Christmas Logos From Google & Others For 2008

Happy Holidays from Search Engine Land! Below is a listing of special logos from Google and the search industry for the holidays. I also posted this at the Search Engine Roundtable, with links to the past five years of logos from our industry.

Everyone, have a happy holidays and thank you all for reading!

Google:

Google Holiday 1

Google Holiday 2

Google Holiday 3

Google Holiday 4

Google Holiday 5

Yahoo:

Live.com:

Live Search Holiday theme

DogPile:

DogPile Christmas Logo

Dogpile 2008 Chanukah Holidays

Ask.com:

Ask.com 2008 Holidays

AOL.com:

AOL Holiday Logo

Baidu:

Baidu Christmas

FriendFeed:

FriendFeed Holiday Logo

Quintura:

Quintura Christmas Logo

BruceClay:

BruceClay Christmas Logo

BruceClay Chanukah Logo

Hitwise:

HitWise Holiday Logo

Marketing Pilgrim:

Marketing Pilgrim Holiday Logo

PPC Heros:

PPC Heros Holiday Logo

Cre8asite Forums:

Cre8asite Forums Holiday Logo

Search Engine Roundtable:

Search Engine Roundtable Chanukah 1

Festivus & Chanukah at Search Engine Roundtable

Christmas 08 at Search Engine Roundtable

Related Topics: AOL: General | Ask: General | Channel: Consumer | Google: Logos | Microsoft: General | Search Engines: Baidu | SEM Industry: General | Top News | Yahoo: General

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About The Author: is Search Engine Land's News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry's personal blog is named Cartoon Barry and he can be followed on Twitter here. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio over here.

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