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Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

Today marks the celebration of the birthday of the United States of America; Independence Day, the Fourth of July. While many Americans are enjoying their day off, the three day weekend, fireworks and backyard bbq’s, the search engines are also showing their love for our independence, with their celebratory logos.

Google’s Fireworks over the lake logo :

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Yahoo also brings fireworks into their 4th of July logo, with a bit of Old Glory in their animated logo :



Ask.com steps away from the light show and reminds us what started the Independence of the US, the Declaration of Independence.

ask 4th Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

MSN celebrates with a little bit of fireworks :

msn fireworks Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

While Live.com does nothing to commemorate July Fourth :

live 4th Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

At Search Engine Roundtable, Barry has put together lots of Stars & Stripes for his July Fourth celebration :

seroundtable 4th Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

Notice any other sites celebrating Independence Day with logos? Please feel free to add some in the comments!

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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
Screen Shot 2014 04 15 at 7.21.12 AM Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

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10 thoughts on “Fourth of July Logos from the Search Engines

  1. Google appears to have localised display of the fireworks logo to users in the U.S. Just the regular logo showing on Google.com here in UK.

    Yahoo, Ask and MSN are all happy to display July 4th logos etc to the rest of the world – so why aren’t Google?

    The United States 4th July celebrations are a pretty well-known event globally; I seem to recall less well-known country specific holidays and events being highlighted. It almost seems like Google doesn’t want to draw attention to its American roots in overseas markets.

  2. To be honest, I think Google is correct. I think that it should keep country specific celebrations to just that countrys pages. However I can understand what you are saying with regards to it posting other celebrations world wide, but not 4th July logo. I don’t know the motive behind that.

  3. Wow interesting point the first blogger makes. That’s a bit strange. The Anti-American sentiment runs deep these days with the current war so perhaps they didn’t want to amplify any ill will these days.

  4. I remember I was in England during the 4th of July–it was a non-occasion to say the least.

    I’m glad Google isn’t using itself to propel itself into some America, ethnocentric ideal or anything..

  5. It was good to see Yahoo catching up, Google for a while now has been serving logos as per occassion, and especially with country specific logos. This is the first time I saw yahoo coming up with innovative idea of celebrations. Nice small way of participation in happy moments with the internet population!!!

  6. Having commented on Google’s lack of respect for American Holidays on GWH group several times before, I am happy to see that Google has finally recognized the 4th of July.

    Even if it is only in the American edition of Google.

  7. I have recently become of aware of the crazy holidays that ” google” chooses to wind into its logo–Noam Chomsky’s birthday? That’s the linguistics scholar who says he doesn’t care who killed JFK. Even if you’re not a JFK fan, that indifference to truth is a strange thing for a scholar of culture to perpetrate.
    Anyway, I will not be using google search engine anymore. They scrubbed the Larry Sinclair info leaving only endless Obama bloggers’ lies. And I’m sick of freaking google dragons. This is America, not China. Not Korea. Chinese and Russian immigrants didn’t invent the internet, the computer, the automobile, the telephone, the airplane, the electric light, the space program, the whole nine hundred yards of American technology. For the entire 20th century owed virtually nothing to Asia, yet now threre’s all this junk they manufacture being forced down our throats, and those damned endless dragons in google.
    I’d consider coming back if they’d just get rid of those.