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  1. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    Research Content, Resource, Product and that's not even counting the individual links and shares to each separate page hosting a single comic strip. No one knows Google's search algorithm for sure, except for a privileged few at Google Headquarters.

  2. DON'T PANIC: Google's Insanely Complicated Douglas Adams Interactive Doodle

    The world (to be fair, the universe) of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is complex, chaotic, and often contradictory, with multiple timelines and probability axes colliding in assuredly comic ways," wrote Doodler Sophia Foster-Dimino.

  3. Bing Top Searches of 2012: Those Kardashian People, iPhone 5 & Beyonce’s Baby

    Lisa Lampanelli - most searched comic the YMCA - most searched charity Watch for similar lists from Google, Yahoo and others as end of year reports roll in. Kim Kardashian was the most searched person this year, and she didn’t even have a new sex...

  4. Snoopy: The DuckDuckGo Logo for Charles M. Schulz’s Birthday

    Schulz created the iconic comic strip “Peanuts”. DuckDuckGo, like Google, occasionally changes its homepage logo for special occasions. At least Google isn’t enforcing it’s Google Doodle patent on the small search engine – at least not yet.

  5. Search Marketing & the Fine Art of Nexting

    It promises a good dose of outrage (if not simple rage), and echoes the archetypal story of the weakling redeemed (think of the scrawny guy getting sand kicked in his face in the Charles Atlas ads, or the plot of Captain America, or just about any...

  6. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    In 2011, Google rolled out Comic Sans as its default font across all Google products (one of many pranks). Google’s practical jokes began a day early in 2012, with 8-Bit Google Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode making their debut, then continued early...

  7. Leap Year 2012 Google Doodle Frogs Share Stage With Gioachino Rossini

    A quartet of frogs appear before a simple, non-interactive black Google logo on a grassy stage drawn to pay tribute to Rossini’s comic opera “The Barber of Seville. Today’s leap year Google Doodle on Google’s homepage marks two occasions: the extra...

  8. Google Doodlers Pay A Call On Charles Addams' 100th Birthday

    While he started contributing artwork to the New Yorker in 1933 at the age of 21, the first Addams Family comic was published as a single-frame cartoon in 1938. If you thought today's Google Doodle looked a little creepy or kooky or even mysterious...

  9. Funny Flirting with Siri; The Apple of My iPhone

    All the questions and replies have been mocked up into a comic, imagining a real interaction between a guy trying to chat up a girl on the phone. Google Maps Easter Eggs Not being in possession of an iPhone 4S myself, I have been borrowing one from...

  10. Google Gumby Logo Honors Art Clokey's 90th Birthday

    Sadly, Art Clokey didn’t see Gumby Comic’s Mel Smith debut POKEY #1 at Comic-Con International a delighted crowd. Clokey lived to see the release of the first Gumby comic book in 2006 from Wildcard Ink/Gumby Comics; it took Best Publication for a...