Searchers Upset That Easter Got Google Treatment While Passover, Ramadan & Others Did Not

Apr 24, 2019 - 8:07 am 15 by
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Easter Got Google Treatment

Google on Sunday had a pretty unique and new home page feature for Easter. It was the first time they did something like this in general but not the first time they had an Easter Google Doodle. There was no Doodle, but if you clicked on the I'm Feeling Lucky button, Easter eggs would drop and fill up the page. We actually covered it briefly on Monday.

The GIF above is a video of it in action.

Some searchers are upset Google doesn't do this for other religious holidays. So Danny Sullivan from Google went out to do some damage control:

The only time Google did an Easter Doodle was in 2000 and since then, Google pretty much ignored the holiday.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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