• http://searchmarketingcommunications.com Tim Cohn

    It does draw increased attention to a place that otherwise may be unconsciously overlooked.

  • http://searchmarketingcommunications.com Tim Cohn

    Is it not also a brilliant public relations move by Google?

    When their “test” is over, how many seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years in man hours will have been spent staring at Google’s logo trying to figure out where the links are while also impressing the Google brand on their audience’s collective mind?

  • http://www.SurfCanyon.com Mark Cramer

    I think it’s kind of cool. Changing it up a bit might motivate people to take a new look, which could help them notice things they hadn’t before.