By now, you’ve probably heard about the recent success of a Kickstarter campaign to create a balloon bird.
But it’s not the first time we’ve seen balloon animals used in an attempt to get people to see your company.
In a 2014 post, for example, Google asked users to make their voices heard by adding a balloon character to their Gmail address.
In 2014, the same company tried to enlist a balloon to make an announcement.
The balloon bird was just one of many balloons that Google and other big companies were trying to use to make news and communicate.
Here are 10 more examples of balloon animals.
A bird is in the mail: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter all tried to use balloons to advertise their services.
Google tried a similar strategy with a balloon-shaped billboard, as well as an advertisement for its services.
A balloon: Google’s “Big Bird” balloons in the news: Google balloons the news about Google products to promote them.
A Google balloon: A Google search balloon: The Google search giant has been testing balloons for months to promote its products, and a recent test of a balloon in the New York City subway revealed that it was successful.
A giant balloon: Facebook’s balloons were designed to make the news appear larger than they actually were.
In one recent experiment, Facebook used a giant balloon to advertise the new Facebook app, which is the only one that doesn’t use ads.
A big balloon: In a 2013 video that went viral, Google’s balloons, the largest ever built, were used to make a giant bird out of cardboard.
Google balloons: In 2014 and 2015, Google balloons used balloons to create the headlines of stories in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other media outlets.
Google has also tried balloons in public spaces to show people what’s going on, such as the New Year’s Eve fireworks in London.
Google ballooned the news in 2012: Google created headlines about the financial markets for news articles.
A 2014 story in The Wall Street Post reported that Google balloons financial markets with a giant cartoon balloon.
Google Ballooned the News: Google and Facebook have tried balloons to make headlines about social issues.
A 2012 experiment showed that balloons can make headlines on the cover of the New Yorker about social justice issues, and Google balloons social justice topics in the Google News app.
Google’s balloon in 2017: In May, Google launched a balloon, which it called a “BigBird,” which has been widely used to create headlines.
Google says that the balloons are being used to show the world how Google does business.
Google is trying to make balloons a mainstream part of advertising: In 2016, Google rolled out a program called “The Big Bird,” which uses balloons to send users a message to advertisers.
The program was designed to promote the company’s Google+ social network, and the company is trying balloons to help with Google+ content promotion.