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  • Google Year in Search looks at moments that unite us
  • Google Year in Search looks at moments that unite us
    Google (2019) ©
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Google Year in Search looks at moments that unite us

Google’s Year in Search video looks back on the moments that brought people together in 2019 by highlighting the year’s heroes. By creating a sense of optimism rather than division, Google is fostering togetherness at a time of conflict, in turn creating positive brand associations.

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