Happy Easter, Search Engine Watch readers!
In honour of the season – and a bit of spring-like weather finally starting to creep into the air (well, at least here in the UK…) – we have put together a light-hearted search trivia quiz to test your knowledge.
What was the name of the project launched by Sergey Brin and Larry King at Stanford, which eventually became Google? What does the name of the Chinese search engine “Baidu” translate to in English? What year did mobile web traffic finally overtake desktop traffic globally – or hasn’t it yet?
Test your knowledge of all these questions and more in the Search Engine Watch Easter quiz. And don’t forget to share your score with us in the comments or on social media!
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