Happy Holiday '08 From The Search Engine Industry

Dec 25, 2008 • 9:25 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News
 

I just wanted to wish everyone a warm and happy holidays! Every year I try to echo the same message about our industry. From the search engines, the search marketing firms and the search community, this industry is truly a pleasure to be working in. The warmth and care I have personally experienced in the industry is very meaningful to me. So thank you and have a wonderful holidays!

As it is tradition at the Search Engine Roundtable, we have for the past five years, documented the holiday logos from the search engines and search industry. Here they are:

Google has five logos, here they are in order:

Google Holiday 1

Google Holiday 2

Google Holiday 3

Google Holiday 4

Google Holiday 5

Yahoo's animated logo:

Live.com's holiday theme:

Live Search Holiday theme

DogPile has a Christmas and Chanukah theme:

DogPile Christmas Logo

Dogpile 2008 Chanukah Holidays

Ask.com has a nice theme:

Ask.com 2008 Holidays

AOL.com's logo is actually animated also:

AOL Holiday Logo

Baidu:

Baidu Christmas

FriendFeed has a logo:

FriendFeed Holiday Logo

Quintura's logo:

Quintura Christmas Logo

BruceClay has two logos:

BruceClay Christmas Logo

BruceClay Chanukah Logo

Hitwise dresses up their logo:

HitWise Holiday Logo

Marketing Pilgrim is colorful:

Marketing Pilgrim Holiday Logo

PPC Heros is ready:

PPC Heros Holiday Logo

Cre8asite Forums:

Cre8asite Forums Holiday Logo

Search Engine Roundtable, that is us, we have a new theme every day. Here are the ones you have seen, including Chanukah, Festivus and Christmas - but we got more to come!

Search Engine Roundtable Chanukah 1

Festivus & Chanukah at Search Engine Roundtable

Christmas 08 at Search Engine Roundtable

Kwanza at Search Engine Roundtable

That is the logo roundup, hope I did not miss anyone.

Want to go back to the past years? Here are the 2007 logos, plus Google's five logos, 2006 logos, Cre8asite in 2005, also '05 Search Engine Roundtable and '05 Google, Yahoo and Ask, plus we have 2004 and some of 2003 archived for you.

Forum discussion at Google Webmaster Help, Google Docs Help, WebmasterWorld, HighRankings Forums, WebmasterWorld, and Cre8asite Forums.

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