.com Thanksgiving

Dogpile Thanksgiving:

Dogpile Thanksgiving

Search Engine Roundtable Thanksgivukkah:

Search Engine Roundtable Thanksgivukkah

Mr. Jingles also:

Mr. Jingles Thanksgiving

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Help.

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Comments:

Jacob

11/28/2013 06:02 pm

Google missed an opportunity to do something about Thanksgiv-ukkah, their founders are both Jewish. Alas, we got a vegetarian PC version of a traditional Thanksgiving without any Pilgrims or Indians.

Yo Mamma

11/28/2013 09:14 pm

Russian Jews had their religion leached out of them. Most Russians may say they're Jewish, but know nothing of the religion. And act far from anything relating to the religion. In fact they are as far from any Judea-Christain belief I have ever met. Proof is in how the founders run Google. This is no mensch of a company. They are no generous. They are evil.

Harry Gardiner

11/29/2013 04:18 pm

I love it when brands get involved in holidays in a creative manner. It must be challenging being selective about which holidays to celebrate though. Great effort from you guys though, the site looked brilliant!

Spook SEO

11/29/2013 07:33 pm

It seems like the celebrations are more amplified with this kind of decorations from social networking sites. It will not be hard to cope up when you are working or living far from your families this holiday season. The world is one with you with all these sweet decorations.

Graciousstore

12/02/2013 04:23 am

Each of these logo is nice in its own way

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