Happy Thanksgiving Day : Logos From Google & Bing But Not Yahoo

Nov 22, 2012 - 10:05 am 11 by
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Happy Thanksgiving Day everyone! As some of you know, this is my favorite U.S. holiday and I hope it remains that way. Lots to be thankful for and today is a good day to celebrate that.

As always, the search engines have their special logos. With the huge exception of Yahoo. Yahoo always has an awesome animated Thanksgiving Day logo but this year, nope, they have nothing but a big Walmart walpaper banner on their home page. Not sure why they didn't just reuse last years, which you can see over here.

Here are the logos from the rest of the search industry:

Google:

Google Thanksgiving Day 2012

Bing:

This image has been removed because of fear of being sued over copyright...

Dogpile:

Dogpile Thanksgiving Day 2012

Ask.com:

Ask.com Thanksgiving Day 2012

AOL:

AOL Thanksgiving Day 2012

BruceClay:

BruceClay Thanksgiving Day 2012

Search Engine Roundtable:

Search Engine Roundtable Thanksgiving Day 2012

For the past years logos see 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004 logos.

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Help.

 

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