All posts by Amy Gesenhues

Community Corner: Spotlight on Search Engine Land Award Winners Odd Dog Media & SapientRazorfish

An interview series highlighting 2017's Award winners: a look at the work they accomplished and the results they achieved. The post Community Corner: Spotlight on Search Engine Land Award Winners Odd Dog Media & SapientRazorfish appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SearchCap: New Google Assistant features, improving ROAS & Carter G. Woodson Google doodle

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: New Google Assistant features, improving ROAS & Carter G. Woodson Google doodle appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Carter G. Woodson Google doodle honors scholar who started Black History Month

Credited with being the Father of Black History, Dr. Woodson first created an African-American studies program in February of 1926. The post Carter G. Woodson Google doodle honors scholar who started Black History Month appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Wilder Penfield Google doodle spotlights neurosurgeon once considered the ‘Greatest Living Canadian’

Penfield's research in brain mapping led to groundbreaking advancements in the treatment of epilepsy. The post Wilder Penfield Google doodle spotlights neurosurgeon once considered the ‘Greatest Living Canadian’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SearchCap: The Virginia Woolf Google doodle, Google Q&A & remarketing ads

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Virginia Woolf Google doodle honors iconic author of classics ‘Mrs. Dalloway’ & ‘A Room of One’s Own’

Today's doodle was created by the London-based artist Louise Pomeroy. The post Virginia Woolf Google doodle honors iconic author of classics ‘Mrs. Dalloway’ & ‘A Room of One’s Own’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Sergei Eisenstein Google doodle honors Soviet film director known as the ‘Father of Montage’

Eisenstein's technique of editing film to create fast-paced sequences made him a cinema legend. The post Sergei Eisenstein Google doodle honors Soviet film director known as the ‘Father of Montage’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Katy Jurado Google doodle marks 94th birthday of film star from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema

Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Jurado won a Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe Award for her role in the 1952 Hollywood classic "High Noon." The post Katy Jurado Google doodle marks 94th birthday of film star from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018 Google doodle honors Dr. King & his dream for a better world

The image was designed by guest artist Cannaday Chapman and created in collaboration with the Black Googlers Network. The post Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018 Google doodle honors Dr. King & his dream for a better world appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Zhou Youguang Google doodle honors Chinese linguist known as the ‘Father of Pinyin’

Youguang's work helped bridge multiple Chinese dialects into a written language. The post Zhou Youguang Google doodle honors Chinese linguist known as the ‘Father of Pinyin’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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