Chanukah 2009 Logos from Bing & SERoundtable

Dec 11, 2009 - 9:13 am 2 by
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Chanukah (Hanukah) starts tonight, technically, in Israel it is already Chanukah. It last for eight days and this year it does not overlap with Christmas. Currently, the only major search engine to have a logo or theme up is Microsoft's Bing. Google (even Google.co.il), Yahoo, and Ask.com do not have a theme up yet. Maybe they will wait for tonight or tomorrow, but for now, here is Bing's theme:

Chanukah Theme at Bing

We also have theme, sporting driedels with SEO spelled on them out of our name, the Search Engine rOundtable.

Chanukah Theme at Search Engine Roundtable

Also, Cre8asite Forums plans on uploading this logo shortly for the holiday season:

hanukkah 2009 cre8asite

We will update this post with more logos if they come out. For the past years, see 2008, 2007 and 2006.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.

Update: Ask.com posted a theme on Saturday, December 12th, see Nick's comment below:

Chanukah Ask.com Theme

No logo from Google, Yahoo or others.

 

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