All posts by Amy Gesenhues

St. Patrick’s Day Google doodle includes hidden word written in ancient Irish ogham alphabet

Google recruited Irish artist Ross Stewart to create the image depicting a scenic Ireland landscape with a stonemason arranging rocks.

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George Peabody Google doodle honors philanthropist often called ‘Father of Modern Philanthropy’

Over the course of his life, Peabody is credited with giving away half of his $16 million fortune.

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Pi Day Google doodle marks 30th anniversary of March 14 holiday honoring mathematical constant 3.14

Google recruited Dominique Ansel, the pastry chef behind the Cronut, to bake a salted caramel apple pie in honor of the math-inspired holiday.

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Google says it removed more than 3.2 billion bad ads in 2017

The number of ads Google took down last year for advertising policy violations nearly doubled from 2016, and cryptocurrency ads will soon join the list of forbidden ad types.

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Sir William Henry Perkin Google doodle recognizes British scientist behind 1st synthetic dye

Perkin accidentally discovered mauveine, the first synthetic dye, while cleaning out a beaker after an unsuccessful science experiment.

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Paralympics 2018 Google doodle marks the start of the winter games in PyeongChang

The animated image celebrating the Paralympic games honors the 670 athletes competing over the next 10 days.

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International Women’s Day Google doodle honoring females around the world arrives a day early

The doodle is a collective of 12 stories from female artists, each using her art to share an experience that has impacted her life as a woman.

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Google Surveys now available in more than 50 countries

Companies can use the free or enterprise paid version to collect consumer insights in more countries.

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Gabriel García Márquez Google doodle honors novelist behind the classic ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’

Today would have been Márquez’s 91st birthday.

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SearchCap: Bing Entity Search API, Yelp’s new ad customization & Google’s Holi doodle

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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