Dear Google, Happy Easter!

in Google SERPS

Dear Google, I know in the age of political correctness you've taken the position of non-partisan, non-religious, non-white to the point where your absence may appear to be contempt for the very people you need in order to keep your business thriving.

But skipping Easter? Really. While Bing is running an Easter Egg hunt on their search page, you're logo is depicting a virtual unknown: Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist, who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association, (wikipedia).  I have nothing against Cesar, but why today? I really can't figure that out.

You know, I love Google. My business depends on Google but not for the reason you might think. You are changing the landscape of Google products, changing maps so often it's useless for individual businesses to try to keep their MAPS accounts up to date, FORCING people to use Google+ and snubbing your nose at a day the majority of American's are celebrating - not to mention the 2nd most religious holiday in the U.S. But for right now, you do have the lion's share of the search market and for that reason, my clients want to show up in your search results...and it's my job to make that happen.

It seems to me that you've lost your way. Stick to search. And even though you don't think you're making political or religious statements, you are. Putting Cesar Chavez up on Google for Easter is akin to having com show up on page 10 of the search results for "Search Engines". 

By the way, is NOT on page one of the SERPs when you search Google for "search engines". Let me know if you need some help with that.