Google Feature — India Republic Day 2017 Doodle
India’s 68th Republic Day 2017
India celebrates 68th Republic Day 2017 today. The Republic Day parade held every year in the national capital New Delhi makes the celebration even more beautiful and entertaining.
Search giant Google dedicated its latest non-animated doodle to the 68th Republic Day of India. The doodle shows a stadium full of people lined with the three colours of Indian flag: saffron, white and green. The doodle shows one-half of the stadium, with the crowd on two corners, while a saffron-coloured band runs along the inner periphery of the semi-circular track.
The outer periphery of the track is shown decorated with tricolours and a semi-circular patch of green marks the space in the centre.
The word G-O-O-G-L-E has been spelt out in an arched fashion in the running tracks in bold green surrounded by two green grid patterns and one in red.
On clicking the doodle, it takes the visitor to Google search result page for news on India Republic Day 2017.
Google Doodle — Celebrating India’s Republic Day 2017
January 26, 2017
Google Doodles India’s Republic Day 2017
Below is a picture of the Doodle on Google’s home page as it appeared today.
India Republic Day 2017
Today is India’s Republic Day, commemorating 65 years of independence from British rule. While the country gained its freedom in August 1947, it wasn’t until January 26, 1950 that the Indian Constitution was signed into law, making India a republic under Purna Swaraj, or complete self-rule.
The day is celebrated with music and parades in the state capitols and a grand parade along the Rajpath in New Delhi. It is also on this day that the president addresses the nation and awards medals of achievement and bravery to military personnel, citizens, and children for acts of valor performed for India.
Happy 68th Republic Day of India 2017 Google Doodle — January 26, 2017
Did You Miss Out Google Doodles?
67th Republic Day of India
Google celebrates India’s Republic Day with a BSF camel contingent doodle.
Republic Day of India 2014
Tricolour Google doodle celebrates Republic Day featuring motorcycle daredevils.
Republic Day of India
Google doodles for Republic day of India and bravery award winning children.
History of Doodles
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!
Internet Marketing (Social Media) — Google Doodle
Social Media consists of media that support and encourage social interaction among users. For instance, online discussion forums are designed to allow people to post messages and for other users to respond in kind.
While there may be social aspects to any medium (e.g. links to share an article by email), social media typically refers to those media whose major functions are oriented toward sharing of information, and consequently most of the information on such media are generated by users. Common examples of social media sites are Twitter and Facebook.
Social media marketing is the process of promoting your site or business through social media channels.
Visit our website to learn more about Internet Marketing
Happy New Year 2017 Google Doodle
Google welcomes 2017 with an animated doodle dropping balloons for celebration.