Ask’s homepage posted a pair of swans in love, Yesterday’s question of the day on Ask; how many cards generally sent on Valentine’s Day (spoiler alert: about 160 million).
Chinese search engine Baidu feted the “vacation of lovers” by placing a special logo on its homepage yesterday with characters illustrated by Taiwanese artist Jimmy Liao.
On Baidu’s mobile search, there is a different image. Amor floats in the middle of Baidu’s logo, with the similar two characters moving in opposite directions. After they move off screen, the couple re-emerges on a pink screen in the middle of a heart made of roses.
Baidu also proffer what they call a “Map of Love,” Which permits users to tick special locations on a Bing map. This is slightly similar Google’s Map Your Valentine, proffered last year, which let you map a location on Google Maps, complete with heart-pattern pins, and send it as an e-card.
Bing background pictures yesterday posted pink Hemorrhage Heart Dicentra heart-shaped plants, maybe to represent the “repeated” love of Valentine’s Day.
Dogpile sign in with a nod to “Lady and the Tramp” and impetuses visitors to “keep one’s distance of the doghouse … by looking for and contrived date for the one you love.”
Yahoo has an animated logo boasting a heart-shaped box of candy, with one special piece colored with Yahoo’s "Y".
One another refreshing Valentine's logo arrives from PPC Hero. Will you be his Valentine?