Google's Thanksgiving Logo, First Ever Google + Sharable Logo

Nov 22, 2011 - 4:16 pm 7 by
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Google's Thanksgiving Logo - Click To EnlargeThanksgiving isn't for another day and a half but Google has launched their Thanksgiving logo about an hour ago.

This is the first Google logo sharable via the logo with your Google + friends. Google wrote, "you'll be able to share your turkeys via Google+ or a shortened URL." "This way all your friends and family, wherever they may be, can see your festive creation," Google added.

The logo is fun and interactive. You can make it go wild, like - yea - a wild turkey, by clicking on it's wing. But you can also dress it up as you please, with custom feathers, hats and shoes and then share it via Google + with your friends or give your friends a link to your custom Google Thanksgiving logo.

Here is my Google Doodle, with a Google Noodler hat, gray feathers and roller skates.

Here is a video demo of the logo:

We will post all the search engine's logos for Thanksgiving on Thanksgiving day. But for last year's Thanksgiving logos, see 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004 logos.

Forum discussion at Google +, Google Blogoscoped Forums and Google Web Search Help.


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