Google Feature – Happy Holidays Doodle
Google gets in festive mood publishing a colorful neon design ‘Happy Holidays’ doodle on December 23, 2011. This year’s ‘Happy Holidays’ Google doodle is made up of lit up six symbols related to Christmas like snowflake, Santa Claus, Christmas bell, snowman, candle and a gift box on a dark background, symbolizing the dark chilly winter night sky. The Google logo appears as a faint outline behind the holiday icons.
Here is the image of the doodle:
A click on the doodle directs users to a search page result page on Happy Holidays with links like tips for holiday, holiday greetings and budget tours.
Check out the video below:
Happy Holidays from Google (doodle)
Uploaded by tagSeoBlog on Dec 22, 2011
Google shows on the homepage a nice holiday greeting. If you roll over it, it says: “Happy Holidays from Google”.
On the left, over the “G”, you can see a snowflake symbol. Next comes a Santa Claus, followed by a yellow bell. The Google “g” is a snowman, the “l” a candle. Last but not least the “e” as a present.
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users worldwide. When doodles were first created, nobody had anticipated how popular and integral they would become to the Google search experience. Nowadays, many users excitedly anticipate the release of each new doodle and some even collect them!
Doodle 4 Google
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