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Why Google Birthday Is On 27th September (Not On 7th Sept) And It Turns 13th Today

Hi! Everyone, hope you all are fine.
Today in this post I will show you Google’s birthday doodles (logo). Happy Birthday Google, yes today in Google’s birthday. Most probably all of you know about it because Google always change their homepage doodle on special occasions. So if you have visited Google today then you must have notice there today’s new doodle.

Google's 13th Birthday
Google’s 13th Birthday (September 27, 2011)

From there 4th birthday (Sep 27, 2002) Google started using different doodle for their birthday. So if you haven’t seen them here are the all the doodles which were used on its birthday to celebrates its birthday.

Google's 4th Birthday
Google’s 4th Birthday (September 27, 2002)

Google's 5th Birthday
Google’s 5th Birthday (September 07, 2003)

Google's 6th Birthday
Google’s 6th Birthday (September 07, 2004)

Google's 7th Birthday
Google’s 7th Birthday (September 27, 2005)

Google's 8th Birthday
Google’s 8th Birthday (September 27, 2006)

Google's 9th Birthday
Google’s 9th Birthday (September 27, 2007)

Google's 10th Birthday
Google’s 10th Birthday (September 27, 2008)

Google's 11th Birthday
Google’s 11th Birthday (September 27, 2009)

Google's 12th Birthday - by Wayne Thiebaud. Image used with permission of VAGA NY
Google’s 12th Birthday (September 27, 2010)

Google's 13th Birthday
Google’s 13th Birthday (September 27, 2011)

In 2003 and 2004 Google celebrated its birthday on 7th Sep because Google’s true birthday is on 7th September, according to Matt’s blog post they celebrate on 27th Sep because

One year (in 2005) there was a lot of stuff going on Sept. 7th, so we didn’t get around to celebrating our birthday until Sept. 27th. So why do it on Sept. 27th again this year? Well, I know I forgot and didn’t even notice when Sept. 7th passed by. I mean, I had to keep my eye on the prize: Talk Like a Pirate Day on Sept. 19th.

But the actual reason is (according to SEL)

Back in 2005, Google declared that Sept. 27 was its birthday. But wait — what happened with that Sept. 7 date? Well, in 2005, Yahoo came along and freaked Google out by announcing an index that was larger than Google’s. It had been ages since anyone did that. Quite a debate ensued, and I did a long write-up about it then.

Things got resolved by Google doing some PR. They announced that for their “birthday,” they’d gotten bigger — but were also dropping the count of pages from the home page, which helped (thankfully) defuse the size wars that often meant nothing about search quality.

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