Seo for images and youtube videos & Google doodle

"How to optimize images for google image search?" and "How to optimize youTube videos?" This blog focuses on how images / videos get indexed faster and how they rank better - and a bit of organic seo. Actual: Claude Shannon 100 birthday (as juggling fun)

Nice Mary Blair Google doodle

Mary Blair doodle

Mary Blair doodle

Today Google honors the american artist Mary Blair with a nice colorful doodle. It seems as little Mary draws the doodle around herself. Mary Blair gets famous a the color stylist of some Walt Disney productions as „Alice in Wonderland„, „Cinderella“ an „Peter Pan„. Her way of coloring has a deep impact on many background and graphic designer. Mary was born on October, 21, 1911 – exactlty 100 years ago, as Mary Browne Robinson in Oklahoma.  Read on »

Google Doodle 3 Comments 20. Oktober 2011

Interactive Google Doodle for Art Clokey

Art Clokey Google doodle

Art Clokey Google doodle

Today Google honors Art Clokey with a „Gumby“-Doodle on the homepage. Art Clokey was a pioneer in the stop motion clay animation. He was born on Oct. 12, 1921 – 75 years ago. His birthname was Arthur C. Farrington. When Art was nine years old, his parents divorced. He lived with his father, but he died in a car accident. His Mother – and stepfather – had no interests in him. So the 12 year old Art was adopted by Joseph W. Clokey. Read on »

Google Doodle 1 Kommentar 11. Oktober 2011

Google 13th birthday doodle

Google's 13th birthday doodle

Google's 13th birthday doodle

[Actual: „Google honors Louis Daguerre with nice doodle„] … Today Google gets 13 years old. It is a difficult age. Usually teenager becomes wild and begin to think of the sense of their live. In terms of searchengine 13 years is old. It is an really impressive way that Google has gone. Thanks to facebook and the stupid Zuckerberg-concepts Googles image has been change to the bride side of life. The search giant has launched many awesome products as googlemail, streetview or googleplus. Read on »

Google Doodle 1 Kommentar 26. September 2011

Delicious fruit-doodle for Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Fruit-Doodle

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Fruit-Doodle

Today is the 118th birthday of Albert Szent Gyorgyi. Google honors him with a delicious mouth-watering fruit-doodle. Szent-Gyorgyi was not the owner of an orange-farm but a Hungarian physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. He is credited with discovering vitamin C and the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle. This is why the doodle shows fruits especcially citrus-fruits like oranges: There is a lot of vitamin C in it :-) Read on »

Google Doodle 1 Kommentar 15. September 2011

Amazing Google doodle for Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury Doodle

Freddie Mercury Doodle

Today the Google homepage shows an amazing Musik-Video-Doodle. It honors Freddie Mercury, the lead vocalist and composer of the british band „Queen“. Freddie Mercury was not his real name. He was born as „Farrokh Bulsara“ on the island Zanzibar near the east-african coast. Since his early days he was called „Freddie“. In 1970, a short time after founding Queen, he geva himself a new surname: Mercury (after the antique god Mercurius). Read on »

Google Doodle 2 Comments 4. September 2011

Science fiction doodle for Jorge Luis Borges

Jorge Luis Borges Google Doodle

Jorge Luis Borges Google Doodle

Today Google honors the great argentinian writer and poet Jorge Luis Borges with a fantastc doodle on the Google homepage. The Doodle shows a wide architecture scenery. In the front stands an old man. The different architecture styles reminds on different regions with different languages. Jorge Luis Borges was born in an educated middle-class family on August, 24th 1899 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1914 he moved with his family to Switzerland, where he began to study languages (German, French, Latin). From his early days he used to speak english. Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 23. August 2011

New: bing-Streetside London online

Bing Streetside London

Bing Streetside London

Today bing launcht the first streetside city in Europe: London. It’s the first time that a city outside of the USA can be visited with streetside. It seems that the process is not finished yet – only the „panorama-mode“ is visible. The vew as a driving car along the road is not shown untill now. But I am sure that this is just the first step. More functions, more citys and mor pictures will follow. Bing streetside is a heavy ressource for creative car-designers as you can see in the following screenshots that I took ;-) Read on »

bing-streetside Keine Kommentare 22. August 2011

Math-Doodle for Pierre de Fermat

Pierre de Fermat Doodle

Pierre de Fermat Doodle

Today could be the brithday of Pierre de Fermat. He was a french mathematician and lawyer. Unfortunatly he was the most time lawyer. He is best known for „Fermat’s Last Theorem„, which he described in a note at the margin of a copy of Diophantus‘ Arithmetica. Pierre de Fermat made notable contributions to analytic geometry, probability, and optics. He is best known for Fermat’s Last Theorem, which he described in a note at the margin of a copy of Diophantus‘ Arithmetica. Read on »

Google Doodle 4 Comments 16. August 2011

Great interactive Google doodle for Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder Doodle

Alexander Calder Doodle

Today ist the 113th birthday of the famous amarican artist Alexander Calder. Calder was a very playful artist and a leading exponent of kinetic art. Kinetic art is art that works with moving things. He invents the artistic (outdoor) mobile. Google honors this protagonists of abstract art with an interactive doodle on the homepage. The following video gives an idea of the interaktive moving doodle: Read on »

Google Doodle 4 Comments 21. Juli 2011

Google honors Gregor Mendel with a nice pea-doodle

Gregor Mendel Doodle

Gregor Mendel Doodle

[Actual: „Google honors Louis Daguerre with nice doodle„] … Today is the 189th birthday of the great pea-counter Gregor Mendel. He was born on July 20, 1822 in in Heinzendorf bei Odrau, Austrian Silesia, Austrian Empire (now Hyncice, Czech Republic). Gregor Mendel was too poor to study philosophy so he became a monk. When he was 34 years old he began to study the pea plants. Between 1856 and 1863 Mendel cultivated and tested some 29,000 pea plants (i.e., Pisum sativum). Read on »

Google Doodle 3 Comments 19. Juli 2011

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