I've requested permission from Google to use the above presentation. I suspect they'll say no, since they generally don't allow use of the logo. It's a two-week wait, so in the meantime, what's an elegant (and legal) way to emphasise the word Google in the above image? (By the way, both bold sentences are one label that, when clicked, move the cursor to the text box. The red star means mandatory. The logo was created with
span tags and CSS colours grabbed from the Google logo with ColorZilla.)
According to this: https://www.google.com/permissions/trademark/rules.html I can't even use the possessive. So it seems it has to be "Google search results" not "Google's search results".
Also, should probably say "Google and Bing search results." Tried adding a Bing but there isn't one.
Update: Permission denied. "If you would like to refer to Google in plain text you are certainly free to do so."